The season of Lent that we’re currently in apparently is having no impact on certain abortionists who claim their Christian faith actually gives them moral grounds for committing abortions.
“I became morally convinced that it was not a conflict of my Christian values to provide abortion care, and in fact it became unethical to me not to do so,” said self-proclaimed (and obvious relativist) Christian abortionist Willie Parker.
He recently published a memoir, “Life’s Work: A Moral Argument for Choice,” in which he wrote, “I believe that as an abortion provider, I am doing God’s work.” He also claims he is protecting women’s right to decide their futures for themselves and to live their lives as they see fit.
Question: isn’t God’s work the child in the womb that these abortionists are destroying?
Sarah Wallett, the medical director at Planned Parenthood Greater Memphis, has been equally outspoken about Christianity as her inspiration for ending the lives of babies in the womb. “I can imagine no person who is in greater need of Christ-like love and excellent medical care than a woman who is faced with an untenable pregnancy, and I am grateful every day to feel thy spirit and thy guiding hand on my work,” she said in a recent interview with the Memphis Daily News.
Who is “thy” in Wallett’s proclamation, I wonder: Christ, our Savior, Who came to us through, of all places, the womb?
She went on to say, “I think part of changing the conversation around all aspects of reproductive healthcare is having open, honest conversations about it. I hope to be able to provide accurate medical facts about this kind of care as well as compassionate, non-judgmental care for my patients.”
First, forgive me for wallowing in semantics, but an “untenable” pregnancy is, in the pro-abortion mindset, simply code for “unwanted” pregnancy. Second, since when do abortionists support “open, honest conversations” about the issue when there is a solid push to undermine pro-life initiatives, such as forcing crisis pregnancy centers to provide information on abortion services, such as is happening in California?
On top of it, if people like Wallet want to “provide accurate medical facts”, they should start with the fact that abortion is not healthcare and abortion comes with documented health risks, which this “caring” community doesn’t care to acknowledge, let alone share with the women about whom they supposedly care.
Above all, no one can call himself a real Christian and ignore God’s Commandment, Thou Shalt Not Kill. These abortionists hide behind their pseudo-Christianity, but take an eraser to any of God’s laws that stand in the way of their anti-God agenda. They can assert all they want that they are doing God’s work, but in reality all they’re really doing is Satan’s bidding -- and, as Satan does best, they have been seriously deceived.
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