Korean ex-abortionist explains commitment to the pro-life cause
December 15, 2009
In Korea—a country with one of the world’s highest abortion rates—a pro-life movement has set a goal of cutting the number of abortions by two-thirds. One of the movement’s leaders is Dr. Sang-duk Shim, who estimates that he performed about 4,000 abortions before his conversion to the pro-life cause. He explains his new attitude in an interview with MercatorNet.
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