I like to call it Orthodox. But nice try.
Sorry, that's a religious description, not political...try again.
That is like saying committing murder in your heart is worse or the same as actually committing murder. Yes, of course, it is wrong to hate your brother;however, when one gets to the point of acting upon that hate and committing murder it is worse. The same goes with fornication. There are consequences for such actions. Your views are out of line with the Holy Orthodox church.
Did not Christ say:
'Ye have heard that it was said of them of old time, Thou shalt not kill; and whosoever shall kill shall be in danger of the judgment: But I say unto you, That whosoever is angry with his brother without a cause shall be in danger of the judgment: and whosoever shall say to his brother, Raca, shall be in danger of the council: but whosoever shall say, Thou fool, shall be in danger of hell fire'?
And did not the great theologian John the Apostle say:
'Whosoever hateth his brother is a murderer'?
To argue that the physical act is somehow worse than the thought or desire is a type of dualism, of gnosticism, it is to say that the flesh, that is to say matter, is capable of greater evil than the spirit or mind. It attempts to create a dichotomy where none exists. But I'm sure it is a comforting notion to those of us who can conduct ourselves in a socially acceptable manner, but are unable to exercise the same level of control over our thoughts, myself included.
The church absolutely condemns abortion. Whether you find a quote here or there that may seem at first to slightly support your point of view, the church stands united that abortion is murder and that life begins at the moment of conception. If your seminary professors supported abortion, then they are sadly misguided and out of step with the Holy faith.
First, the belief that life begins at conception stems from an incorrect understanding of conception which ignores the biological role of the woman and has no inclination of that fetal development is...you're trying to dogmatize a scientific issue, which is very dangerous, Rome has yet to live down her persecution of the great Astronomers. Secondly, I bring up those in the Church who may not hold your view on the issue of abortion, and you dismiss themout of hand as being unorthodox...yet I am the one being judgemental?