OD Today: 22 January 2009 (late edition)

January 22, 2009

Lots of abortion-related links today because today is the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court decision that made abortion a federal issue (and legal with restrictions in all fifty states).

  1. La Shawn Barber name-checks Blogs4Life.
  2. Russell Moore offers a sermon on why the unborn still matter.
  3. Joe Carter offers an open letter to fetal humans.
  4. Frank Turk links to a video where a young man argues that it’s better for babies to be aborted than to be born poor.
  5. Defending Contending offers a retrospective of its own posts devoted to abortion.
  6. Ingrid Schlueter offers comments and a picture of an aborted fetus.
  7. Ralph Petersen compares abortions to body counts from various wars.
  8. Bob Hayton offers a video devoted to a live baby.
  9. La Shawn Barber offers an opinion piece from 2003.
  10. John Ensor guests at Tim Challies, thinks about making abortion unthinkable.
  11. Justin Taylor offers two posts: one on abortion and the early Church, the other a collection of links. Some overlap with those above; sorry.

And just a couple of items unrelated to abortion:

I may have buried the lead. Sorry.

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One Response to “OD Today: 22 January 2009 (late edition)”

  1. Aaron Says:

    Just to clarify, the new policy at MC steers repeat complainers to the audio venue, while normal substantive comments about historical, theological, scriptural issues, etc., continue to be submitted textually.

    Keep up the blogging. Grace and peace,

    Aaron


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