Three tips for simplifying an issue that seems hopelessly complex.
We can’t let simplistic, self-focused narratives about family planning keep us from helping women.
Young adults’ views on moral issues are a long way from what some major religions preach.
We march for the unborn, but we’re also learning to see the image of God in other marginalized people.
What do you really lose when you lose a pregnancy?
Seven churches were told that abortion coverage would be required by employee health plans.
Whose beliefs should guide public policy when it comes to defining at what point personhood begins?
The numbers don’t lie: Opposing the Affordable Care Act will lead to an increase in the number of abortions.
The Vatican confronts a shifting landscape on family issues.
In the showdown over Obamacare, the core legal question is whether a private company has religious rights.
Your faith can cost you a lot. Under the healthcare law, will it cost you your business?
The fight over contraception in Obamacare remains a fight over when life begins.
Is evangelical unease about contraception just a cover for white male leaders to keep women out of pulpits?
The 2014 “health basket” of medical services and medications approved by Israel’s cabinet will cover some 6,300 abortions.
The Catholic bishops of the United States are attempting to make their own conflation of two polar opposite issues, abortion and homosexuality, a permanent feature of American Catholic prayer life.
The Founding Fathers found a common ground in prayer that should still guide us today.
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