Being pro-choice is such a sunny and uplifting thing it’s of a piece with being “pro-everything.”
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The whole point of a free society is to reduce the number of things that are political, particularly at the national level. When everything is considered political, the totality of life is politicized. And that’s just a clunky way of describing totalitarianism.
Preventing abortion requires touching the heart, and nothing touches the human heart like the sweet smile of an innocent child.
What would you call a society that made adoption incredibly hard and abortion incredibly easy? I’d call it sick at heart.
– “Why I Believe Greed is the Most Pervasive Sin of Our Culture Today” at The Theology of Laundry