Rabbi Brad Hirschfield responds to questions on topics of the day. After a Texas teen sued her parents claiming they were forcing her to have an abortion, pro-life advocates are celebrating a court’s decision to give the teen the right to have her baby. The argument pro-life advocates used in supporting the teen is that she should have the choice of whether or not she wanted to have an abortion — an argument made popular by pro-choice advocates. Will this case redefine the terms pro-life and pro-choice? What does adopting a pro-choice stance mean for the pro-life movement?
This post is a Featured Discussion on the Washington Post Live Homepage 2/19/13.