How to be “pro-life”Protecting vulnerable livesThe lost and found phone The look in their eyes

How to be “pro-life”

An unexpected pregnancy, the abortion of a grandchild, a gynecologist’s change of mindset  

Protecting vulnerable lives

An interview with theologian Dana Dillon about a consistent life ethic

The lost and found phone

A powerful experience of collective prayer

The look in their eyes

Despite marching in Alabama for civil rights in the ‘60s, the author still had to dig deeper to rip out the racism within

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All monotheistic religions consider life sacred. The Quran affirms, “And do not kill the soul which Allah has forbidden to be killed except in the course of justice” [al-An‘âm (6): 151]. And scripture says about the Prophet Jeremiah, “Before I formed you in the womb, I knew you” (Jer 1:5). Yet how can we live and promote this faith message of the sacredness of human life amid a secular society that believes otherwise? How can we build a world where abortion becomes unnecessary?

An interview with theologian Dana Dillon about a consistent life ethic

Marching in 1960s Alabama for civil rights burned some images in my soul. But I still had to dig deeper to rip out the racism within

A powerful experience of collective prayer