In the 46 years since the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court case that made abortion legal, the most vocal opposition has come from the Catholic Church. But in the last few years Evangelicals have begun to widen the ranks of the pro-life movement. Why is this so odd? Traditionally Catholics and Evangelicals, although both are Christians, have historically been at odds doctrinally, and that's putting it mildly. But now they have found common ground, the Southern Baptist Convention has officially created their own pro-life wing. Daniel Darling is the Vice President of the SBC's public policy arm and now heads its 'Evangelicals for Life' movement.