President Lincoln famously prophesied that America would not be able to endure half-slave and half-free.
Unfortunately, it took a civil war that cost 750,000 American lives to end slavery. With half of the country enacting reforms to protect unborn children and the other half advocating for abortion, many Americans speculate whether current divisions in our nation will lead to another civil war.
We discuss that topic on this week's episode of The 40 Days for Life Podcast:
We also address other critical questions about the future of medicine, law, and politics in the post-Roe world, including:
- Can doctors send abortion pills to expectant mothers in states where abortion is now illegal?
- Does the end of Roe provide cover for Democratic politicians to become pro-life?
What does the so-called "life of the mother" exception mean--and how will it be handled by the law?
The future is bright, but there's no denying pro-lifers suffered a major setback last month when Kansas voters overwhelmingly decided to keep abortion legal.
On another recent podcast episode, we explained why the disaster in Kansas isn't a reason to despair; it's a reminder that we've got more work to do: 40daysforlife.com/what-happened-in-kansas.
That work begins September 28 with this fall's 40 Days for Life campaign!
It's not too early to find your nearest vigil and sign up to pray for an end to abortion!