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(08/19/2014) "… when the pro-choice community frames abortion as a difficult decision, it implies that women need help deciding, which opens the door to paternalistic and demeaning 'informed consent' laws. It also stigmatizes abortion and the women who need it. …. But there's a more pernicious result when pro-choice advocates use such language: It is a tacit acknowledgment that terminating a pregnancy is a moral issue requiring an ethical debate. To say that deciding to have an abortion is a 'hard choice' implies a debate about whether the fetus should live, thereby endowing it with a status of being. It puts the focus on the fetus rather than the woman."

Source: "Stop calling abortion a 'difficult decision,'" by Janet Harris, The Washington Post, 8/15/14, Accessed 8/18/14.

(08/12/2014) “Well, it’s interesting that we sit around and call other ancient civilizations heathen because of human sacrifice but aren’t we actually guilty of the same thing? The good thing is the American populace is moving closer and closer to understanding that abortion is murder. Every year we’re getting better on that regard.”

Source: Dr. Ben Carson, 8/5/14, Accessed 8/7/14 and 8/11/14. (Audio also embedded in article.)

(08/05/2014) "My passion is being pro-life. It drives and it motivates me. I find joy in being the voice for the unborn every day, even if it’s just in the smallest ways. There was a time in my life when you couldn’t have paid me a million dollars to truthfully and passionately say the statement above. I used to be pro-choice. Pro-choice to my very core and then everything changed… I had an abortion."

Source: "I Used to be Pro-Choice, Pro-Choice to the Core, Then I Had an Abortion," by Star Tucker, 7/21/14, Accessed 7/22/14

(07/29/2014) At 11 weeks after conception, the baby is about 2-1/2 inches long and weighs about ½ ounce. By the time a woman’s pregnancy “shows,” the baby is fully formed.  All that is necessary now is time to grow and mature in preparation for birth.

Source: “What They Never Told You About the Facts of Life” brochure, published by the Human Development Resource Council, Inc., Norcross, GA. 2001.www.hdrc.org.

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September 2014 News Letter

Our Mission:

Out of obedience to Jesus Christ, the Taskforce of United Methodists on Abortion and Sexuality (TUMAS) will work to create in church and society esteem for human life at its most vulnerable, specifically for the unborn child and for the Woman who contemplates abortion.  Therefore, TUMAS's first goal is to win the hearts and minds of United Methodists, to engage in abortion-prevention through theological, pastoral and social emphases that support human life."

Jim Caviezel Speaks on Abortion


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THESE ANNUAL EVENTS TOOK  PLACE ON JANUARY 22, 2014 (WEDS.) AT THE UNITED METHODIST BUILDING, 100 MARYLAND AVENUE NE, WASHINGTON, DC
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