Into the Pray

IVF - Our Position (feat. Dave Brennan)

May 05, 2021 Nick & Mairi Franks Season 3 Episode 31
Into the Pray
IVF - Our Position (feat. Dave Brennan)
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Show Notes

Greetings All!

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We return this week to our ongoing conversations with Dave Brennan of Brephos and the sensitive issue of IVF. As we have asked in our previous two episodes, (no. 17 & 20 in this season), is IVF ever OK?

You can also watch this conversation via YouTube here as a Premiere at 9pm GMT this evening. (Thank you for your patience while we're in the process of improving our videos).

This week, having introduced the subject of IVF and having spent some time in Scripture last time, we consolidate our "position" on this difficult issue.

We will also be responding to the
BBC's new two-part drama revolving around the changing fertility landscape in Northern Ireland, Three Families, that starts a week today.

Listen to Dave Brennan and Nick and Mairi Franks discuss the general lay of the land of the Church in which this infinitely important question of IVF is being - or indeed not being - considered from a genuine biblical perspective:

- How are our Christian lives distinct from others who also would naturally want children?
- How do IVF and the abortion genocide relate to each other?

Here’s the Chris Richards article cited and this week's impromptu episode recorded with Richard Lucas, leader of the Scottish Family Party, in which we discuss related issues concerning children and young people and our responsibilities as mature disciples of Christ to use our voices to defend them.

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Come, Lord Jesus!


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