If you’re like most of us, you’d rather not read another article about abortion this morning. The subject is divisive, the debate vitriolic. If you haven’t had an abortion, if you don’t love someone who has, or if you’re not considering an abortion personally, it can be tempting to ignore the issue.
Cornell University recently rescinded an invitation for a pro-life Christian to participate in a forum about abortion at the school’s Political Union (CPU). According to CBN News, she claims they disinvited her because of her “outspoken beliefs regarding biblical sexuality,” but the CPU disputes her assertions.
Kentucky’s governor Matt Bevin signed two bills in recent weeks banning abortions on the basis of race, sex or a disability diagnoses and after a fetal heartbeat can be detected. Motions for injunctions have already been filed against both of the bills – HB5 and SB9 respectively.
Charlotte Pence, the daughter of Vice President Mike Pence, speaks up on the issue of abortion, exhorting millennials to recognize that the fervor surrounding social justice needs to extend to fighting the promotion of abortion, identifying abortion as an “oppression in its barest form,” reports Christian Post.