We need truth in order to live. Although sufficiently available to us, truth has become elusive for many people. So how is it that we need truth but not seem to find it? The answer lies in our rejection of the underlying order of the universe, which we speak of as law. For us to recognize law is to recognize truth. It is law that causes the earth to revolve around the sun and men to bleed when cut. It is also law that speaks from our inmost depths, commanding the love of God and neighbor, the honor of parents and the protection of our children from harm, to the cost of our lives.
The articles on this page touch on various topics. In one way or another, however, they all deal with the moral law, particularly with regard to the protection of innocent human life. It is our hope that these writings will assist those in the trenches who are fighting the "good fight," as well the many who are confused about truth and law and have lost their way.
An essay written by Larry Bohannon. This essay briefly explains the realities of abortion, and is written for college students and young adults.
in Our Time
An essay on abortion by Larry Bohannon. This essay answers the questions: why has the tragedy of abortion happened in our time and what can we do to stop it.
Speech on the National Sanctity of Human Life day
A speech by Larry Bohannon presented to Garden Oaks Baptist Church in Houston Texas for the 2003 National Sanctity of Human Life day.
Benjamin Shapiro on the irony of the pro-choice movement's claim for "safe, legal and rare" abortion.
Mychal Massie on the reality of abortion contrasted to the silence of black leadership on the subject.
An essay by Vox Day, a columnist for World Net Daily, on dehumanization in some feminist's response to the Laci Peterson murder case.
In this essay, Msgr. Brunner thinks the current debate about Terri Schiavo misses the heart of the issue, namely, the difference between letting someone die and making someone die.
President Bush's speech before he passed the Partial Birth Abortion Ban of 2003. This is a similar bill to that which Bill Clinton vetoed in 1996.
An excerpt of a speech by Dr. James Dobson. This speech is a call to Christians to stand up for what is right, and to stand until the job is done.
serious look by Mark McNeil at personhood and abortion.
Other essays by Mark McNeil
A short speech by Lee Bohannon that explores the necessity for a moral code.
A speech by Lee Bohannon. This speech looks at truth and how we can obtain it.
Another speech by Lee Bohannon. He examines why we like games of chance, and offers a wager that can change your life.'
An essay by Archbishop Elden Francis Curtiss, Archdiocese of Omaha. In his essay, Archbishop Curtiss discusses abortion as discrimination against the pre-born and partially born. He reminds the faithful that abortion is a serious sin and must not be tolerated in the political parties.
A policy study in which Brian D. Parks uncovers the horrid practices of America's most active late-term abortionist, George Tiller.
Essay written by Jon Dougherty, columnist for World Net Daily; this article is his response to the Bush administration's action in declaring the unborn, unborn children, instead of fetus'.
In this essay, Rebecca Hagelin, Vice President and columnist for World Net Daily, clearly states why we should not remain neural with abortion.
Rebecca Hagelin, in this essay, eloquently finds irony in the modern use of the word freedom.
Essay by Rebecca Hagelin, in which she describes the actions of Joseph and how the modern feminists prevent similar actions today.
Essay by J.C. Willke. In this essay, he cuts to the core of the embryonic stem cell debate.
Essay by Samuel Gregg. This essay explores the relationship between government and natural law.
Essay by John Mallon. In this essay, he examines the misuse of tenderness and compassion to justify abortion.
An account by John Mallon of the Funeral of Cardinal John O'Connor.
Essay by Paul Greenberg, Pulitzer-prize winning syndicated columnist and the editorial page editor of the Arkansas Democrat Gazette. In this essay, he analyzes reaction to the Unborn Victims Act and explains how language can depersonalize abortion and make it seem 'moral'.
A speech by Congressman Henry Hyde, September 19, 1996. In his speech, he pleads for fellow congressmen to override president Clinton's veto of the partial birth abortion ban.
An essay by Fr. Frank A. Pavone, National Director of Priest for Life. This essay explores the effect of abortion on women. Rather than guaranteeing women's rights, abortion exploits women and degrades them.
An essay by Bonnie Chernin Rogoff, Founder, Jews for Life.
An address to the Catholic Press Association by Dr. Wanda Franz, the President of National Right to Life.