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Southern Seminary professor William Cutrer serves as medical director of "A Woman's Choice," a pro-life crisis pregnancy center in Louisville. The center is located near an abortion clinic. Photo by David Merrifield
LOUSVILLE, Ky. (BP)--For more than 20 years seminary professor William Cutrer has taught about abortion, written about it as an author and counseled women against it as a medical doctor.
Still, one thing mystifies him -- why so many local churches seem reluctant to address the issue.
Cutrer is associate professor of Christian ministry and director of the Gheens Center for Christian Family Ministry at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Ky. Cutrer is also the co-author of "False Positive," a novel focusing on the sanctity of human life theme set in a crisis pregnancy center, "Deadly Cure," "Lethal Harvest" and "When Empty Arms Become a Heavy Burden."
"The annual Roe vs. Wade observances do bring attention to the horror of abortion," he said. "Sadly, many churches don't discuss the issue at all, or simply pass the week by and become calloused to the real genuine human tragedy. The loss of precious life is enormous and the impact on the lives of the women that have had abortions is incredible. Read More