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“Christian Abortionists”: They Are of Their Father, the Devil

Nov 12, 2017

When Jesus was involved in a heated exchange with the fake believers of his day, he called them out in no uncertain terms. While they were going on about having Abraham as their father, Jesus cut to the quick and said they actually had the devil as their father.

They certainly were not real children of God. If they were, they would have believed Jesus and done works worthy of repentance. But they did evil, because God was NOT their father. You can read all about this in John 8. But here I want to look at another group of fake believers.

Consider this: Christian liars. Christian thieves. Christian murderers. Christian fornicators. Christian rapists. Christian abortionists. These phrases are what are known as oxymorons. They cannot be true because the two elements cancel each other out. They are a contradiction in terms.

Let me focus on one such fake group: “Christian abortionists”. Yes, there actually are people who claim to be such things. If they are not doing the baby killing themselves, they are at least fully supporting it. And all the while they actually claim to be children of God. These are just the sort of people Jesus had to deal with.

In fact, the very verse I alluded to above nicely ties all this together. In John 8:44 we read this: “You belong to your father, the devil, and you want to carry out your father’s desires. He was a murderer from the beginning, not holding to the truth, for there is no truth in him.”

Let me make things real plain for you: abortionists are murderers. They are of their father the devil. They are NOT Christians and can never be, unless they repent and renounce this satanic work. Murdering babies and praising Jesus is simply a diabolical disconnect on steroids.

But as I say, unfortunately, there are such folks out there. There would be many examples of this. They are utterly nauseating, but they must be brought to light. Let me just offer a few of them here:

-A Planned Parenthood medical director says that being raised as a Christian convinced her that performing abortion is “the most important thing I will ever do.” Dr. Sarah Wallett, the medical director of at Planned Parenthood Greater Memphis Region, writes in an article posted on Refinery29 that she was “raised in a Christian home in Lexington,” South Carolina.
“My family went to church regularly, said prayers before meals, and I was taught from childhood that it was my duty to help people in need and leave the world a better place than I found it,” she writes. “The patients I see every day are so clearly people in need — and the medical care I provide them is both life-changing and, in many circumstances, life-saving. The compassion and empathy I learned from my Christian faith are fundamental to my work.”

-Local pro-life advocates in Chicago will protest tonight at an event featuring an abortion practitioner who calls himself a Christian abortionist. Pro-life advocates will gather at 5 p.m. today west of the Chicago Loop to oppose the claims of abortionist Willie Parker. The Pro-Life Action League will be advocating for the sanctity of life and sharing the grim reality of abortion with the public, outside of a fundraising party for a group that trains doctors and medical students to do abortions. Parker declares, “I believe that as an abortion provider, I am doing God’s work.”

-Amy Hagstrom Miller is the key abortion activist behind the U.S. Supreme Court case Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt, which challenges a life-saving Texas law. She told pro-abortion writer Valerie Tarico: “I was raised in a liberal Christian tradition, and I come to the work because of that background, not in spite of it. The Jesus that I was taught about would be holding the hands of women inside the clinic; he wouldn’t be screaming at them. Acting on Christian principles is holding the hands of people at difficult times in their lives, and being supportive and nonjudgmental and kind. That is very much what we bring to the work. I don’t know how to say it more clearly than that.”

-The Baptist minister [Susan Chorley] said her decision to have an abortion was “wrenching,” and it left her feeling “sad” with a sense of “loss.” Still, she justified her decision to abort her second child 12 years ago. She wrote: “I was serving in a congregation in New England at the time I realized I was pregnant. I was far away from family and friends. I had always imagined I would have a second child and I knew that it would be a struggle on our family financially as well as add to the stress of our marriage, which was starting to fall apart. I didn’t want to bring a baby into the world that would feel it was a burden—and I prayed to God to help me make the best decision I could in a situation that seemed impossible. Faith is so much more than judging right from wrong.”

-Self-proclaimed “Christian abortionist” Dr. Willie Parker blamed the attempted murder of newborn infant in a California McDonald’s restroom on the pro-life community. Parker posted on Facebook, “When women r shamed 4 sexuality & their ability to control their bodies is taken away, these r the tragedies we see.” Employees at a McDonald’s restaurant grew concerned when a cashier didn’t return from repeated trips to the restroom. Co-workers checking on the young woman, Sarah Lockner, found a “bloody mess on the floor surrounding the stall occupied by the woman.

-It’s the usual-usual from the organization originally named Catholics for a Free Choice. The front cover portion gives you the message. The headline reads, “Abortion in Good Faith” (the name for the campaign) with the subhead making the have-it-both-ways case: “It is because of my Catholic faith, not in spite of it, that I support women who make conscience-based decisions to have an abortion.” (Signed mother and grandmother.)

-More than a dozen religious leaders from a variety of denominations gathered last week to support abortion and “bless” a Cleveland abortion facility. The “blessing” of the Preterm facility was initiated and coordinated by Rev. Laura Young, a Methodist priestess and the executive director of The Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice’s (RCRC) Ohio chapter. “Bless this building,” prayed Rev. Tracey Lind, Dean of Cleveland’s Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, at the abortion facility. “May its walls stand strong against the onslaught of shame thrown at it. May it be a beacon of hope for those who need its services.”

On and on I could go with these examples. There seems to be no end to them. This is deception with a capital D. These folks dare to claim the name of Christ as they kill the most defenceless, innocent and vulnerable among us. They are just the sort of folks who thought they had God on their side as the ones Jesus had to deal with long ago.

As I said, these folks are not Christians. They are sons and daughters of the devil. Unless they renounce the works of Satan and repent big time, their fate will be the same as that of those Jesus denounced 2000 years ago.

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11 Responses to “Christian Abortionists”: They Are of Their Father, the Devil

  • Thank you for this post. It drives me up the wall when i see “christian” before or after a word or title that is the opposite to what our Saviour stands for. Sadly, more often than not, such statements are made by the Rev MS such and such or Pastor Ms such and such. We “the body” have allowed these things to come to pass because we have not followed Gods Word. I’m afraid it’s all coming “home to roost”. We’ve allowed non believers to use our Church to marry, allowed non believers to have their children baptized (so they can enroll in private schools), we’ve allowed women to become “pastors” and “priests” to name just few compromises. We are all concerned about Homosexuals demanding to be “married” in the Church and by our clergy but I think that will be the least of our problems. Mark my words, it won’t be too far down the road when atheist Homosexual “parents” will be demanding the baptism of their child and there will be nothing to stop them. Why? because we opened the door for them.

  • So deceived which is 😭 Christian pro-choice are. Why not adopt the baby out instead of abortion?

  • Hey – what about Christian evolutionists?
    Don’t forget that all these bad symptoms depend on evolution in order to grow like cancer – so that’s the real enemy here. It is the removal of the Bible’s status as the truth and replacing it with the lie of evolutionary history that has created this big fat mess. Follow the downhill history – promotion of false religions, hedonism, sexual misconduct, materialism, banning prayer, celebrating every alternative to Christianity, attacking Christian expression and beliefs, promoting abortion, homosexuality, and now we have the absurd trans movement… of all things!
    Sorry folks, we did not evolve from pond scum, and to Christian evolutionists – God did not create us that way either. Just like the trans fad, evolution is based on pseudo science.
    e.g. Scientific case for chemicals turning into life? Zilch.
    See if you can find an abortion activist who does not believe we evolved. Better still – see if there exists any abortionist Christians who believe the Bible is the true history of the world.
    While believing evolution does not immediately delete your salvation, it is a potent argument. Some Christians can live with the dichotomy, but rarely their children or grandchildren. It is those generations that we are seeing in action today. Their ancestors dropped the ball when they responded to evolution by rolling over and embracing it.
    And that generation is in danger of being euthanized by the generation that was in danger of being aborted.

  • Thanks Bill and Carlos.
    No quotes of “christian” abortionists in Australia?
    Have we yet to witness these depths of deptavity here?

  • Julyan, you will find no mention of abortion, aka TOP, here is Australia because the left wing press and the LGBTWIQZZZZZ would not permit it. Make no mistake here in the Southern Land of the Holy Spirit, we (i.e. Catholics/Christians/Jews, who have been handed on a sacred tradition on trust) seem unable to find a way through the labyrinthine barricades that fools put up, they who still think that a “clump of cells” (as someone dear to me recently stated) could ever turn out to be a unique creation of God as His latest son or daughter sent to us – to us all, not just to one particular woman/girl.
    And the pattern will go on as long as we content ourselves with having a blog-post-talk fest. We have no real voice without action. No one to stand up to the fiendish way the world (also given to us on trust) is going. We need ACTION, and we need it now. The silent majority has been silent and silenced for far too long, 50+ years and counting. God have mercy on me for contributing to this new Holocaust by my silence, failure to act and to run from any sort or true Christian martyrdom. God save us all.
    Rev Father Kim Watson

  • Parker declares, “I believe that as an abortion provider, I am doing God’s work.”
    Well, yes in a sense he is. Stephen Paddock [the Las Vegas mass shooter] and Devin Patrick Kelley [the Texas Baptist church mass shooter] were also doing God’s work. God creates life and takes life and only God has the right to do this. Parker, et al., have usurped what belongs only to God; they have made themselves God–breaking the First Commandment.

  • Thanks so much for exposing the truth and the false justifications of those who follow Satan and not God……

  • This is very good and I enjoy all you write. I share what you with others. I sometimes have someone say they would read more of than but it is too long. All you write is good so keep writing.

  • Tim Lovett you speak the truth on evolution. Evolution is a big lie to place a wedge between Christians and God. As predicted in the Scriptures there will be (and now is) a big falling away, meaning an abandonment of the truth. Our educational systems are playing a major role in this by teaching the theory of evolution. What can we do about it? Not much really apart from speaking out the truth to as many people as possible armed with the science and the Bible in their proper context to show how science actually destroys myths like the Big Bang and evolution, and better supports the Biblical Creation. Science however won’t explain it all since it’s only about the natural Universe. God created the Universe supernaturally so that’s beyond the bounds of science. That’s where the Bible takes over.

  • The problem is seen in the nutshell in the statement “the Jesus that I was taught.” While people are taught a false Jesus, who apparently ignores the Father, then these sorts of things are what we will see. Unlike what (lies) these people are saying, the issues with poverty are not cured by killing our young.

    We should never ever forget that people not only need to be born, they also need to be born again.

  • That is so depressingly sad. They are potentially leading many people to sin.
    Isaiah 5:20

    20 Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!

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