Why Reversal of Roe v. Wade is Welcome

The essay below by Hagaon HaRav Yehuda Dovid (J. David) Bleich is circulated with permission:

WHY REVERSAL OF ROE v. WADE IS WELCOME

The brouhaha surrounding the report of a forthcoming United States Supreme Court decision reversing its seminal decision in Roe v. Wade has subsided and with it a perceived institutional need prompting issuance of ill-conceived reactive statements. The actual decision that will assuredly spark further reaction and even more intense hand-wringing has yet to be announced. Perhaps this is the time during which calm reflection upon relevant teachings of Judaism is warranted. [...Click headline above for more...] 

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