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The Human Life Review

We cannot predict the future. However, we can and should acknowledge that abortion may well be the one issue in which future generations say to themselves, “How could those barbarians ever have defended such a thing?”

by M. J. Joachim

According to their website, “The Human Life Review, a quarterly journal now in its 30th year ofpublication, focuses on abortion while also featuring articles on a variety of other life issues.” Publishing work by many noteworthy authors, public figures and various other educated pro-life advocates, this journal and website provide a vast amount of credible information, which readily addresses discussions surrounding life debates.

The pendulum swings (often without rhyme or reason) in the pro-life arena. Christopher Bell’s article titled, “What’s a Pro-lifer to do?” analyzes recent news reports of large corporations being “bullied” into submission to remain politically correct and compliant with pro-choice constituents.

United States Senator Marco Rubio presents a thorough and very knowledgeable speech titled, “Why abortion is bad for America.”

By sharing this publication, it is my intention to provide a resource for anyone who aligns themselves with the pro-life movement. How you exercise your pro-life voice is up to you, and it is my hope that you never give up your voice in this regard. I’m including a 3 part series of Youtube videos where Senator Marco Rubio defends life and discusses why this is the big cause for America today. Much like slavery, women’s rights, war crimes and other dominant issues of their time, only more so, life issues of today reflect on society for all generations. We cannot predict the future. However, we can and should acknowledge that abortion may well be the one issue in which future generations say to themselves, “How could those barbarians ever have defended such a thing?”





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