Warnock’s Abortion Stance Draws Rebuke from Fellow Pastors: ‘What Do We Value?’

Democratic Senate candidate Raphael Warnock speaks to the media as early voting in two run-off elections begins in Atlanta, Ga., December 14, 2020. (Elijah Nouvelage/Reuters)

They come racked with guilt and overwhelmed with emotion – women, and sometimes men, struggling through what Flynn Johnson calls “the aftermath of abortion.”

As bishop of Atlanta’s Metro City Church, Johnson has seen firsthand the devastating impact of abortion, on the black community as a whole and on the individuals he meets who are trying to come to terms with decisions they’ve made to end their pregnancies.

“It’s horrendous stories of those who at the moment feel like they don’t want to accept the responsibility (of being a parent), and yet discover only later how devastating it is when the conscience

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Ryan Mills is an enterprise and media reporter at National Review. He previously worked for 14 years as a breaking news reporter, investigative reporter, and editor at newspapers in Florida. Originally from Minnesota, Ryan lives in the Fort Myers area with his wife and two sons.


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