Author Archive: Sarah Terzo

Abortion doctor testifies to Senate – "The difference was whether the baby was wanted or unwanted"

Abortion doctor testifies to Senate – "The difference was whether the baby was wanted or unwanted"

Doctor to U.S. Senate – "The only time I experienced any qualms about what I was doing was when I had my neonatal care rotation and I realized that I was trying to save babies in the NICU that were the same age as babies I was aborting, but I rationalized it, and was able to push the feelings to the back of my mind."

 
 

Abortionists deny the humanity of the preborn

Abortionists deny the humanity of the preborn

Since the pro-life movement is usually the one accused of always using religious arguments, it seems surprising that some abortionists use such a religious, even metaphysical argument when faced with a pro-lifer’s questions.

 
 

On Being a Pro-life Atheist

On Being a Pro-life Atheist

By Sarah Terzo – In focusing on religious opposition to abortion, the pro-life movement has cemented into popular culture the generalization that being pro-life is the Christian thing to be. And being pro-choice is the nonreligious thing to be. So many atheists have never considered the pro-life position because they see it as a facet of Christian dogma. They wouldn't consider going to a pro-life rally or reading a pro-life book in the way they wouldn't consider going to church or giving their money to Pat Robertson. It simply isn't for them.

 
 

Fewer children aborted, more children in need: how pro-lifers should respond

Fewer children aborted, more children in need: how pro-lifers should respond

By Sarah Terzo – This is where Texas pro-lifers need to step up to the plate. There are women who will be having their babies who are no longer able to abort. This is a good thing. But we as pro-lifers need to be there for these women and children.