Far from violating basic constitutional freedoms, the recent abortion ruling at the U.S Supreme Court powerfully reinstituted crucial and inspired principles designed for the protection of “all flesh.”
Tag: Roe v Wade
The Supreme Court’s decision did not establish religion or violate the religious freedom rights of pro-choice Americans. Instead, it created space in the public square for the pro-life convictions of people of faith.
Especially when reality is deeply uncomfortable, a word like this has a way of sanitizing and obscuring the full and brutal picture of what’s actually taking place.
Reflecting on what we’ve been learning as a team from the conflicts over January 6th and abortion.
The nationwide experiment in widespread elective abortion is coming to an end. As we try to newly establish a pro-life culture, we will need to expect more from both mothers and fathers.
Some of the same people who rightly decried the rhetorical (and literal) threat to the integrity of our presidential election are now launching their own assault on the legitimacy of the Supreme Court.
Although the final draft is uncertain, the leaked Supreme Court majority opinion can be celebrated as a step towards a culture celebrating all life—both the precious unborn and the equally precious mothers who need all of our support.
I heard the news about the likely Supreme Court decision to end Roe the same day I witnessed the ultrasound of our new baby.
While many conservatives are frustrated with Supreme Court justices not making sweeping enough changes, this cautious approach is ultimately what’s best for both conservatives and the country as a whole.