If any one piece of legislation could be cited as the single most definitive legal decision of the 20th century, some would not hesitate to cite Roe v. Wade. It was a landmark case that ensconced a woman’s right to abortion as the law of the land. At the time, American politicians in support of… Read More Abortion and Child Sacrifice: The Similarities — Dewayne Bryant, Ph.D.
Just recently the state of Texas passed a law, Senate Bill 8,1 that would ban most abortions after six weeks. Legal scholars believe that this law could signal an overturn of Roe v. Wade since challenges to the law were not granted writ of certiorari by the Supreme Court. In the one paragraph majority ruling,… Read More Satanists and the “Sacrament” of Abortion — Johnny O. Trail
Many of the editorials published in the Carolina Messenger this year have focused on what the Bible teaches about government and its responsibilities. Any discussion about the biblical role of government cannot be complete without examining what Scripture reveals about the type of character and priorities God desires leaders in government to have. Americans have… Read More The Character And Responsibilities Of Governmental Leaders — Jon Mitchell, Editor (Editorial: September, 2020)
In the days preceding the writing of this editorial, the New York state assembly with a vote of 92-47 and the state senate with a vote of 38-24 passed a bill that permits late-term abortions to be available to women essentially on demand up to the point of birth. The paradoxically-named Reproductive Health Act, which… Read More Passing Children Through Fire: My Thoughts on Abortion — Jon Mitchell, Editor (Editorial: March/April, 2019)
Moderns in the West often take the inherent dignity and worth of human beings for granted. We assume that recognizing the value of another person is intrinsic to humanity—or believe that it should be. We are shocked and outraged by human rights violations in nations around the world and crusade for fundamental rights for every… Read More Christianity And The History Of Human Dignity — Dewayne Bryant, Ph.D.
When the representatives of thirteen original American colonies met together in the Continental Congress trying to devise a plan for a strong union of the states, Benjamin Franklin addressed George Washington, who was presiding: “I have lived, Sir, a long time and the longer I live the more convincing proof I see of this truth:… Read More Will God Always Bless America? – David R. Pharr