Regulative Assaults on Pro-Life Resource Centers, Engaging as Christians on Social Media, and Re-definition of Infertility
As pro-life resource centers undergo not only physical assaults but regulative ones, John and Maria discuss how we can support them.
John StonestreetMaria Baer
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Our Bodies Tell God’s Story by Christopher West
Segment 1- How do We Engage with “Enemies”?
“In politics, as well as in life, there is a fine line between speaking with courage, hoping to lead the people you love, and speaking with contempt, holding in derision the people you now find exasperating.”
Segment 2- NY Judge Recognizes “Polyamory,” Gay Couple Sues for Surrogacy coverage
“However, what was ‘normal’ or ‘nontraditional’ in 1989 is not a barometer for what is normal or nontraditional now,” Bacdayan wrote. “Indeed, the definition of ‘family’ has morphed considerably since 1989.”
“We define infertility as not just a condition or a disease but also a status that defines our inability to procreate with our partner.” It doesn’t matter if you have healthy sperm, eggs and wombs; if you can’t make a baby with your chosen partner, you are infertile, by this definition.”
Segment 3- Targeting Pro-Life Advocates and PRCs
The Department of Justice Press Release
“Meanwhile, the federal Department of Justice refuses to investigate actual attacks against pro-life groups and crisis pregnancy centers across the country. One group which has been tracking these attacks, which include rocks thrown through windows, firebombs, and spray-painted threats has tallied 72 acts of vandalism and destruction since a draft of the Dobbs decision was leaked last May. ”
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