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Wed, Oct. 17 2012 07:45 AM EDT

Aren't We Really All Pro-Life?

By Paul de Vries
Very seriously, we adults make precarious life and death decisions every day. It is not only in those moments of major medical crises that we consider life and death. We consider the death-related decisions every time we eat, climb stairs, hear a good sermon, choose to ride with a friend, read the front page story of violent crimes, check the obituaries, watch the news from a war-front, or just cross the street. (A link to this page will be included in your message. )

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