Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Contraception Conversation Continued

Thanks to all for your great insights and comments on this topic. I realize that most of my readers and commenters are pro-life, as am I, though I hate that term because it implies that the pro-choice camp folks don't value life. To my pro-choice readers, I realize that I am only covering this very vast and complicated topic from my perspective, and I welcome your comments and what you have to say on this very important topic for all women. One of the things I love about the blogosphere is how we are learning to listen to one another respectfully and humbly, as this excellent post by Catherine suggests we should.

Julie has asked that I add this to this week's Hump Day Hmm, so if you missed the post and conversation, click here. While I don't necessarily this think is our culture's most important issue, I do think it is one of many important issues that require more discussion of the humble, non hostile type. Oh, and go read Catherine's post. (Did I mention that already?)

5 comments:

Catherine said...

You're too good to me. :)

melissa said...

You are so right. The whole topic is so complicated. But in the end, God will help you decide what is right for you and your family. And what He thinks is right for you may not be the same as someone else.

Great post!

wheelsonthebus said...

Oddly, given my beliefs, many, many of my readers are Christians. But, we are all so respectful of each other, and it makes me so happy. That's what I loved about Catherine's post. It's all about smart people trading opinions with dignity.

At A Hen's Pace said...

I really enjoyed your post and the discussion on contraception. A tough question that I don't think there's an absolute right answer for! We've been all over the spectrum in our 21 years of marriage! :)

Jeanne

TwoSquareMeals said...

Jeanne,
I'd love to hear more from you on the issue of contraception if you have time. Thanks for following along.