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Abortion

Two Abortion Questions

by Bryant Evans on December 21, 2017

The abortion debate polarizes culture. It is a sharp litmus test for many. Abortion is the banner issue of women’s right’s groups and feminist causes. The debate is loud but generally a useless exchange. There are a few very basic questions that should govern our discussion. When Does Life Begin? Is there an objective, testable […]

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Church and Government

by Bryant Evans on February 1, 2015

It’s time to talk about the church and government. It seems we are confusing the two. As a result, many Christians are wringing their hands over a federal judge who decided to mandate same-sex marriage in Alabama. There are some facts we should keep in mind. The Church and Government Are Not the Same While […]

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The Error of Abortion

by Bryant Evans on July 6, 2013

Texas has become ground zero for the abortion fight. Governor Rick Perry and the legislature there are poised to force abortion doctors to a higher standard of care than any other state. The upshot will likely be the closing of most of the abortion shops still open in in Texas. The Texas debate has reignited […]

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Abortion

by Bryant Evans on July 6, 2013

This page contains a listing of various posts we have written on the subject of abortion. As a disclaimer, I am adopted. Had pro-abortion laws been available in 1961 I might not have been here to post these articles. Please comment here or on the individual pages. Praying for Abortion – Planned Parenthood and Prayer Obama […]

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Should We Change?

by Bryant Evans on November 11, 2012

People vote for a candidate for one or many possible reasons. One very large set of issues are those that deal with social issues or moral issues. Things like abortion, gambling, gay marriage and work ethic issues define many American voters. For many years, politicos have been telling us that these issues are unimportant to […]

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