I’m marveling at the anger and angst created by an upcoming Superbowl ad that will celebrate Pam Tebow’s courageous CHOICE to have her baby, Tim Tebow. I’ve heard some genuine outrage from the pro-abortion camp over this. Does the word “choice” only mean “abortion”? Is the brave decision to not have an abortion somehow an anti-choice that needs to be downplayed? Is the existence of a vibrant human being who lives in spite of pressure on his mother to have an abortion stand as a threat to something? Indeed it does. Not to choice, but to those who see abortion as a good in itself.
Matt Evans at Times and Seasons puts his neck on the chopping block by calling attention to the desperate position revealed in the response of a major pro-abortion activist. Thanks, Matt. Bet you’ll continue to get a lot of heat.
A woman or a couple face many conflicting pressures and issues when grappling with some of life’s difficult choices. One piece of information that needs to be considered, though, is reflected in stories like those of Pam Tebow. I’m proud of her courage in choosing life and glad that the world will hear that choice isn’t a one-way street (or one-way alley).