The Times podcast: Future of Abortion Part 2 | Church

An anti-abortion sign sits off a country road in Holland, Michigan.
An anti-abortion sign sits off a country road not far from the home of Bryan and Christy Berghoef, who run the more liberal Holland United Church of Christ on March 5, 2022 in Holland, Mich.
(Gina Ferazzi/Los Angeles Times)

In anticipation of the Supreme Court making its landmark abortion decision this summer and very likely undoing Roe vs. Wade, The Times is looking at the issue from a number of perspectives. Today, we’ll tell the complicated story of how evangelicals mobilized around restricting abortion — and one woman’s place in it all.


Host: Gustavo Arellano

Guests: L.A. Times national correspondent Jaweed Kaleem

More reading:

Read the L.A. Times’ “The Future of Abortion” series

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About The Times

“The Times” is made by columnist Gustavo Arellano, senior producers Denise Guerra, Shannon Lin and Kasia Broussalian and producers David Toledo, Ashlea Brown and Angel Carreras. Our engineer is Mario Diaz. Our editor is Kinsee Morlan. Our executive producers are Jazmín Aguilera and Shani O. Hilton. Our theme song was composed by Andrew Eapen.