I thought I would put this in a short update entry of its own, updating this entry. Christian readers, please pray concerning November 27. Judge Walker has been (inexplicably) permitted by the Nevada Supreme Court to continue his hearings on whether Elisa Bauer's baby is to be aborted, and he is expected to make some kind of decision on November 27. Walker now is apparently using a "best interests" standard, which is (from what I know) more usual in family court than a standard of "what the disabled woman would want if she weren't disabled." Not that this helps much, as it's entirely on the cards that Walker, whose legal excuse for intervening remains entirely cloudy, will decide that it is in Elisa's "best interests" that her child be aborted.
The Bauers' attorney, Jason Guinasso, is prepared to appeal if necessary.
[Update]: A happy surprise. The judge has said from the bench, as of today, that he has taken abortion off the table and will only continue to hold "medical evidentiary hearings" concerning the best way to treat Elisa through the pregnancy. The arrogance of Judge Walker remains in his keeping firm hold on his questionable authority to micro-manage Elisa's care. However, for whatever reason, he seems to have stopped seeking her child's life. We should hope and pray for better care for her in the future so that she isn't allowed to wander and be sexually exploited. We should also pray for the future of her baby, who hopefully will have wonderful adoptive parents.