Despite what Lois Anderson of Maynard may think, not everyone follows the Bible. It’s a poor argument against abortion in a country founded on the separation of church and state.

You can believe whatever you like, based on whatever your religion states. You have a right to practice your religion and the right to let those beliefs inform your decisions about health care.

However, no one retains the right to practice religion at the expense of someone else’s bodily autonomy.

Aileen Clarke

Washington, D.C., formerly of Willmar