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Asian Americans: Embracing the Unwanted
Chinese American Christians are starting to become more openly prolife
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Prolife as Mafia?
Supreme Court to decide if racketeering laws apply to anti-abortion activities
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Souls on Ice
The costs of in vitro fertilization are moral and spiritual—not just financial
Subscriber Access Only Life with Dignity
Let's not be too eager to pull the plug on our fellow image-bearers.
Subscriber Access Only Are People The Problem?, Part 1—The Bet
(Some population experts predict apocalyptic scenarios. Others argue that human ingenuity can meet the challenge. Deciding who is right has as much to do with faith as with facts.
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Questions for Both Sides
Terri Schiavo prompted a national debate, but there's still much unresolved.
Subscriber Access Only Trivializing the Transcendent
What can science really tell us about faith?
Subscriber Access Only Bygone Protests
Operation Rescue transforms clinic.
Subscriber Access Only The Prospects for 2006
Deeper into the (Christian?) biotech century.
Subscriber Access Only Morning-After Headache
FDA approval for Plan B does not quell criticism.
Subscriber Access Only Catholic Bishops Warn Obama Against Expanded Abortion Rights
Freedom of Choice Act would coerce Americans and limit freedoms, they warn.
Subscriber Access Only After George Tiller's Death
Pro-life advocates wonder whether doctor's murder will reshape debate.
Subscriber Access Only The Baucus Ruckus
This week the debate over health care reform moved from broad platitudes to specifics on abortion funding and abstinence education.
Subscriber Access Only Ugandan Bishop Pleads With American Christians on Anti-Homosexuality Bill
David Zac Niringiye, the Church of Uganda's assistant bishop of Kampala, says that American Christians should cultivate relationships before condemning the proposed legislation.
Subscriber Access Only Considering 'Curing' Down Syndrome with Caution
Why we shouldn't be too quick to think disabilities need correcting.
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