That is, the same talking points I've heard for over thirty years. Basically it boils down to this: any legislation that in any way hinders any abortion ever will result in the suffering and death of millions of women. That goes along with the oft repeated mantra that any non-Democratic policies will always result in the suffering and deaths of millions [insert pertinent demographic group here].
This particular bill comes from Missouri, and apparently - at least as reported by MSM and pro-abortion outlets and advocates - this could lead to problems for women with ectopic pregnancies. A complex topic to be sure. I remember ages ago on St. Blogs, this was always a hot button issue. How this condition does and doesn't fit into the abortion issue, and at what point should it be dealt with as its own medical issue and on and on.
Note there is no real nuance in the reporting or hysteria (which makes sense), and none for Deacon Greydanus or the well known cookbook author he references above. There is no trying to sift the wheat and the tares, or uphold the best of intentions while bringing up potential problems.
You see, an authentic Christian pro-life response would be 'I do not support any part of a bill that could jeopardize the life of a woman. It looks like this issue was brought up in a hearing and hopefully those trying to limit the modern scourge of abortion to sustain our sex culture in the AIDS pandemic will listen to the appropriate medical advice.' Or something like that. That would say he is about pro-life, opposing the scourge of our abortion culture, and is willing to work with those who share the same concerns when needed, while advancing the parts of the bill that could effectively slow or hinder our modern shame. A credible and respectable approach.
But it isn't the approach Deacon Greydanus took. He simply jumped on the pro-abortion bandwagon that X will cause women to die if X is in any way aimed at stopping abortion. No parsing, no trying to keep the good, or even help those trying to stop this generational disgrace.
Again, we're watching endless numbers of rats jump ship, while other rats join the feeding frenzy because it's giving them a chance to dine on their own pounds of flesh. If 65 million more babies must be murdered - Pope Francis's words - then so be it. It's the price worth paying to avoid being too close to those resisting the new world order.
Those who reject the idea that the last thousand years of Christianity were corrupted by the vile white race, or the whole of the history was corrupted by pre-modern Christians or horrible misogynists and homophobes, will fast be a hated minority within the halls of their own churches.