Pastor Walter Kim, president of the National Association of Evangelicals, whose organization filed an amicus brief in favor of the Mississippi law, celebrated the Supreme Court's ruling.
“God is the author of life, and every human life from conception to death has inestimable worth,” said Kim in a statement. “Under Roe v. Wade, our ability to consider policies that safeguard life at the most vulnerable stage was severely limited.
“While the Dobbs decision doesn’t resolve all the questions on abortion policy, it does remove an impediment to considering pro-life concerns.”
Kim added that he believes people “must do all we can to support vulnerable women and children and to honor all life.”
“We pray that God would guide our country into a deeper commitment to honor the precious gift of life and to strengthen families as the foundation for a flourishing society,” he added.