You didnt realize it because its simply not true.
How do you know that? What is your evidence to counter the author's statements?
posted on 06/12/2009 10:33:17 PM PDT
(The bread which we break, is it not a participation in the body of Christ? (1 Cor. 10:16))
Long experience in the pro-life movement. The claim is ridiculous.
posted on 06/12/2009 10:42:48 PM PDT
(Obama administration: "We are going to change the world. Please, don't interfere.")
I recall taking a church trip to a religious conference in Nashville as a teenager. This was in April or May of 1973, just shortly after Roe was handed down. It was a Baptist conference and everyone was horrified by the Roe ruling.
Also, I would note that in the years shortly before Roe, heavily Catholic New York's legislature voted to legalize abortion (1970). Bills to permit abortion failed to gain any traction whatsoever in the Protestant South. Texas went all the way to the Supreme Court to defend its law against abortion, as did Georgia in the Doe case. Texas was overwhelmingly Protestant back then, far more so than today when open borders have made the state nearly half Latino.
posted on 06/13/2009 1:08:48 AM PDT
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