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Seriously? You Think Abortion Can Be Safe?

California’s governor, Jerry Brown, has signed a bill (AB 154) that would allow non-physicians to perform abortions, and pro-lifers are railing against it.  This is already allowed in several states, including mine. I have to be honest though, I’m not sure that I understand their opposition to this particular bill.

Abortion is nothing more than legalized child murder and abortionists are nothing more than medically trained professionals who kill people instead of healing them, that is a clear fact.  Abortion itself should be opposed, but why spend time and energy fighting this?  Is the pro-life movement really so compromised?  It is really that important that a murderer have the title of “M.D.” after his name?

The pro-life movement is working to keep child murder safe, rare and ultimately, even if unintentionally, legal.  The argument goes like this: “If you don’t have a doctor performing the abortion, the woman (who has contracted with an assassin and has become an active participant in a brutal murder) might get hurt, through either shoddy technique or infection of some sort.”  The director of the National Right to Life’s Western regional office said this bill is “reducing the medical standards for abortion.”  For those with ears to hear, that statement is very revealing.  If all you’re interested in, pro-lifer, is keeping women safe while they kill children, I have but one word for you: REPENT!

When a woman walks in to the abortuary, if you are concerned with only that she is safe, you’re fighting the wrong battle.  This is important, so please hear me.  While we are not overly concerned with the “safety” of abortion (because murder is never safe as the whole point is to willfully and violently end life), neither should we or do we wish harm upon these abortion minded moms. Rather the opposite is true.  We pray that they would, if fact, be totally safe: physically, emotionally, and spiritually from abortion.  Woman are also image bearers of Almighty God, that’s why we simply want abortion to be immediately, totally, and forever abolished.

So repent of this foolishness, pro-lifer.  The only issue worth fighting here is this:  Children are being legally murdered!  Who cares whether it’s a doctor, a nurse practitioner, a midwife, or physicians’ assistant or some thug off the street?  It is legal and culturally acceptable to murder kids.  If you love women and want them to be safe, as we do, stop wasting your time on minutiae such as who gets to perform murder.  Instead, tell the truth in love, teaching and preaching the Gospel to women walking into these “clinics,” knowing that the Word of God never returns empty (Isaiah 55:11).  Educate the culture about the true horror of abortion through public agitation.  Work to abolish human abortion.

 

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A Nation of Hypocrites

“We will insist an atrocity committed with chemical weapons is not only investigated… it must be confronted.”

~President Barack Hussein Obama II

“…delivering chemical weapons against children, is not something we do.”

~President Barack Hussein Obama II

I’m sure that I could find a dozen more quotes just like this one. Certainly, after Monday when the President is set to go on no less than six news/talk shows to tell us why he wants to go to war use military force in a “limited engagement” against Syria, we’ll have enough such quotes that we will be able to fill a small book. Elected Republican and Democrat leaders are suspending their differences to push for this action, as well. Certainly, most Americans and certainly all Abolitionists would agree with this sentiment: The use of chemical weapons against innocent human beings is atrocious. Here’s the hypocrisy: We live in a country in which 3,500 (plus) children are killed each day through abortion, and many of these abortions (read “killings” or “murders”) are carried out via chemicals.

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Farm Team Elections

Election season is here in Washington State.  You may have noticed all of the candidate signs placed around your town; signs for mayor, city council, county council, fire district and other such offices.  These off year elections don’t draw as many voters as in a presidential election year, but it’s still important.  The two mainstream political parties use these elections to build their “farm team;” folks that the parties can build up, train and groom for some higher office at some point.
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UPDATE: 21 Weeks, 6 Days and Still Not A Human?

The Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act has passed the US House of Representatives; 228-196. The pro-abortion folks have wasted no time decrying this as a “far reaching anti-abortion bill” and I’m sure that they’ll use this vote to further their fictional conservative “war on women.”

Boehner abortion tweetAt the same time, the pro-life crowd is slobbering all over themselves in excitement! “See! We did it!” Speaker Boehner even Tweeted that the “Horrors of Gosnell case underscore need to defend unborn life; the House has acted.” See, the unborn are now protected… Unless they were conceived in rape, or incest or if they haven’t reached that arbitrary 22 week benchmark. According to radical pro-abortion leftie Sally Kohn, this bill would only effect 1.5% of all currently legal abortions, leaving 98.5% of currently legal abortions untouched.

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Marysville Needs Jesus: Seattle Abolitionist Society After Action Report

Strawberry paradeThere is more to the abolition work that we do than praying and reaching out to mothers at abortion “clinics,” though that work is important.  Our culture is sick and depraved, and we must engage it to educate and agitate (Agitate: to discuss excitedly and earnestly; to stir up public discussion).  As such, the Seattle Abolitionist Society went to the Marysville Strawberry Festival Grand Parade on Saturday June, 15th.

Judah Ivy, the Society director, and I attended the parade to hand out some literature on abortion and abolition to the attendees.  I must admit that there were far more people at the parade than we had anticipated, and it was a bit overwhelming.  This was a good learning experience, that’s for sure. Continue reading

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Just One More Law

One more law.  One more regulation.  That’s all we need to end abortion in the United States.  That’s it, right?  Well, that’s what we’re told.  It always seems as though we’re but one regulation away from our goal.   “We need a parental notification bill!”  “We need parental consent!”  “We need to make the abortion mill stick to stricter cleanliness standards!”  The theory being that these regulations will cripple the abortion “industry” and thus lead to the end of abortion.  We’re always one regulation away, it seems.

In the not-too-distant past, the Born Alive Infant Protection Act was touted as a great victory.  Continue reading

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The Light of Truth: Graphic Images in the Fight Against Abortion

There has been a lot of controversy surrounding the use of graphic imagery by anti-abortion groups.  Groups like The Anti-Choice Project, The Center For Bioethical Reform and Abolish Human Abortion all use graphic images of murdered pre-born babies to show the pro-choice (read “pro-abortion”) folks exactly what it is that they’re supporting (AHA does not exclusively use these images, it should be noted).  These images are also used in an attempt to rouse inactive or “personally pro-life only” people into action.

Interestingly, much of the criticism comes from pro-life individuals.  Some of the reasons that we hear from some dedicated, traditional pro-lifers against the use of the images are that it’s “unloving” to show these images; “it’s offensive,” and it’s “ineffective.” Continue reading

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