Sometimes the darkness is overwhelming: The Chinese health ministry reported that more than 336 million children have been eliminated through abortion since 1971. Joe Carter recently put that number into its gruesome context. Then there’s the horrific practices of Kermit Gosnell being exposed — seven babies, born alive, that he brutally killed. Late-term abortions still make Americans uneasy, but so does having a child with a disability. More and more companies are developing early tests to identify genetic anomalies. “Screening” for Down syndrome and other genetic anomalies is growing rapidly.
The Story of Baby S
And then there is the bizarre story of Baby S, a little girl with multiple disabilities and multiple parents — and that’s when the light broke through. The headline, “Surrogate Offered $10,000 to Abort Baby”, introduced a story that is almost unbelievable and is hard to summarize. In short. . .