In The News

9 Worst Birth Control Mistakes

CAUTION: This article is somewhat graphic:

COMMENTS: Note the worldly mindset of this article.

  • It does not mention God as the Creator of all life.
  • It assumes that pregnancies are planned by man.
  • Unintended pregnancies are to be feared.
  • It does not assume the marriage bond.
  • It offers no cautions or health concerns related to various methods.
  • It cares not whether some birth control methods causes abortions or have abortifacient properties.
  • It assumes total lack of self-control – since some birth control methods take a few days to start working – to that extent that one needs “backup methods” until it takes effect.
  • The concept of abstinence is never mentioned.
  • Even “more natural methods” are not mentioned.
  • One must have multiple methods available at all times to be ready just in case.
  • The extent of planning and research and care and caution required to avoid pregnancy is somewhat astounding.
  • Planned Parenthood, the U.S. top provider of abortion services, is advised as a good source for more information.
  • Birth control is assumed as a good and necessary part of the lives of all people

In The News

A Relentless Desire for Mastery and Control

The progressive fascination with eugenics largely ended with World War II and the horrors wrought by National Socialism. But while the West has discarded the theory of the eugenics era, the practice urged by Fisher and others — the elimination or pre-emption, through careful reproductive planning, of the weaker members of the human species — has become a more realistic possibility than it ever was in the 1920s and ’30s. Read the rest of the story at


Botkin Interview Completed!

We've finally begun production and we're excited to announce that we completed our first interview for the film with Mr. Geoff Botkin. We couldn't have asked for a better interview. We captured over three hours of content. Mr. Botkin brought amazing wisdom and incredible insight to our arguments and his passion for the message is invigorating! We can't wait to share with you what we are capturing and learning.

The biggest testament to the film and to this message was seeing it lived out.  After the interview, we were invited to dinner with the Botkin family. Not including us, there were 16 people present for dinner. Everyone was enjoying the fellowship and each person was helping prepare for dinner. There was no hint of hindrance or burden from having these children. We each caught ourselves saying "I cannot wait to have this large of a family." It's like the best birthday celebration, every evening of the week.

We'll be posting soon with updates from our next interview on our trip around the country. Stay tuned!


Allan Carlson Confirmed

BIRTH CONTROL: Is It Up to Us? confirms today that Allan Carlson, author of the book Godly Seed: American Evangelicals Confront Birth Control, 1873-1973, will appear in our film.  A true must read for any Christian, Godly Seed is hard-hitting and unrelenting.  Carlson's voice will strengthen our film by helping lay a foundation for American Evangelicalism.  We’re grateful for his cooperation and we look forward to interviewing him soon.