be avoided by Republicans and should be relegated to religious groups.
some Republicans see ending abortion as their main mission, they should get out
of politics and join a religious group, where they can concentrate on changing
hearts instead of laws.”
is to uphold justice. Abortion, while
certainly a religious issue, is also an issue of justice.
religious groups but it does not make it a purely religious issue. It is an issue for which both religious and
non-religious people can rally behind and pursue justice.
and its impact is minimal, then murder/abortion is allowed. The child’s death is not felt by relatives or
family or friends who have never gotten to know the child, thus making the
emotional devastation of a death more confined.
easier at the expense of a people group (small children) who cannot advocate on
their own behalf.
British Parliament, fought to abolish slavery. While certainly motivated by his religious
convictions, he recognized it as an issue demanding justice for those enslaved.
an oppressed people group. Abortion is
no different though perhaps more dire since it is always a choice between life
religion make one of two potential mistakes: Either they think that the separation of
church and state is actually something in the Constitution when it is not, or
they think that what the Constitution does say about establishing religion is in
some way related to the abortion topic when it is not.
religious people oppose abortion. We think it is morally wrong, but we
think adultery is wrong and taking God’s name in vain is wrong. We
aren’t pushing for laws regarding those
things since they are religious issues and between mankind and God.
Abortion is more than a religious issue. It is an issue of justice for
children and we
oppose it on those grounds.
In conclusion, I think it is great that some Republicans see
ending abortion as their main mission. They
are champions of justice. Not religion.