This is a pro-life article by a pro-life author. This article will not, however, lay out arguments against abortion. I rather want to use the topic of abortion to muse on what I believe to be an even larger issue. What worries me most about abortion is not the 60-million-plus terminated pregnancies in the United States since Roe v Wade. It isn’t the systematic dismembering of babies’ organs during the surgical procedure or the disproportionate fraction of terminated pregnancies among American minority groups. What worries me the most about abortion is the millions of cases in which a woman had … Continue reading “An Orthodox Christian’s Reflections on Abortion” →
Marital roles are important, but not as much as the marriage itself, the sacred union of two entirely separate entities into one body.