Friday, January 28, 2011

Mohler and George: Abortion as a Bio-Ideology of Genocide

I really enjoy Al Mohler's new "Thinking in Public" podcast. Long conversations about serious cultural issues conducted with a sense of gravity are hard to find. (Yeah, I'm looking at you, FoxNews and MSNBC.) It's sort of like NPR, but without the obsession with political correctness, moral relativism, and wine.

Anyway, Mohler's recent conversation with Robert P. George is particularly worth a listen. Here's a bit of what they had to say about abortion:
GEORGE: Over the years, millions of our African-American children—destroyed by the practice of abortion. No racist, no Klu Klux Klansman, no Nazi could have come up with a more effective way of carrying out their bio-ideology of genocide against blacks than what has happened here. And I think that those groups that push abortion, especially in minority communities and poor communities are responsible for it.

MOHLER: I heard Jesse Jackson speak on this issue in the 1980s, and he made that very point.

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