I sit in a coffee shop, across the table from Nathan, who has courageously offered to tell me — and in turn all of you — his story. In the middle of our conversation, I pause. “Nathan,” I ask, “why would you say addiction is a pro-life issue?” He looks at me and is silent, [...]
ThenIf you had asked me seven years ago if I was pro-life, I would have automatically said, “Personally, yes, but politically, I’m pro-choice.” I took the comfortable position, the position that didn’t impose my beliefs on anyone else. I was able to take this stance because I knew nothing about abortion statistics, and because I [...]
Thus, being pro-life naturally means taking a stand against these practices. We are against these issues because we are for something bigger, we believe that every single life—not just some lives—are worth protecting, that every human, because they were made in the image and likeness of God, has dignity, and should be treated accordingly.