Roe is Finally Gone. What Must We Do Now?

I will always remember exactly where I was when the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization was officially announced, overturning the Supreme Court’s infamous 1973 Roe v. Wade decision. Dobbs upheld a Mississippi law which severely limited abortion after 15 weeks gestation. Now individual state legislatures would be enabled to decide how the abortion issue […]

Reflections on a ‘Kairos’ moment

Ever since last Friday I have found myself literally overwhelmed with gratitude for the Supreme Court’s action of pitching the judiciously and morally egregious Roe vs. Wade decision onto the ash heap of history. I had prayed for years that God in his infinite mercy would let me live to see Roe overturned in my […]

What’s the best way to be pro-life?: A Southern Baptist debate

Life is full of surprises, some pleasant, some not. I was reminded of this recently as I witnessed a pro-life controversy and debate revolving around an attack on the pro-life movement’s “incrementalist” approach in fighting to protect our unborn citizens by Southern Baptist self-described “absolutists” who assert that one must demand a ban on virtually […]