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  • On Children, China, America, and Abortion

    by Rob Schwarzwalder

    November 13, 2015: The news that China has now decided to relax its "one-child" policy and "allow" women to have two children should be greeted with mixed emotions. The costs of the past nearly four decades of forced abortion are too painful to consider, and the continued brutality against women who become pregnant with a second and, now, a third child is an all too present reality.

  • China's Policy Should Be 'All Children,' Not One or Two

    by Rob Schwarzwalder

    November 01, 2015: The sheer horror of China's policy of forced abortion on women who become pregnant with a second child is tortuous. The number of unborn Chinese children - overwhelmingly girls - who have been aborted is staggering. The brutality of the means by which countless Chinese women are subject to abortion surgery is sub-human.

  • Evangelicals in the Public Square: Straw-Men Need Not Apply

    by Rob Schwarzwalder

    October 31, 2015: There is much to commend in Mike Gerson and Pete Wehner's Christianity Today article on Christian flourishing "in a same-sex world." Indeed, as they contend, "this moment can turn out to be not a calamity but a greater and grander stage for the true, enduring, and life-giving message of the gospel."

  • 3 Encouraging Stories of Adoption

    by Rob Schwarzwalder

    October 06, 2015: In the midst of the distressing stories of Planned Parenthood's heartless abortion industry and the gruesomeness inherent in destroying a child within the womb, compassionate and committed people in our country and in many other places in the world are putting their lives and incomes on the line in adopting children who desperately need families and homes. Read more at

  • Religious Liberty, the Founders, and Us

    by Rob Schwarzwalder

    September 22, 2015: When Blaine Adamson, owner of Hands On Originals printing company in Lexington, Kentucky, declined to print tee shirts for the Lexington Gay Pride Festival, the city's Gay and Lesbian Services Organization filed a complaint. That was in March 2012. Here's what happened next: "In October 2014, after 24 months of back-and-forth, Lexington's Human Rights Commission issued its ruling, finding the business guilty of breaking the town's 'fairness' ordinance and ordered re-education known as 'diversity training' as punishment."

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