History of Abortion

This abortion history timeline thoroughly explores the history of abortion, mostly in the United States.  It marks important times and events, as well as the arguments used by pro-choice abortionists and their pro-life opponents.  Some of the arguments are heated,...

Trinitarian Faith

Mark A. McNeil AUTHOR’S NOTE:  The following article is intended to express some basic ideas that are involved in understanding Scripture, especially pertaining to the Trinity.  Although some space is spent on methodology and interpretive questions, I feel that...

Pro-Life Physician Horatio Storer

Your Ancestors and You Frederick N. Dyer, Ph.D. Although largely forgotten today, Dr. Horatio Robinson Storer (1830-1922) was one of the most influential figures of the 19th century.  He made large contributions to gynecology and abdominal surgery and substantial...

The Need for a Moral Code

A speech by Lee Bohannon Sometimes I hear people talking about the Roman Catholic Church.  Sometimes they say good things, but more often, especially if non-Catholics are speaking, I hear criticisms, One of the more prevalent criticisms involves the Church’s...

Wager on the Existence of God

WHY, Part II A speech by Lee Bohannon The title of my talk is “Why, Part II,” in acknowledgement of a speech with a similar title given by one of our talented, illustrious members.  In that speech, the topic concerned games of chance, and the popularity of...

Planned Parenthood: Abortion, Race, Animals, & Pain

Turkeys matter, but children are a choice First published at WorldNetDaily on November 29, 2005 by Mychal Massie Mention that between 1882 and 1968, 3,446 blacks were lynched in the United States and the loud sucking noise you hear would be Jesse Jackson, Kweise...