What to Do About Planned Parenthood

Russell Moore on the latest abortion debate and the way forward. Read More

The Surprising Ways Other Countries Think About Abortion

When it comes to protecting abortion rights, America is an outlier. Read More

The Roots of Christianity’s Pro-Life Stand

How Christian concern transcends political chatter. Read More

Pope Francis’ Other Pro-Life Campaign

The Pope's idea of being pro-life includes a lot more than just protecting the unborn. Read More

The pro-life movement is getting more racially diverse, more secular and more educated. According to new research from the Public Religion Research Institute, anti-abortion advocates from the ages of 18-29 look significantly different from their senior counterparts. For their research, the institute compared several demographic factors from the Millennial group with pro-lifers over the age of 65. Read More

Lawmakers in the Belgium Parliament have voted to adopt a bill that would make child euthanasia legal in the country. Since it has already passed a Senate, if it is signed by the King, the children’s “right to die” measure will become law. According to the new policy, under certain circumstances, terminally ill children would be allowed to request that doctors intentionally end their lives. Even though the measure received overwhelming support from legislators (it passed on am 86 to 44 vote, with 12 abstentions), critics, including pediatricians, say it is misguided and dangerous. In an open letter, a group of 175 children’s doctors wrote that the law "responds to no real demand", and young patients never asked to be euthanized. In addition to putting even more pressure on parents during a stressful time (parental approval would be needed in euthanasia cases for minors), they also argued that many children don’t have the capacity to fully grasp death. In 2002, the Netherlands passed a similar measure. Since then, five terminally ill children have been killed by doctors ... Discuss