WASHINGTON (BP) – A sudden vacancy on the U.S. Supreme Court has thrust abortion even further into the spotlight for a deeply divided country facing a divisive election.
WASHINGTON (BP) – Pro-life advocates are bracing for an assault next year on a federal policy that has protected the consciences of many Americans and saved the lives of an estimated 2.4 million unborn children since 1976.
RALEIGH, N.C. (BP) – Vice President Mike Pence spoke at a “Life Wins!” pro-life event at Christ Baptist Church on Thursday (Sept. 3). The two-hour event was part of a multi-state tour organized by the Susan B. Anthony List, a pro-life advocacy group.
FROM THE COLLEGES: Pro-life advocate speaks at Union University; Enrollment grows at Ouachita Baptist University, University of Mobile
The Union University Auxiliary hosted "An Evening with Abby Johnson." Ouachita Baptist University enrollment is the highest since 2000, while the University of Mobile's is highest in five years.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (BP) --This year’s Republican National Convention was shorter than usual on official policy statements that align with Southern Baptist Convention resolutions.
WILMINGTON, Del. (BP)—Joe Biden accepted the Democratic nomination for president Thursday night (Aug. 20) in a speech that was long on appeals to hope and unity but short on declarations of his positions regarding some of the issues of most importance to Southern Baptists.
WASHINGTON (BP) -- A silver lining has appeared for pro-life advocates in the U.S. Supreme Court’s otherwise disappointing decision in June regarding the protection of women who undergo abortions.
WASHINGTON (BP)--A congressional committee vote in the middle of the night May 9 has given new hope to those urging full U.S. funding for the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), CNSNews.com reported May 14. Strongly supported by abortion rights advocates, the U.N. agency is criticized by conservatives for allegedly promoting China's policies of forced sterilization and abortion.
WASHINGTON (BP)--Two Southern Baptist leaders have joined more than 150 other pro-lifers in endorsing a call for building a "culture of life" that includes a goal of reducing by 50 percent the number of abortions in the United States by 2005.