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Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Pro-life blog buzz 9-3-13

from Jill

by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli

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Clinic Quotes pulls a quote from the wayback machine (1976) showing the mindset of the people who make their living performing abortions. A director of nursing from an abortion facility is quoted:
"In some ways it is very boring, these abortions — the same thing day after day. In fact the nurses are excited about complications because it’s something different."

Abolitionist Society has a new poster in response to President Obama’s voiced concern that the Syrian government is murdering its own people with chemical weapons (pictured left).

The Guiding Star Project discusses NaPro Technology as a better, more ethical treatment for infertility, as compared to IVF:
Many couples are completely unaware of a fast-growing technology for achieving pregnancy called NaPro Technology. This innovative technology is an approach to fertility that adheres to the guidelines provided by a woman’s natural cycles. The Creighton Model of fertility care is the foundation for this approach, monitoring the bio-markers which showcase hormonal changes in a woman’s cycle.

Coupled with natural supplements, and sometimes laparoscopic surgery, NaPro Technology has a very high success rate when used to achieve pregnancy. Because NaPro is a fertility-care based approach and not just a fertility-control approach, many women who achieve pregnancy through this method may find it to be less stressful, more inclusive and a better option overall in catering to the needs of their entire person – mind, body and soul.
Josh Brahm was interviewed by his “new favorite Christian organization Soulation… about how pro-lifers can love pro-choice people better while discussing an emotional issue like abortion”

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