I am, and will remain unapologetically aligned with the cause of life. I remain convinced that abortion is not the way to conduct neither contraception nor family planning. I contend that though there are cases of sexual assault, and extreme medical conditions where a woman's life is at a bona-fide risk (e.g. ectopic pregnancies), these are not normative. Too, I contend that through its original charter, there are groups like Planned Parenthood that are engaged in a proactive campaign of in-utero genocide against select groups based on racial or socio-ecconomic status. (I believe it's founders expression for these groups was "human weeds").
All of this not withstanding, I fear that in my zeal, I've stomped personally on an individual. This was never my intent, and the fact that may have occurred troubles me as while advocating particular causes, I'm not here to afflict or insult anyone personally. So, to Elizabeth, I offer you my sincere apologies and ask your forgiveness. We may (and should) discuss and debate these watershed issues, it should be done so in the spirit of love and charity (a concept that we are both committed to as Anglican Clerics).
May the LORD Bless and Keep you.
May the LORD make His face shine upon you and be gracious to you.
May the LORD lift His face unto you and give you peace.