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KRLA Bulletin

KRLA.ORG | 134 BRECKINRIDGE LANE, LOUISVILLE, KY 40207 | 502-895-5959 | MAY 15, 2015


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The slippery slope that began with legal abortion has continued to range downward and to broaden— with infanticide, physician-assisted suicide, euthanasia, embryonic stem cell research and in vitro fertilization (IVF) on the increase. We do not often include IVF in our discussions of anti-life agendas, yet a consistent prolife stance is founded on the truth that human life begins at conception. The practice of IVF routinely involves embryo destruction as well as cryogenic "preservation."

Is a frozen embryo, of which there are upwards of 600,000 in the USA alone, alive or dead? Obviously, this rumination could lead to even more bogus definitions of when life begins and ends. What financial resources are needed to maintain IVF embryos? The expense of "adopting" one is around $8,000, for the home evaluation and frozen embryo transfer.

Our KRLA website Video of the Month notes moral objections to IVF that are not religious-based. We have also posted a Resolution written and passed by the KRLA board in 1984, objecting to a Kentucky statute that facilitated it. Our objections threw some sand on the slippery slope, yet IVF has become less visible as a prolife concern.

Staying abreast of the many challenges to life is practically and emotionally hard to do. But what is the alternative?


INSPIRATION GALORE!

Be sure to see Where Hope Grows, a movie that reveals Down Syndrome in a positive light, brought to our attention by KRLA member Chris Walker. Click here for a list of theaters showing it STARTING TODAY MAY 15, and see a trailer.
Watch a rousing defense of preborn children on the U.S. House floor, suggested for your viewing by Schu Montgomery. This testimony by Rep. Sean Duffy (WI-07) helped to encourage the U.S. House to pass the Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act on May 13. The bill has now gone to the Senate.

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