Tag: abortion

City of Man, Episode 30: Abortion

Download or Stream this Episode In this Episode, Ed and Coyle talk about the legal and ethical aspects of abortion, as well as how Christians should think about the topic with charity and a concern for justice. Books/Readings Mentioned in the Episode Judith Jarvis Thomson’s essay Richard Hayes, The Moral Vision of the New Testament Abortion…

Christian Humanist Profiles 49: Beyond the Abortion Wars

Download or Stream this Episode For folks like me, born in the mid-seventies, abortion has always been standing judicial precedent, always the stuff of political elections, always a reality of American life.  In his new book Beyond the Abortion Wars Charles Camosy offers a strong philosophical examination of abortion practices and the arguments marshaled in…

A Brief (and Predictable) Response to David French

An Open Letter to Young, “Post-Partisan” Evangelicals by David French Post-Partisan Evangelicals, Perception Versus Reality, and the Moral Primacy of the Abortion Debate by David French Since I’ve commented recently on politics, critiquing liberal-leaning evangelicals, I figured I should probably go ahead and write my election-year post on why the GOP don’t impress me much. …

A Platonic Thought: The Number of Abortions Is not the Main Concern

In this strange season when the world waits for the Republican primary field to solidify, one can say that certain things are hard to predict and others not hard at all.  Whether Romney or Daniels or Palin or Gingrich will ultimately oppose Obama in 2012 I couldn’t say; likewise, whether there will be a strong…