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Church and the Pro-Life Family

Church and the Pro-Life Family

The data suggests the Church plays a central role. A 31-year study published recently in the Journal of Marriage and Family found that eighteen-year-olds who attended religious services more frequently tended to be less supportive of premarital sex, cohabitation, abortion and divorce, and more supportive of marriage and traditional gender roles than peers who attended religious services less frequently. Trevin Wax writes: You can tell how pro-life, pro-family, and pro-child our churches really...

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The Pro-Life Issue in Early Christianity

The Pro-Life Issue in Early Christianity

I posted this on Facebook the other day and had some interesting dialogue. I’m sharing it here both for shared insights and comments you may have. At the least, it is clear that even early Christians had strong convictions about the unborn and people (at all stages of life) being created in God’s image. Enjoy! From the ESV Study Bible: Extrabiblical Jewish Literature The noncanonical Jewish wisdom literature further clarifies first-century Judaism’s view of abortion. For...

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