Tag Archives: life

defending life

interesting chart and presentation from the guys at Stand to Reason blog. and a presentation regarding the chart ht to vitamin z

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a meditation on life

take some time to read this beautiful essay about love, divorce, life, death and suffering etc. Here is how it begins: It was a quiet room in a hospice, the only sounds the muffled pumping of oxygen, and the softer … Continue reading

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a change of heart

interesting story of the conversion of a planned parenthood center director from providing abortions to pro-life. Probably everybody has seen this already, but just in case you haven’t, here it is. hat tip to just about everybody that I normally … Continue reading

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powerful stuff

Timmy Brister posted this video “Choosing Thomas” and like he says it is worth the next ten minutes of your time. somewhat related, Randy Alcorn talks here about the absolute necessity for Christians to have a well developed theology of … Continue reading

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ouch

Shaun Groves makes a diagram of his life that applies to yours too. then he says: On your first day on the other side of the grave, do you think you’ll look back on this life and be flooded with … Continue reading

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John 10

I have been spending some time in the Gospel of John lately. It is amazing how reading familiar words can have a new impact on you when you are reading them again. Just look for a minute at some phrases … Continue reading

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legislating morality

Kevin DeYoung has a post up on his blog about why he believes it is not only permissible but necessary to legislate morality in the case of abortion. First he makes the point that I was making to Jesurgislac in … Continue reading

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discussion

I don’t how many of you have noticed the discussion that has been going on in comments to this post, but I encourage everyone to take some time and go check it out. I have a some questions though for … Continue reading

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imagine the potential

a new advertisement by catholicvote.org hat tip to my lovely wife and her friend Robin

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A friend of mine has passed away

While we were in Colorado this weekend, I received several emailed emergency prayer requests and eventually the awful news that a friend of mine had passed away Monday. Jim McMurtry was in good health and celebrating Christmas with his family … Continue reading

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life

here is a very vivid and poignant reminder that every day we have is a special gift from God. Thank you Elliot. wow. hat tip to the Vision Navigator.

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Al Mohler on the babies

here is Al Mohler’s take on the babies. Go read all of it. I can understand the fatigue and the sense of frustration. On the other hand, we have witnessed a growing respect for life as ultrasound technologies have opened … Continue reading

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meditations on life

Todd Hiestand is meditating on life as a big room gradually illuminated by a series of light bulbs. It is well worth a read. Here is a bit from the middle: As the lights continue to illuminate the room, both … Continue reading

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two stories

Two stories from the campaign trail. One of them involves Baby A and the other involves Chloe. Chloe’s dad Kurt called in to the Rush Limbaugh show and told Rush the story. He then sent Rush pictures. The whole thing … Continue reading

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Great Story

Hat tip to Michael, who asks “how pro-life are you?” This is a beautiful story about a girl who made a choice. Take some time to read it today and think about it. One very disappointing bit was this: Her … Continue reading

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Life is too short to be bored

Yesterday morning driving to work, I heard the perfect crystallization of our youth oriented, materialistic, busy society. On our local BobFM station in the course of a promotional advertisement the announcer said that we should listen to BobFM “because life … Continue reading

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