With an assortment of bent churchmen and ministerettes proclaiming that Planned Parenthood is “doing God’s work”–to wit, killing babies and selling off their parts–it’s time to visit the heart of darkness: the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice ( http://rcrc.org/homepage/perspectives/ ).
“Reproductive choice” means abortion.
This is just so great. Read them prattle about “faith traditions such as the Episcopal Church, Presbyterian Church USA, United Church of Christ, United Methodist Church, Unitarian Universalist Association, and Reform, Reconstructionist and Conservative Judaism…” The usual suspects. “Together, these religions [sic] represent 20 million Americans.”
Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain.
All of these “religious” defenders of abortion invoke the lofty-sounding term, “Reproductive Justice.” What is reproductive justice? You know by now to watch out, whenever libs ‘n’ progs use the word “justice.”
Near as I can make out from their website, “reproductive justice” is 1) a mere euphemism for abortion, and 2) a doctrine that states that women and only women may decide whether their babies are to be born or murdered in the womb.
That doesn’t sound like any kind of justice to me.
In the Bible, the first action taken by the institutional Church was to force Aaron to make them a golden calf, so they could worship it.
I wonder if the defense of abortion will be the last act they take.
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I want to pound their smug faces into the ground.
What the Lord has in store for them will be worse.
The Bible goes on to say that the acceptance of homosexuality by a heterosexual is an indication of also having a reprobate mind. It is an overwhelming indication that this person has rejected God in his mind and is now living with a reprobate mind.
“I wonder if the defense of abortion will be the last act they take.”
In the greater scheme of things it may well prove to be. The forces whom oppose the One True God will eventually attack His people. Ezekiel prophesied this in the passages describing God of Magog. They can wrap themselves in a mantle they label as Christian, but the actions of these persons would suggest that they are not living according to the precepts of the Bible.
Some years back, probably in the early nineties, Rush Limbaugh said that if there were ever another civil war in the U.S. it would probably be fought over abortion. I’m not predicting that it will ever actually happen, but the degree of division over this one issue has become immense. What strikes me the most about this is the fact that abortion is an issue that has great spiritual significance. It reduces to the value we place upon life itself and that is usually quite closely tied to whether or not a person believes that all life comes from a Creator and is therefore sacred. (Keep in mind, when God gave Noah permission to eat meat, he also insisted that the blood of the animal, which signify the value of its life, had to be poured out on the ground thereby acknowledging the source and value of that life belonging to the Creator.)
I have never supported abortion in any way, but only in the last few years have I come to realize the scope of this practice. The world reels in horror at the Holocaust which killed roughly 6 million people. Worldwide, abortion claims something on the order of nine times that many lives every year. If someone tries to deny the Holocaust, they are no longer welcome in my home. (The issue has arisen and I respectfully, but very firmly, explained this to a guest not all that long ago.) If million innocent lives lost are of such significance over seventy years after the fact then the mass slaughter of truly innocent lives in abortion should be no less important.