Momentum is Building
First, in 2017 President Trump appointed Neil Gorsuch, a conservative, to replace Antonin Scalia on the Supreme Court. Then, Pres. Trump appointed another conservative, Brett Kavanaugh, to replace Anthony Kennedy, who often acted as a swing vote in split decisions.
Also, news has surfaced about a Roe v. Wade movie from a pro-life perspective. The co-director, Nick Loeb said, “It is being filmed at the right time for it to get attention, with the nation embroiled in a debate over Roe and the next Supreme Court justice,” Christian Headlines reported.
CH reported that Loeb hopes to release the movie in January 2019, but the film team is running into issues. RelevantMazagine.com reported, “Crew members are walking off the set in protest, actors have quit with accusations the movie is ‘propaganda’ and the movie’s director is locked in an ongoing legal battle himself.”
If the film manages to reach fruition, Christian audiences are bound to watch it, even if it’s only to show support for pro-life causes and to spite the individuals and institutions who tried to thwart it.
All this momentum might end in a Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, but it also might just end. If, in the years to come, the U.S. continues to count 46, 50, and 75 years of abortion’s continued Constitutional standing, what can Christians do to impact this issue in their communities and in their nation? If Roe v. Wade is never overturned, is there still hope for Christians to effectively advocate life and liberty for all?
Here are three ways passionate pro-life Christians can still engage the battle beyond advocating for the overturned decision of Roe v. Wade. But first, a quick trip around the world to see how other societies are handling the problem of abortion.
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