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As Jesus approached Jerusalem for that final time during his earthly walk, Scripture records that He wept - not because the evil of unregenerate humans surprised Him, but because He was deeply grieved by it. Such a time is now. We are not surprised, but this is indeed "a time to weep."
The U.S. Supreme Court decided June 28 by the narrowest of margins, 5-4, to reject the ban on partial birth abortions. A few years ago I delivered a lecture to my colleagues in obstetrics and gynecology. I felt certain that among this group of men and women, though diverse in their worldviews and religious beliefs, consensus regarding partial birth abortion was guaranteed. However, as I stated my conviction to the general affirmation of this esteemed audience, one doctor - a colleague and friend - raised his hand.
"I don't want the government telling me what I can and can't do," he said. With a smug look on his face, his seemingly simple objection hung like the...