Before reading resolution 6 of the SBC meeting in June 2003 I had assumed all major Baptists groups (SBC etc.) where always consistently against abortion no matter what. Are there any other other major Baptist groups which have been or are supportive abortion rights. _________________________________________________ Portion of Resolution 6/ SBC Annual Meeting June 2003 WHEREAS, Resolutions passed by the Southern Baptist Convention in 1971 and 1974 accepted unbiblical premises of the abortion rights movement, forfeiting the opportunity to advocate the protection of defenseless women and children; and WHEREAS, During the early years of the post-Roe era, some of those then in leadership positions within the denomination endorsed and furthered the “pro-choice” abortion rights agenda outlined in Roe v. Wade; and WHEREAS, Some political leaders have referenced 1970s-era Southern Baptist Convention resolutions and statements by former Southern Baptist Convention leaders to oppose legislative efforts to protect women and children from abortion; and....... _______________________________________________ Thankfully this new resolution goes on to totally repudiate the previous older resolutions referenced above. And the SBC did a similar thing with racism. Made me curious as to what other changes or flip-flops in moral teaching has occured for Baptists during the last 100 years. Are there things which Baptist find morally acceptable now that there grandparents or great-grand parents would't have accepted as being moral (ie How is divorced viewed, when is it acceptable has this view changed in the last 100 years.) Thanks for you replies in advance.