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Wednesday, February 5, 2014
From Abortion Activist to Pro-Life Champion
Michael Brown In the midst of the rising tide of hostility that pro-life activists are experiencing, it's important to remember that some of the most vociferous abortion advocates of the past have become prominent pro-life champions. It's a scenario that is sure to repeat itself again.

According to a Jan. 31 report from Students for Life of America, there was so much hatred and antagonism expressed toward them at a recent demonstration that the "police officers had to form a human shield around [them] as [they] stood to represent the preborn and their mothers."

In the midst of the outpouring of anger and profanity, one of the abortion activists held up a homemade sign identifying herself as a "fetus slayer" while she tried to jump on Kristan Hawkins, president of Students for Life of America.

This is reminiscent of the protests at the Texas Senate last year where pro-abortion activists chanted "Hail Satan," "F**k the church," and "Bro-choice" while holding signs that said "Hoes before embryos."

But is it possible that some of these very protestors, including the young woman holding up the "fetus slayer" sign, could have a radical change of heart? Absolutely.

Just think of Dr. Bernard Nathanson, "an obstetrician who oversaw the performance of about 75,000 abortions before becoming a leading pro-life advocate and a convert to the Catholic faith."

As the National Catholic Register reported upon announcement of his death in 2011, "After performing his last abortion in 1979 and declaring himself to be pro-life, Nathanson produced the 1985 film  The Silent Scream, which shows sonogram images of a child in the womb shrinking from an abortionist's instruments, and the documentary film  Eclipse of Reason, which displays and explains various abortion procedures in graphic detail. read more
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