Pro-Life Work is Making Me Sick

We Need a Law published my most recent article: The other reality is that I’m six months pregnant. My son, Jack, seems intent to dance his way to the ninth month, whether that’s in his waking prenatal hours or in his sleep. The boy is kicking and … [Continue reading]

Busting the 3 Biggest Myths on the Government Funding of Abortions

Today I published a new blog post at The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada's ActivateCFPL blog: Over the last few weeks, public comment on the issue makes it apparent that there is still confusion surrounding the funding of abortion procedures in … [Continue reading]

Four Takeaways from the Carter v. Canada Assisted Suicide Case

Last week I wrote a short summary of the Carter v. Canada case for The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada's ActivateCFPL blog: Justice Smith’s decision was appealed to the BCCA.  In a split 2-1 majority decision, the BCCA overturned Justice Smith’s … [Continue reading]

The Joyce Arthur Defamation Suit and the Tactic of Being Vague

This morning I published the following blog post over at ActivateCFPL, The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada’s law and public policy blog: In 2009, Arthur wrote a report for the now-defunct Pro-Choice Action Network (“Pro-CAN”) entitled Exposing … [Continue reading]

A Day of Prayer and Fasting for the National Euthanasia Debate

This blog post was originally published at The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada's blog, ActivateCFPL. The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada encourages its friends, affiliates and all Canadian evangelicals to join with Christians across the country … [Continue reading]

Fighting to Keep our Elected Representatives Accountable

Yesterday I published the following blog post over at ActivateCFPL, The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada's law and public policy blog: In January 2012, the Ontario government quietly passed an amendment to the Freedom of Information and Protection … [Continue reading]

“Hoes before embryos” and pro-choice messaging tactics

Yesterday, I posted the following commentary over at ProWomanProLife. I'm rather discouraged by the state of pro-choice advocacy. I don’t understand how a movement that does include some good thinkers can produce such consistently ill-advised … [Continue reading]

Joyce Arthur Demands “Naïve Reporters” Shut Out Pro-Lifers

As I wrote yesterday over at the EFC's law and public policy blog, ActivateCFPL: Joyce Arthur, executive director of the Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada, recently blasted media outlets for being too “balanced” in their coverage of Dr. Henry … [Continue reading]

We don’t need to “re-open the abortion debate”

Because it never closed. I write about that today at EFC's law and public policy blog, ActivateCFPL: The abortion debate has never closed, died or ended. To argue otherwise is to argue that those who want to rationally discuss the issue are to be … [Continue reading]

When the Abortion Debate is Shut Down

I wrote a sidebar article for the latest issue of FaithToday, entitled 'When Debate is Shut Down in Canada's Highest Places:' I disagree. The abortion debate never ended. As a nation we have not stopped talking about it or debating the merits of … [Continue reading]