‘Unplanned’ Movie Review

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Chalcedon’s Andrea Schwartz has reviewed what is surely going to be one of the most talked-about movies of the year: Unplanned.

https://chalcedon.edu/blog/unplanned-movie-review

It’s the story of a woman who went from abortion receiver, to Planned Parenthood volunteer, then Planned Parenthood officer–and finally, pro-life activist.

I wonder if the movie-makers knew that at roughly the same time as their movie would come out, Democrats in several state would be moving beyond abortion into actual infanticide.

O Lord our God! Remember that these things are done without our consent, against our will, and over our objections. In Jesus’ name, Amen.

11 comments on “‘Unplanned’ Movie Review

  1. It’s interesting that some of the most adamant Pro Life voices came from having been on the other side of the issue. One doctor, whom had performed thousands of abortions, changed his viewpoint after his only child, and adopted daughter, died. He had been an operative of the abortion industry and had seen it with his own eyes.

    1. I read a novel by Malachi Martin, “Windswept House,” that instantly and permanently reversed my whole position on abortion: from “mostly pro-choice” to 100% pro-life.
      I am glad I didn’t have to see any abortions before I changed my mind.

    2. “Windswept House” told me *a lot* about the abortion industry that I didn’t know and never would have imagined. I think what really got to me was the total disrespect shown to the babies at all levels of this operation–including the sale of baby parts. To Malachi Martin, trained as a Catholic priest, these are individual human beings. To the abortion industry, they’re merely a source of revenue.

  2. I heard Abby Johnson interviewed by Glen Beck. She said how Planned Parenthood gets in the schools and counsels the girls all through the elementary grades so when they get pregnant in high school they go to Planned Parenthood instead of their parents. The more abortions a clinic does, the more money the people working there make – I think they call that incentive.

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