Michele Shoun posted on July 28, 2020
Planned Parenthood tries very hard to escape its past and present
Michele Shoun posted on February 07, 2019
Infanticide is old news. Very, very old news.
Michele Shoun posted on January 10, 2019
The case involving 2 women and their babies has at least 5 parallels with our current abortion problem.
posted on December 07, 2017
How has abortion affected local churches? Drilling down into the statistics reveals something interesting. And troubling.
Michele Shoun posted on March 08, 2017
While we acknowledge the biblical pro-life ethic has many applications, Life Matters chooses to focus on abortion and euthanasia because these attacks on the sanctity of human life are so highly orchestrated.
Michele Shoun posted on January 10, 2017
How did Christianity spread like wildfire in the first century when it was "on the wrong side of history"? Tim Keller offers an encouraging explanation.
Michele Shoun posted on June 10, 2016
Once upon a time not that long ago “everyone” knew with scientific certainty that human life began at conception. A mere three years after this editorial was written, “semantic gymnastics” made abortion-on-demand the law of the land. Would that pro-death people today could be as honest and forthright about their tactics.
Michele Shoun posted on June 02, 2016
It's obvious that human beings should treat animals well, but when it comes to animal life versus human life, we must favor God's creatures who are made in His image. Passages such as Genesis 9:2-6 and Exodus 21:28-36 are instructive. Indeed, human beings are "exceptional."
Michele Shoun posted on March 08, 2016
She had been taken from her home and they had not allowed her to return. She'd probably seen members of her family killed, or also taken captive. This nameless servant girl probably had no hope of ever returning to Israel. But like Joseph, she maintained her faith in God and adherence to His ways.
posted on July 24, 2014
The account of the man born blind in John 9 is indicative of attitudes toward people with disabilities in Jesus’ day.