The First Epistle of Geoffrey…

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  • simon james

    Geoffrey makes some good points, but did you read the whole thing?
    He ends up in some classic pro-abort positions, especially this humdinger: Until the “vast majority” of citizens agree that abortion is murder, making it illegal will do more harm than good! That is exactly the strategy and belief of the “personally opposed” crowd. Yes, life is more than politics, but Geoffrey in essence agrees with pro-abort politics: do nothing, politically. Leave it alone. Let it stay legal. To work against legal abortion is to DO MORE HARM THAN GOOD. This is deeply insidious and very tragic. I hope you will clarify your support for this article.