Ginsburg, Abortion, Mohler

In this episode of the LCI Roundtable, Doug Stuart, Mike Maharrey, Matthew Bellis, and Kerry Baldwin discuss the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, abortion, and Al Mohler. Does she deserve all the attention she’s getting from both sides of the isle? What were her contributions? Is she at all responsible for legal abortion in America? To evaluate this, we discuss several Supreme Court cases related to abortion, why they were significant, just who were rendering those decision. And close it off by calling out a very prominent pastor and theologian who believes the libertarians have a problematic view of abortion. You don’t want to miss this episode; it’s not what you’re expecting.

In this episode of the LCI Roundtable, Doug Stuart, Mike Maharrey, Matthew Bellis, and Kerry Baldwin discuss the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, abortion, and Al Mohler. Does she deserve all the attention she’s getting from both sides of the isle? What were her contributions? Is she at all responsible for legal abortion in America? To evaluate this, we discuss several Supreme Court cases related to abortion, why they were significant, just who were rendering those decision. And close it off by calling out a very prominent pastor and theologian who believes the libertarians have a problematic view of abortion. You don’t want to miss this episode; it’s not what you’re expecting.

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Please note: this table will be updated from time to time, but the purpose of it is only to identify the political affiliations of the the Supreme Court justices to reveal the fallacy that we just need more conservative justices on the SCOTUS to overturn Roe.

Nowhere I do try to intrept the rulings of these cases through the lens of various methods of Constitutional interpretation.

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B.A. in Philosophy from Arizona State University. My writing focuses on libertarian philosophy and reformed theology and aimed at the educated layperson. I am a confessionally Reformed Christian orthodox Presbyterian in the tradition of J. Gresham Machen (1881 – 1937)

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