RESOURCE Journal of Lutheran Ethics—Issue: February/March 2023


The January/February 2023 Issue of the Journal of Lutheran Ethics, “Il/legal Abortion: Lutheran Ethical Responses post-Dobbs” is introduced by editor, Dr. Jennifer Hockenbery (Dean for Humanities and Professor of Philosophy of St. Norbert, College). She begins this way:
The essays in this issue are offerings concerning faithful ethical responses after the Dobbs ruling by the Supreme Court this summer. As such, they are different in tone and intention than the kinds of discussions that were on-going while Roe still held, such as those in The Journal of Lutheran Ethics published in November 2012, May 2010, and January 2005.

Finish reading the editor’s introduction.

Read all of the articles.
Included in this issue is “Can We Really Be So Sure When Human Life Begins?” written by NC Synod’s own the Rev. Dr. Mark Ellingsen,  Professor of Church History at the Interdenominational Theological Center in Atlanta.