"The Book of Genesis says, “Whoever sheds man’s blood, by man his blood shall be shed; for in the image of God He made man.” (Genesis 9:6). We can’t “murder” a sheep or a cow. They’re just beasts. The word “murder” is reserved for human beings because we are made in the image of God, and He greatly values human life. We are precious in His sight. If we take the life of a human being, the Bible says that we should pay for it with our life. It’s that serious in His eyes. So the taking of the life of an unborn child is murder, and for that we should all be more than concerned. We should be horrified.
There are two ways you can fight the holocaust of abortion. The first is by watching 180 Movie. You will see people get another perspective on abortion, and more than often those who watch it do a complete 180 themselves and become pro-life. So, watch it. Absorb it. Then please pass it on.
The second way to fight this evil is to learn how to present the principles used in 180 to change people’s minds--not only about abortion, but about the gospel. I produced the “180 Course” for that very purpose (with contributions by Kay Arthur and Randy Alcorn). Now, anyone can learn these amazing life-saving principles through the course. It doesn’t take any great skill or superior intelligence. All it takes is a loving heart and a little study. You can find details about the course (and much more) at the Heart Changer website." ~Ray Comfort
(Please note that although the video below provides excellent insight to the necessity of standing up for the helpless being killed in abortion as taught plainly in God’s Word, this site does not necessarily support every teaching found on this resource, especially those dealing with the promotion of Calvinistic doctrines, i.e. T.U.L.I.P. and Replacement Theology.)
Why Every Pro-Choice Argument Fails
by Mike Winger (The Bible Thinker)
By Living Waters
Babies Are Murdered Here
by Crown Rights Media
Pro-Life Training: The Case Against Abortion...
By Mike Winger (The Bible Thinker)
Other Abortion Resources