Abortion

Lesson 3: A Critique of the Pro-Life Argument (Part1)

Lesson 3: A Critique of the Pro-Life Argument (Part1)

A Pro-Choice woman’s claim, “My body, my decision,” is hardly a complete ethical argument. Like many moral decisions we make in real life, it maintains that there is nothing better. In that sense, it is a rejection of the Pro-Life propositions. That means we should examine closely what those are. The most cogent presentation I […]

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Lesson 2: Let’s Start with Jesus

Lesson 2: Let’s Start with Jesus

It’s pretty obvious abortion is the main issue dividing the Church in our time. The Body of Christ is split apart over a question that people acknowledge Jesus himself never addressed. This omission indicates that first-century people did not see it as a major problem. However, it also invites us to imagine how Jesus might […]

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Lesson 1: “The Church“ and Abortion

Lesson 1: “The Church“ and Abortion

“I decided to begin our series on abortion with an article written by Michael Cooper-White, the president emeritus of United Lutheran Seminary in Gettysburg and director of Lutheran Formation at Union Theological Seminary in New York City. He also reports for the Gettysburg Times and published this piece on July 11, 2022. It is not […]

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