Bernard Nathanson Remembered

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Bernard Nathanson Remembered

Bradley Mattes   |   February 28, 2011

Bernard Nathanson was once the biggest abortionist in the Western World, but he became a hero for unborn babies. Doctor Nathanson, who died last week, ran an abortion mill in New York City and was instrumental in legalizing abortion. But in the late ’70s, this Jewish atheist saw the unborn child through ultrasound. He declared himself pro-life and became a hugely effective spokesperson for the pro-life movement. He produced the famous pro-life film Silent Scream and its follow-up, Eclipse of Reason. Doctor Nathanson was also a well-known author. He became a Christian in the ’90s, where he said he found true peace. Considering his many regrets in life, he found peace in Christ and wasn’t shy about saying so. Often times those who leave the abortion industry are our greatest ambassadors for innocent life.

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