Thinking Out Loud Podcast

Saying Goodbye to Rachel Held Evans and Exploring the Sanctity of Life

Cameron McAllister and Nathan Rittenhouse discuss author and speaker Rachel Held Evans' life and legacy, and then turn to consider the Christian understanding of the sanctity of life, and its bearing on the current abortion debates.

May 23, 2019

The recent death of Rachel Held Evans at age 37 has left many devastated. A wife and a mother to two young children, Rachel was also a gifted writer and speaker whose work touched countless lives. Given her progressive views and passionate personality, she could be a polarizing figure, but she also demonstrated a continued willingness to speak across cultural dividing lines, as her friendships with several high-profile conservative thinkers clearly shows. In this episode, Nathan and Cameron begin with a discussion of Rachel’s life and legacy, and then turn to consider the Christian understanding of the sanctity of life, and its bearing on the current abortion debates.

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