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About SG Jones

I have spent my life working in academia doing scientific research after earning an undergrad degree in the life sciences. I came to saving faith in Christ later in life and subsequently developed a deeper interest in theological and philosophical studies. I decided to feed that interest by pursuing and completing an MA in Christian apologetics through Biola University. My primary interests include worldview and religion and bioethics.

March 2019

Pro-life Persuasion (Part 1): Engage!

2019-03-26T20:15:28+00:00

In the opening scenes of Patriot Games, retired CIA analyst Jack Ryan (played by Harrison Ford) heroically thwarts a terrorist attack on a member of the Royal Family in London. During the attack, Ryan kills several of the terrorists including the younger brother of one of the group’s leaders, Sean Miller (played by Sean Bean). [...]

Pro-life Persuasion (Part 1): Engage!2019-03-26T20:15:28+00:00

Title X Talk: “Gag Rule?”

2019-03-04T20:06:21+00:00

SG Jones | March 2, 2019 If you are paying attention at all to the current back-and-forth over abortion, you’ve probably noticed a discussion about the Department of Health and Human Services’ (HHS) rules on federal funding and their impact on abortion providers, especially Planned Parenthood. An HHS rule is undergoing revision that regulates the [...]

Title X Talk: “Gag Rule?”2019-03-04T20:06:21+00:00

February 2019

Late-term Abortions: Truth and Compassion for Women

2019-02-22T00:17:29+00:00

The Virginia House’s tabled Repeal Act continues to generate a lot of heat in the late-term abortion debate. Specifically, over the last several weeks the necessity of late-term abortions and an alleged contempt for women are hot topics. National Review’s David French recently came under fire in an Op-Ed from the New York Times for [...]

Late-term Abortions: Truth and Compassion for Women2019-02-22T00:17:29+00:00

SASSE BILL AND THE WEAKEST AMONG US

2019-02-14T12:38:48+00:00

Mohandas Gandhi is often credited with saying that "A nation's greatness is measured by how it treats its weakest members." Regardless of its source, the aphorism rings true, and this past week Senator Ben Sasse (NE) sponsored a bill for the humane treatment of abortion survivors. This was in response to a failed late-term abortion [...]

SASSE BILL AND THE WEAKEST AMONG US2019-02-14T12:38:48+00:00