PEI Right To Life News
PEI Right to Life would like to express its serious concern about the ‘glorification of abortion’ that is occurring at the UPEI conference, “Abortion: The Unfinished Revolution” on August 7/8. It is one thing to have a well-meaning compassion for women in dire situations during crisis pregnancies. It is quite another to glamorize a seriously invasive and deadly surgical procedure.read more
Please join over 70 churches on PEI praying this Thursday and Friday, during the pro-abortion conference “Abortion: The Unfinished Revolution” at UPEI on August 7/8. See our ads below.
For prayer intentions to be used in a public or private prayer service, feel free to print and use this PDF.read more
The catchphrase “a woman’s right to choose” has a whole universe of possible endings. So how can anyone — judge, prime minister, politician, university professor, Guardian editor, or ordinary citizen like myself – determine whether to support or oppose her choice?read more
After reading the presentation summaries found in the 46 page online program it is clear that this conference is not a typical academic conference at all: it is, in fact, a gathering of international academic abortion activists committed to further promoting the cultural and political acceptance of abortion. As I read the summaries, the presentations regard abortion exclusively as a woman’s personal right and a reproductive justice issue: the status and rights of unborn children are not mentioned. Nor is space provided for points of view other than that of those promoting and actively working to make abortions more accepted culturally, politically and medically.read more
To be ‘reductionist’ is to ‘reduce’ a complex issue to a false simplicity or to narrow one’s explanation of the issue to only one or a few of its parts. In light of this, and with all due respect, I’d like to comment on Malcolm Murray’s Letter to the Editor on July 3rd
To suggest that Darwinism is a sufficient definer of human morality is reductionist. There are three spheres of knowledge: scientific knowledge that deals with the material realm; philosophical knowledge for truths accessed by reason; and theological knowledge for that gained by faith and Revelation.read more