After I spoke at a public high school on the pro-life position, the pro-choice instructor took me to the faculty lounge for lunch. He pointed to a table where four teachers were smoking and said, “Fortunately, this is the last week smoking will be allowed in here. We’ve finally gotten the district to make the teachers’ lounge nonsmoking.”

Good-naturedly I said, “I see you’re not really pro-choice.”

With a surprised look, he explained, “But cigarette smoke hurts other people.”

Many who are pro-choice on abortion support laws requiring seatbelts. They are “anti-choice” about seatbelts because seatbelts save lives. When lives are at stake, “freedom to choose” can and is legitimately restricted by society. —Barry Sanford 

“For You formed my inward parts; You covered me in my mother’s womb.”  Psalm 139:13


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