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The Intermission: From Standing Against Abortion to Seeking Ways to Love Thy Neighbor

By David Schrock
Fighting for life in the womb is part of a much larger goal to love thy neighbor. As we transition to our next theme, we consider the various facets of love—what is true, what is not, and what is of God.

Abortion and the Local Church in the Post-Roe Era

By Celeste Eagle
What place do Pregnancy Care Centers have in relation to the local church? And how might churches seek a renewed focus on the Great Commission in a Post-Roe era?

Abortion or Feticide: Words Matter When Life Hangs in the Balance

By Trent Hunter
Euphemisms are deadly. Especially when they speak about tiny human beings in the wombs of their mothers.

One-Issue Voting: A Red Herring, Not a Real Objection

By Stephen Wellum
Is it irresponsible to be a “single-issue” voter, when the issue reveals the most basic beliefs on human life and dignity?

Abortion, the Christian Conscience, and the Stewardship of Voting

By Aaron O'Kelley
As long as we remain pro-life in our hearts, does the choice of which politicians we entrust with power remain morally indifferent?

Living in a Post-Roe World: A Future Pro-Life Strategy

By John Avery
Now that Roe v. Wade has been overturned, what is a wise pro-life strategy? Read about four next steps that span from the local to the state to the federal level.

Upcoming Themes

In October we consider the extraordinary impact of Francis Schaeffer and we draw out the present pertinence of his Christian Manifesto. In November, we ponder the past 100 years of evangelicalism in order to better decipher and live in the present. Finally, in December we savor the incarnation of Jesus Christ, who is Lord over All.