Archive for October, 2010
October 30, 2010
Your choice on defending Jesus’ “Little Ones”
With the upcoming elections many Christians will again find themselves conflicted between the tenets of Christianity and the issue of abortion. As with every election, the proponents of abortion and the abortion industry have spent millions of dollars euphemizing and politicizing the horrible realities of abortion while demonizing pro-life candidates and distorting their positions.
Earlier this year we initiated our series on Bringing Christians Home On Abortion reaching out to those who have been misled on the truth of abortion in America under Roe v Wade.
But ultimately the decision on whether or not to help empower those who enable the 300,000+ abortions of helpless children in America each year lies between yourself and God.
Category: Bringing Christians Home On Abortion
October 19, 2010
Right on life is invariably right on the critical issues facing our nation
It seemed a legitimate concern. Tea Party rallies focused primarily on fiscal issues – taxes, spending, government controlled healthcare and the size of government. Nary a word about the right to life for all Americans.
No need to worry. The Tea Party backed candidates in the upcoming elections are, as far as we know, all pro-life, most receiving endorsements from prominent pro-life organizations and activists. And it shouldn’t be surprising.
A quick litmus test for candidates to lead us out of our economic morass is, in fact, their position on life.
October 10, 2010
A parish priest’s message for pro-choice Catholics
But messages from the Church hierarchy in America, the US Conference Of Catholic Bishops, have often been mixed. And the words and deeds of numerous members of the Catholic “establishment” have literally been scandalous in attempting to mislead America’s Catholics on their responsibilities in opposing abortion.
Since the 2008 election debacle, a few bishops have asked several notable pro-abortion Catholic legislators and government officials to refrain from presenting themselves at the communion rail. But the responsibility for guiding the Catholic faithful, and protecting their souls, on the issue of life cannot just be laid on the bishops. The guidance and admonitions must come from the parish pulpit, the parish priest.
One priest willing to lay it on the line for his congregation is Father Richard Perozich of Escondido, CA. Father Perozich recently wrote an article on the upcoming elections for his parish bulletin. For those of us wondering “where is the Catholic Church”, Father Perozich provides a clear message that we can hope all Catholics will take to heart.
October 2, 2010
Roe v Wade and the slippery slope to genocide
The majority of Christians who consider themselves “pro-choice” are not whole hearted supporters of abortion. Most would never consider abortion personally, nor support such a decision by a family member or friend. “Pro-choice” for such people simply amounts to “for anyone else, it’s legal and none of my business”.
But ask these same pro-choice Christians about their opinion of Germans who stood silent in 1935 when the Reichstag passed the Nuremberg Laws. The laws which stripped German Jews of their citizenship and legal rights. You’d get almost every answer other than it was “none of the German people’s business”.
Yet the Roe v Wade decision, pro-choice Christian brothers and sisters, promulgates exactly the same inhumanity, denying an entire group of citizens, America’s most helpless citizens, their fundamental right to life as stated in the Declaration Of Independence. Roe is, in fact, nothing less than America’s Nuremberg law.