Science, reason, and human dignity changed his mind on abortion – Love transformed his heart toward God

March 2, 2011 06:02

Dr. Bernard Nathanson described himself as a man who “helped usher in this barbaric age” of abortion-on-demand, “the most atrocious holocaust in the history of the United States.”

By Wendy Wright at American Thinker


As one of the founders of the National Association for the Repeal of Abortion Laws (now called NARAL), who admitted fabricating the numbers of illegal abortions and women killed from botched abortions, he paved the way for Roe v. Wade.

Certain that it would convince others that abortion destroys a living being who can feel pain, he narrated the film “Silent Scream,” which showed the aborting of a 12-week-old baby.  As the baby recoils from the deadly instruments and opens his mouth, Nathanson states, “This is the silent scream of a child threatened imminently with extinction.”
Ronald Reagan also hoped it would change minds and showed it in the White House.
In 1987, Nathanson directed, filmed and narrated “Eclipse of Reason.”  He explains abortion procedures, shows the abortion of a five-month-old baby, and interviews women who had abortions.  They describe how they were misled and were not informed of the complications that they would suffer.


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