Our friend Mako Nagasawa joins us again, this time to talk about abortion in Christian politics and theology. Mako gives us a history of how and why abortion become the “single-issue” it has become and maybe some ways forward of how to think about abortion theologically and socially.
Mako is the Founder and Executive Director of The Anástasis Center, which houses Mako’s extensive writing on many subjects, including healing atonement and Christian restorative justice. You can also find Mako on Facebook and Twitter.
Conservative David French on how single-issue voting on the Presidency is more complex when it comes to abortion: “Do Pro-Lifers Who Reject Trump Have ‘Blood on their Hands’?”
Holy Post Podcast host (and previous Gravity Leadership guest) Skye Jethani on the ‘issue’ of single-issue voting: “What About Abortion? Should this one issue determine how Christians vote?”
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