Christians have been working tirelessly for decades, mostly with success, to reduce the number of lives lost to abortion. Now with a 6-3 conservative majority on the Supreme Court, many hope to solidify the movement's gains by overturning Roe v. Wade. But what can we realistically expect from the judiciary branch of government? What have we learned from the culture wars over abortion? What does it mean today to be pro-life? And how does the next generation of Christian activists think about the issue of abortion?
We will cover a selection of perspectives on the pro-life movement, both its promise in making abortion increasingly rare, and its peril at winning through the courts but losing the heart of our culture. The first hour will consist of talks, interviews, and questions from the audience. The last half-hour will be Gathering participants only, in conversation with each other about crisis pregnancy centers or public policy & politics.