Destroy Misinformation
A Thoughtful Critique of Personhood Strategy
March 23, 2017

We recently published a short article expressing some critiques of the Personhood strategy. Though we did not heavily promote that article it has created considerable discussion within the anti-abortion world. This article is a further elaboration upon those themes. We have written these critiques as men who have labored for years within the Personhood movement and who are grateful for the work that has been accomplished through it. Our hope is to simply explain why we no longer advocate for the Personhood strategy, and instead call for abolition through interposition.

Republican-appointed Supreme Court justices
October 30, 2016

How many Republican-appointed Supreme Court justices does it take to overturn Roe V. Wade? Every four years, Christian people in this nation are stampeded into voting for the Republican presidential candidate based on the mantra – “whoever is elected President will appoint Supreme Court justices!” Republicans insist that we must vote for their presidential candidate […]

A Criticism of the Legality of Abortion
May 15, 2016

And the Rights of the States to Interpose Themselves Between their Citizens and Federal Law The pro-life movement estimates more than 3,700 children each day are either poisoned or butchered while still in the womb. That is, in now thirty-three years since Roe v. Wade, over 45 million children have been murdered and have received […]

Higher Law
Abolitionists and the Doctrine of the Lesser Magistrates
February 29, 2016

Is it the responsibility of those in authority to work within a corrupt and wicked system of government or to defy it? Pastor Matt Trewhella answers these questions and explains the doctrine of the lesser magistrates at the Abolish Abortion Oklahoma conference. Simply put, the lesser-magistrate doctrine declares that – when a magistrate, who is […]

Abolition and the Constitution
May 15, 2015

  As it Applies to the Supreme Court of the State of Wisconsin The purpose of these proceedings is to determine the legal sufficiency of a bill, amendment or initiative of total abolition in the State of Wisconsin in regards to Constitutional validity. In particular, protestants will object to the sufficiency of this language on […]