Activist Courts Threaten Not Only Life But Democracy
by William L. Saunders
Christians sometimes think it wrong to be involved, as Christians, in public issues that appear to be “partisan.” They may sometimes be right to think so. However, one of the most contentious “partisan” issues in the public square, the appropriate role of the judiciary, is one that no responsible Christian can ignore.
The issue matters because what kind of judges are approved for the courts, state as well as federal, greatly affects not only the pro-life cause but even the future of democracy—and this is true for many other nations.
For Americans, liberty is premised upon a certain constitutional system. . . .
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William L. Saunders is Senior Vice President and Senior Counsel at Americans United for Life.
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