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William Wilberforce: The Impossibility of Moral and Religious Pluralism “Is it not the great end of religion, and, in particular, the glory of Christianity, to extinguish the malignant passions; to curb the violence, to control the appetites, and to smooth the asperities of man; to make us compassionate and kind, and forgiving one to another; to make us good… Whitney Dotson 04/23/12 0
Making (Artificial) Babies Artificial sperm and eggs have been reproduced. I say “reproduced” because creation requires making something from nothing; scientists only use the materials God alone created from nothing. Upon discovering this news, I couldn’t help but consider the absurdity of this event. Not only do I consider it immoral, but also… Whitney Dotson 04/21/12 0
Making (Artificial) Babies Artificial sperm and eggs have been reproduced. I say “reproduced” because creation requires making something from nothing; scientists only use the materials God alone created from nothing. Upon discovering this news, I couldn’t help but consider the absurdity of this event. Not only do I consider it immoral, but also… Whitney Dotson 04/21/12 0
Equal, Natural Rights: Constitutional Qualifications * A contention for the Constitutionally legitimate right to LIFE and biblical marriage in brief contrast to the maligned insistence that same-sex “marriage” and other forms of perverted sexuality are also natural, equal rights. An actuality that most people are increasingly (and, often willfully) ignorant of today is the fact… Whitney Dotson 04/20/12 0
Why a Parental Rights Amendment? With years of experience and a prolific knowledge of law, constitutional lawyer Michael Farris well knew what he was doing when he defined the liberty of parenthood as a “fundamental,” rather than an “absolute” freedom in his Parental Rights Amendment. This means simply that the right to parenthood in any… Whitney Dotson 09/02/10 0
City Council Bill Threatens Maryland Pro-Life Advocacy “Misleading” is the description City Council President Stephanie Rawlings-Blake recently used to slur the conduct of certain Baltimore Pregnancy Resource Centers. Presented before committees in October 2009 under the legal title Bill 09-0406, the proposed document will signify certain requirements and alterations for pro-life resources. Upon ratification in meeting the… Whitney Dotson 01/04/10 0
Life through Stephanie Keene’s Eyes Apart from the hope of Christ’s atonement, the greatest consolation of humankind exists in the most basic of biblical doctrines: the personhood of man. In a society where the perception of individual value resonates from Hitler’s utopian search for “the fittest”—-where billionaire henchmen gather to propagate their cause of heavily… Whitney Dotson 07/18/09 0
Ronald Reagan: A Man Who Counted Loss for Gain A Man Who Counted Loss to Gain: Ronald Reagan “Yet indeed I also count all things loss for the excellence of the knowledge of Christ Jesus my Lord, for whom I have suffered the loss of all things, and count them as rubbish, that I may gain Christ.” Philippians 3:8… Whitney Dotson 05/22/09 0
Constitutional Case for Life and Liberty The Roe vs. Wade case posed perhaps the most controversial handling of Constitutional material in history. The argument defended—-the national legalization of abortion—-stirred claim to liberties stated within the Fourteenth Amendment, ratified over a century earlier. The premise for this preference of action was established upon the Article’s general references… Whitney Dotson 04/29/09 0
Remember the Efforts of Ron Paul “Before I formed you in the womb I knew you…” Jeremiah 1:5 Constitutionalist, libertarian, and foe of abortion; each of these terms has accurately described the character of former presidential candidate, Ron Paul. A persistent representative of life, the former obstetrician faithfully clung to his convictions prior to campaigning for… Whitney Dotson 04/29/09 0
Christ Otto, an Ordinary Man Reaping Results through an Extraordinary God After more than twenty years of supporting the pro-life cause, Christ Otto inspired the nation with a simple vision. In the midst of communing with God in prayer one morning, Christ’s mind turned to the defense of the unborn. Shortly following this divine urging, he issued over one hundred e-mails… Whitney Dotson 02/28/09 0
Parents or Politicians? The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child is, after a seemingly silent period, emerging into public notice once again. Established two decades ago as an ambitious charter with the stated purpose of ensuring children’s rights around the globe, nearly every government throughout the world has embraced its terms—-that… Whitney Dotson 02/18/09 0