The movement ‘Evangelical Women for Gender Equality (EIG)’ and the NGO ‘Catholics for the Right to Decide’ launched a public letter last month in defense of the legalization of abortion.
In the manifestation, the groups affirm that they will continue to denounce the “religious fundamentalisms” and that the abortion decision should not be subject to “religious arbitration”.
The text has been the target of several criticisms inside and outside the churches, mainly for two reasons.
First, contrary to what feminists say, condemning the practice of abortion, the murder of a human being in the mother’s womb, is not a . . .