After releasing polling information that reinforces the need for practical and productive dialogue about reducing abortion, the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE) has launched a program to get churches on the front line in fighting the issue. But one conservative writer is skeptical about the approach. columnist Marcia Segelstein thinks the objective of lowering the abortion rate is admirable, but she notes that how to go about it is the big question. The NAE wants to create dialogue, which she says sounds right — but if the discussion points to contraception and how to use it, the columnist feels that is the wrong approach.

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