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imageThis Saturday will mark the 38th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision making abortion legal in the United States.  Since this is also Sanctity of Life week I wanted to dust off a series that I did back in 2008 at Caffeinated Thoughts that I think is pretty timeless and many of you likely haven’t read.

In this series of posts I would like to explore a biblical framework for the pro-life movement as, I believe, there is some confusion among Christians today.  I would also like to look at common pro-choice questions/arguments that are made.  As an introduction I also wanted to include a sermon I preached on this subject for Sanctity of Life Sunday back in 2009 at Grace Evangelical Free Church in Indianola.

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