Thanks to years of research, we now also see how abortion often involves coercion more than “choice,” and can and does result in significant long-term consequences for women, rather than solutions. Thanks to the courageous efforts of Silent No More, Rachel’s Vineyard, and others, we also see and hear through post-abortive women and men how they have suffered mentally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually from abortion.
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Wednesday, April 03, 2013
The Culture of Life and the Culture of Death: dueling conversations
The Culture of Life and the Culture of Death: dueling conversations | NRL News Today