Does Preventing a Woman’s Access to Abortion Violate Her Religious Freedom?
Questions about whether preventing a woman’s access to abortion violates her religious freedom guaranteed by the First Amendment, whether the fact that God doesn’t have parts now applies only to two persons of the Trinity, and what it means to seek the presence of God.
* How should I respond to a Jewish person who claims that preventing her access to abortion in cases where her mental or physical health would be at risk is a violation of her religious freedom guaranteed by the First Amendment?
* If God does not have parts, does the fact that Jesus is now forever incarnated in a glorified body mean that this aspect of theology proper now applies only to the other two persons of the Trinity?
* What does it mean to seek the presence of God?