Alabama’s Restrictive Abortion Law – JLD

Alabama’s Restrictive Abortion Law – JLD

Many of us are taught to avoid discussing politics and religion, because people get emotional too quickly. There is also difference of opinions, which makes agreement even more difficult, yet the Alabama Senate had just enough consensus to pass a bill that intersects both religion AND politics. So not talking about when life begins, the morality of governing a woman’s womb, and bible standards applying in secular world, is no longer an option. In The Church and The Community, Page 19, I mentioned how my parents did not want any more children after my youngest brother was born. They probably explored tubal ligation, vasectomies, and or contraception, but what is really the difference between those options, and the morning after pill? What about abortion within 30 days of conception? 60? 90? Politics and religion are becoming law, whether we like it or not, so let’s talk about it, civilly.

2019-05-16T10:58:06-05:00 May 13th, 2019|A. Chapters 0-1, Discovery, B. Fundamentalists|