Given the demographics of abortion—which shows a terrible over-representation of young, single, urban, low-income African-American women—I do not understand how a pro-life agenda can be divorced from a social justice agenda. It is impossible for a Christian to acquiesce in policies that allow doctors to suck the life out of a fetus—yet it is deplorably common for Christians to eagerly encourage "conservative" policies that perpetuate poverty, substandard education, and inadequate healthcare for these littlest ones, once they have left the womb.
Ongoing theological reflections and opinions. Hopefully they are somewhat informed and educated considerations, though of course they will be liable to criticism, hardly agreeable to all. Posts in this category tend to reflect my current theological research, or projects that I am exploring. They are often initial forays and reactions to something I have read, and may or may not result in any conclusive arguments. All opinions herein are subject to change without warning.