Much respect to Benjamin Watson.
This week, former New England Patriots tight end Benjamin Watson released a new book that he hopes will give a “vision” for pro-life advocates here in a “post-Roe era.” Watson wants to expand the pro-life cause outside of politics and “focus on restoration for our communities and for people who haven’t had opportunities that are more vulnerable to abortion.”
Watson said that his “The New Fight for Life Roe, Race, and a Pro-Life Commitment to Justice” book deals with both “heavy” and “emotional” issues, however, he also wants to encourage pro-lifers “who are on the sidelines to get in the game and encourage those in the game to keep going” — this coming a year after Roe v. Wade was overturned by the Supreme Court.
“My hope in the book was to encourage pro-lifers to get back in fight, to continue doing things that they’re doing, but also to widen our view on what might be a pro-life issue, meaning that it helps human flourishing as opposed to strictly legislation,” said Watson in a Fox News Digital interview.
“Because legislation is important. Don’t get me wrong, but, serving and equipping people to live healthy and full lives