Dobbs v. Jackson versus Roe v. Wade

A look at the Mississippi abortion case, why it matters, and what happens if the Supreme Court overturns Roe. Don't miss this "Truths That Transform" special report.

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Pray for an end to Roe v. Wade

In December, the Supreme Court heard arguments in perhaps the greatest challenge to Roe v. Wade. Dr. Frank Wright finds it heartening that the court would take up the Mississippi case which bans abortions beyond 15 weeks. But he has some cautions and urges prayer in his "Truths That Transform" commentary.

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Abortion on Trial

As the United States Supreme Court prepares to weigh in on a case that could challenge Roe v. Wade, Dr. Jerry Newcombe looks at where Americans stand on abortion.

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Roe Steeped in Lies

This week marks the 49th anniversary of the deadly Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision. But did you know that the co-founder of the pro-abortion activist group NARAL later turned around to expose deceptive propaganda and fabricated statistics used by the strident pro-abortion movement? Hear from the former activist and abortion doctor in this "Truths That Transform" special report. And then share this video with everyone you know!

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Paid Leave for a Clump of Cells

Recently the Boston city council passed an amendment giving city employees 12 weeks of paid leave for loss of pregnancy, including abortions. Dr. Frank Wright looks at this mix of barbarity and contradiction in his "Truths That Transform" commentary.

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