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When I pick up a person from the street, hungry, I give him a plate of rice, a piece of bread. But a person who is shut out, who feels unwanted, unloved, terrified, the person who has been thrown out of society – that spiritual poverty is much harder to overcome. And abortion, which often follows from contraception, brings a people to be spiritually poor, and that is the worst poverty and the most difficult to overcome.
We believe the Senate language provides for federal subsidies for abortions. Plus theres a language in there where you have to pay one dollar per month, every enrollee, to pay for a fund for reproductive rights which include abortion. And thats totally against federal law. So we are saying take that out.
You can think everything is dire, but you act as if there’s possibility. I see children coming into the world as an expression of this. Sometimes, not always – it can just be somebody that wasn’t on the birth control pill or didn’t have access to abortion. But I usually see a wanted child as a sign of optimism, and I like that.
This is the thing I’ve never understood: If someone is going to hell for being gay or being a Jew or a Muslim or having an abortion, then what are you worried about? You don’t need to try and convert these people or try and save them. If you really believe in your religion, these people are already doomed, so stop worrying about them.
I think the craziest thing I heard, and this guy’s not even nominated, he’s from Texas…he said there’s no reason that women shouldn’t carry a stillborn baby to term, and that it’s an excuse to have an abortion if she doesn’t want to. She should just let nature take its course from start to finish. Literally forcing birth of a fetus that died in the womb.
Legislators could easily be out-voted if people voted in midterm elections. The fact that we don’t talk about all this stuff [ abortion rights, LGBTQ rights, or voting rights] very much because Donald Trump and the general election is sucking all the air out of the room – if people aren’t paying attention to their state, they’re certainly not paying attention to what’s happening in other states.
What’s blinking red on my radar is the fact that for people who prioritize abortion rights, LGBTQ rights, or voting rights, those things are coming out of state legislatures, and some of the laws on reproduction stuff is coming out of city council, and so what’s getting at me is the fact that there’s just a fundamental lack of understanding that these laws are happening and being created by people who often won by ten votes in a midterm election.
I think the Resurrection continues to be a pivotal issue, a pivotal question for people. I think a lot of other issues have been raised in interim years, about the nature of truth, of course gender issues, issues involving social matters like abortion and euthanasia and so forth, those swirl about and change from time to time, but I think the fundamental question of whether or not Christianity is true ultimately goes back to the Resurrection.
It’s really nice to see that, looking at all sides of the abortion issue – from the person who doesn’t want to have kids so they’re going to have an abortion and that’s not traumatic for them, to somebody who loses a wanted pregnancy, to somebody who has complicated feelings because of their religion. We can talk about all of those complicated and individual stories and not feel like there’s any one abortion story that’s right or wrong.