Oppose Abortion Exceptions Because...

American Right To Life urges you to oppose every politician and law that permits "exceptions" to God's enduring command, Do not murder. Just like regulations do, exceptions backfire for many practical and moral reasons.

Burning Buildings and Half a Loaf

Half a loaf's not always better than noneThe pro-life industry has used many clichés trying to justify the compromised strategy of regulations and exceptions. Various national "ministries" use these clichés to actually oppose advocacy of personhood and the right to life of the unborn. One of the clichés is that half a loaf is better than none. Of course, that's true unless that loaf is putrid and moldy. Check out this list of invalid clichés...

Abortion and the Death Penalty

The Historic and Biblical Relationships
between Capital Punishment and Abortion

Countries that prohibit the execution of murderers typically then permit the killing of unborn children. Nations encapsulate the actions of millions of people. As for individuals, for an example consider Republican Justice Harry Blackmun who wrote the U.S. Supreme Court's pro-abortion Roe v. Wade opinion. After years of his desire and efforts to minimize the imposition of the death penalty for murderers, eventually Blackmun strongly advocated total abolition of capital punishment. Thus he opposed killing the guilty who were convicted while intensely supporting the killing of the innocent unborn child. Are these coincidences or is there a correlation? Consider the lessons below from modern history and from the teachings of Scripture including passages like Ezekiel 13:19, Proverbs 17:15, and Hebrews 10:28-29.