In my most recent blog post I was highly critical of the pro-life movement as a whole. After reading it, I realize it may give an incomplete picture of my views on abortion. I stand by what I said in that post, but there were some thoughts that could have been misconstrued when viewed by… Read More Why I would protest the Supreme Court or Congress over abortion: a follow up to my critique of the pro-life movement.
Various things have lead me to think about abortion in recent months. I have heard a fellow Denison student share her story of having an abortion, I have seen many white Christians attempt to deflect racial issues away from other issues on to abortion, and I have watched Lecrae’s testimony of having an abortion. I… Read More A critique of the pro-life movement
I had thought that holding a hard and fast ethic of non-violence was incompatible with my Reformed Evangelical beliefs, and then I picked up a book called FIGHT: A Christian Case for Nonviolence. Of course I have heard Scot McKnight, Stanley Haeurwas, Richard Hays, Shane Claiborne, and others in the “neo-Anabaptist” movement advocate this position,… Read More Time for Evangelicals to Rethink War