Rebuking the Unholy Pro-Abortion Coalition

By Michael Brown Published on October 20, 2016

Many years ago, while participating in an Operation Rescue sit-in at an abortion clinic near Washington, D.C., I was struck by the make-up of the pro-abortion protesters. They were largely a mix of atheists, Satanists and gays, and they proudly identified as such. What a coalition!

I remember asking myself, “Why would homosexuals be so adamant about this — adamant enough to show up early in the morning to protest our event — when, for the most part, it’s not relevant to their lives, since they’re not having babies?”

To this day, colleagues of mine who share the gospel outside abortion clinics and offer pro-life alternatives are accosted by this same unholy coalition, often led by aggressive LGBT protesters. Why?

Just this week, after I posted some pro-life tweets in the aftermath of the final presidential debate, the two men who immediately challenged my views were a gay pastor and a Satanist.

Was this just a coincidence? I think not.

I had tweeted, “I urge every Hillary supporter to take time to study late term abortion. She aggressively supports this barbarism. Don’t be partner to it.”

The gay pastor argued that, while not being pro-abortion himself, late-term abortions were only done for the life and health of the mother.

The problem with that, of course, is twofold; First, it does not reduce the barbarity of the procedure; second, “the life and health of the mother” can be twisted to mean almost anything, allowing late-term abortions for things like alleged “mental duress.”

So, this gay pastor’s defense of this horrific procedure was baseless. But it was not surprising, given the moral compromise he already lives in as a practicing homosexual who pastors a “gay-affirming” church.

In similar fashion, Harry Knox, a prominent gay activist, moved from leading the religion branch of the Human Rights Campaign to heading up the Religious Coalition on Reproductive Choice. No surprise!

As for the Satanist, he was more direct in his tweets, using mild profanity in attacking me before affirming a woman’s right to choose. This too was no surprise.

Now, I’m fully aware that many women agonize over their decisions to abort and that some of the decisions are gut wrenching and heartbreaking, perhaps even more so with late-term abortions.

Dr. George Tiller, who was murdered by a demented pro-life activist, actually performed baptisms on some of the aborted babies, dressing them up and joining together with the families in what must surely have been one of the most perverted and macabre religious scenes imaginable. He even gave the babies funerals.

Kill the baby, baptize the baby, bury the baby. How sick!

But this leads me back to the question of why, undoubtedly, the vast majority of Satanists, atheists and gays are pro-abortion.

I’m sure that there are, in fact, pro-life atheists and gays, although they must be a small minority in their communities. And I seriously doubt that there are many (or even any?) pro-life Satanists.

So, the question again is: Why?

The Anti-Life

I believe the answer is primarily twofold: First, these people reject biblical morality; second, these people reject the God of life.

As for the first point, it’s obvious that most of these pro-abortionists would not be moved by a scriptural presentation of the pro-life position. It would either be rejected with scorn, as in, “Who cares what your dumb book says?” Or, in the case of those who profess some kind of biblical faith (like the aforementioned gay pastor), it would be met with a reinterpretation of the clear biblical witness, just as other passages must be reinterpreted in order to justify the sinful practices in their lives.

As for the second point, just ask yourself, on average, who has bigger families, Bible-affirming Christians (and Jews who affirm the Hebrew Scriptures), or atheists, Satanists and gays? Who puts more emphasis on babies and children? Who opposes euthanasia more vigorously?

You see, the battle over abortion is not merely a social and political battle. It is also a spiritual battle, which is why I will flatly and unashamedly rebuke professing Christians — especially fellow-leaders — who are strongly “pro-choice.” In reality, they are anti-life.

By all means, let us address holistically the many problems surrounding abortion — including problems of poverty, education, childcare, adoption, family structure, sexual abuse and more — and let us truly be pro-life, from conception until old age and death.

But let us not join together with the forces of darkness that promote abortion on demand until the last day of pregnancy. To do so is to join forces with a coalition from hell. And you can quote me on that.

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  • Marcelo Cardoso

    The LGBT movement is strongly tied with feminism. That’s one of the main reasons.

    • Ben Mizrahi

      Only with radical and communist feminism. Real liberal feminists already achieved their goals in most Western nations.

    • Gregory Peterson

      Yes it is.

      People of good will regard respecting women and LGBT people as you would like others to respect yourself as one of the core principles of morality.

  • Daniel

    I think the answer is found in Romans, chapter 1.

    • Ben Mizrahi

      Yes, especially the first section.

  • Dwight Welch

    I keep feeling famous by being included in articles like this.

    But it did remind me how many anti gay slurs me and my friends would receive when we were clinic escorts. Many of us were LGBT, folks not likely to get pregnant.

    Dr. Brown asks why.

    I think it is because we recognize what it is like to have our bodies regulated, our bodily integrity condemned, our futures circumscribed by religious prescriptions that do not have our interests at heart.

  • 54Forty

    Anti-life, atheists, Satanists and gays. Just different names for the Molech followers 2,000 years ago. And always the child sacrifice.
    (Interesting thought Dr. Brown- is Molech just a perversion of Meleck in Hebrew- the King? מלך

    • Ben Mizrahi

      Many people think Molech is indeed a perversion of “Melech” (king in borh modern and biblical Hebrew). If this is true (and I believe it is), then the ramfification goes beyond the abortion crusade as one of the name of the false god of the Muslims is “Al Malik” (“the King” in Arabic) which explain why they are so eager to sacrifice their own children on the altar of Jihad.

      • 54Forty

        Good expansion and insight- thank you.

      • Gregory Peterson

        “Al Malik” is the Islamic version of “King of Kings”. It’s one of the 99 names of God in Islam..

        It compares to “King of kings” in 1 Timothy 6:15 and in the Book of Revelation, 17:14 and 19:16. See also Psalm 5:2.

        “Melech Malchei HaMelachim” (King of the king of kings), is one of the names of God in Judaism, according to the excessively handy Wikipedia.

        You might try that “good will” thing some day.

        • Ben Mizrahi

          I do not recall the God of the Christians requiring human sacrifice. In might have occured in some extreme sects ofOrthodox Judaism in Medieveal Europe according to some researchers but even those same researchers admit that the phenomenon was extremely minuscule.

          • Gregory Peterson

            I have no idea where you got that human sacrifice thing.

          • Ben Mizrahi

            From Ariel Toaff’s book: ” Passovers of Blood: The Jews of Europe and Ritual Murders”

          • Gregory Peterson

            “Confessions” coerced by torture are hardly reliable sources. The question is why would Toaff and you believe them?

          • Ben Mizrahi

            Do You have any non Jewish sources that those confessions were obtained by anything more forceful than Shin Bet and CIA methods?

  • O’Pinyon

    Perhaps it is comforting to have company when shaking one’s fist at God.
    What these lost souls do not know is that God Himself came down and allowed Himself to be
    nailed, naked, to a cross, so He could be the company they seek.

  • Robbins Mitchell

    Those “gays” need to read my ground breaking book on the subject…”The Erotic Inadequacies of the F@g Pee Pee”

  • ArthurMcGowan

    The sad thing is, you can’t baptize a dead person, so Tiller and his clients were staging a charade.

    • Ben Mizrahi

      Maybe Tiller’s clients were Mormons.

  • Markus

    Pro-choice really means pro-murder and pro-gay really means pro-perversion

    • Gregory Peterson

      That’s pathetic. You’re accusing all women who have had abortions of being murderers. Are you putting your money where your mouth is?

      Are you demanding laws that treat women who have had abortions as murderers? Are you supporting programs to reduce the number of abortions, such as comprehensive sex ed, widely available and affordable birth control methods, economic support such as affordable childcare, paid family leave, job protections etc, programs that work at remediation of income inequality and pockets of poverty, rural and urban?

      Disparaging loving minority adult relationships as just being about sinful sexual lusts has been done before in America… and didn’t do out society much good at all.

  • Katherine Shaffer

    I was born in the 50s to a very poor couple living in a junk car body who had already given two children away. I was adopted by a loving Christian family. If I had been born in the 90s I might have been an abortion statistic. I am very pro life, every child is a gift from God and thanks to my adopted mom I am a follower of Jesus.

    • Gregory Peterson

      I was born with a genetic time bomb set to go off in adulthood. It was partially defused by Nobel Prize winning research.

      While I enjoy and appreciate life, had I been miscarried (my parents wanted children and abortions were illegal and dangerous), I wouldn’t have had to deal with it.

      It’s difficult and downright scary to think of non-existence, though.

      I am old enough to remember the pre-Roe v Wade era, and I don’t want it to return. It truly was the bad old days.

  • Patmos

    Gay pastor? Pastor of what exactly? Certainly not the gospel of Jesus Christ, and the authority given to believers. May God open the eyes of those this gay pastor is deceiving, while also opening the gay pastor’s eyes so that while also no longer being deceived, he may deceive no more.

    • Mr. M

      Trump supporter?

      • Dean Bruckner

        Satan supporter?

        • Mr. M

          “Satan” doesn’t exist.

          • Dean Bruckner

            Google “No one believes in me anymore” by Keith Green.

          • Ben Mizrahi

            Neither Your economic understanding assuming You support Clinton or Stein.

  • Gregory Peterson

    What a calloused essay that sneers at even the concept of compassion. How do you even sleep at night?

    • Rick Collins

      Where is the compassion for babies that are torn limb from limb in the womb?

      • Mr. M

        Where is the compassion for those babies once they are born and need federal assistance if they are born to a poor mother?

        • Gregory Peterson

          Late term abortions are rare and usually done for the most dire reasons. Dr. Brown can’t be bothered to care.

          • Dean Bruckner

            Thousands and thousands of them, and often done for the most shallow and selfish of reasons. Kermit Gosnell is the poster child of the gruesome culture of death that you glorify.

          • Gregory Peterson

            Kermit Gosnell is a very horrible person who so richly deserves spending the rest of his life in prison.

            If you’re going to use the old racist-like tactic of using one criminal to tar everyone who support legal abortion procedures as being like him, then let’s talk about pastors who have been convicted of murders, child molestation, embezzling…

            Where are the reliable sources for your statement that women are having late term abortions “done for the most shallow and selfish of reasons?”

          • Dean Bruckner

            Abortion is a crime, morally and spiritually speaking, one that will be punished and avenged by Almighty God someday, in his time and without our aid. It is a defect in our juris “prudence” that seven black robed philosopher kings used the Constitution as toilet paper and “legalized” infanticide in 1973, leading to the murder of 54 million beautiful pre-born baby Americans to date.

            Search for Norma McCorvey and Bernard Nathanson pro-life on the internet and you will find all the documentation you need to repent of your hardness of heart. We all need to repent from time to time, but we need to do it NOW when we have the time.

          • Gregory Peterson

            They did not legalize infanticide. I suggest that you repent of your idolatry and see what the Bible says about revilers.

            You want to reduce the number of abortions, first, you have to have some curiosity about who, what, when, where and why. You have to listen to actual people, instead of curiously incurious, cheap shot propagandists like Dr. Brown.

            If you want to reduce the numbers of a abortions, something I do support, you work for comprehensive sex ed in our schools. You make contraceptives widely available and inexpensive, if not free. You work for workplace protections for women and families, such as paid leave for parents of newborns and affordable childcare. You work to reduce our shamefully segregated pockets of poverty and our growing income inequality. All that, of course, costs money that conservatives don’t want to spend.

            You put your money where your mouth is. Instead, religious-right activists like Dr. Brown are just about getting paid for creating the politics of privilege and resentment instead of being advocates for compassion and responsibility.

          • Dean Bruckner

            You lie, like your Father, the Father of Lies.

            Sex ed, Planned Parenthood style, is designed to increase promiscuity and abortions, and it works. Margaret Sanger, the unholy saint of PP, was notoriously promiscuous and used then-acceptable racism to batter down society’s defenses against then-unacceptable promiscuity.

            Pearls before swine, I’m afraid, trying to talk to you.

          • Gregory Peterson

            Nonsense. Pathetic and pernicious nonsense. People who have comprehensive sex ed know how to not get pregnant or get a woman pregnant.

            So what you really object to is not abortion, but women in control of their sexuality… women who don’t have to answer to the likes of you.

          • Dean Bruckner

            What you object to is the loving and just rule of the Creator over his creation, including yourself. That rebellion will not end well.

            Hear the words of Psalm 2, written 3,000 years ago before your personal rebellion:

            Why do the nations rage
            and the peoples plot in vain?
            The kings of the earth set themselves,
            and the rulers take counsel together,
            against the Lord and against his Anointed, saying,
            “Let us burst their bonds apart
            and cast away their cords from us.”

            He who sits in the heavens laughs;
            the Lord holds them in derision.
            Then he will speak to them in his wrath,
            and terrify them in his fury, saying,
            “As for me, I have set my King
            on Zion, my holy hill.”

            I will tell of the decree:
            The Lord said to me, “You are my Son;
            today I have begotten you.
            Ask of me, and I will make the nations your heritage,
            and the ends of the earth your possession.
            You shall break them with a rod of iron
            and dash them in pieces like a potter’s vessel.”

            Now therefore, O kings, be wise;
            be warned, O rulers of the earth.
            Serve the Lord with fear,
            and rejoice with trembling.
            Kiss the Son,
            lest he be angry, and you perish in the way,
            for his wrath is quickly kindled.
            Blessed are all who take refuge in him.

            Today is an age of grace, when all men and women can repent. Soon this will end, and then nothing can be done to change one’s eternal destiny. I urge you, repent!

          • Gregory Peterson

            As if the greedy, self privileging bibliolatry and lack of any concept of intellectual integrity endemic in the religious right gives any spokesman or commentator any moral authority to lecture anyone on God, let alone abuse scripture in such a petty extortionist way.

          • Dean Bruckner

            Go back and read your lecturing comment to Michael Brown at the top of this thread. Have you no self-awareness? Calloused? Sneering? Physician, heal thyself.

          • Gregory Peterson

            I’m familiar with Dr. Brown’s smug, self-privileging, self-righteous propaganda. It’s fascinating to study how he puts it together. His essay above is a classic.

            I think that it was the great novelist Muriel Spark who recommended ridicule and satire against professional bullies like Dr. Brown…and he so richly deserves it, too.

          • Gregory Peterson

            When has Dr. Brown ever practiced intellectual integrity if it gets in the way of his greedy propaganda for white male privilege?

          • Ben Mizrahi

            Oh, now We know Your true intention Gregory Peterson. Your sole desire is to destroy the White race, who is facing genocide all over the world by the leftist elite that encourages non White immigration, abortion of White babies, homosexuality in Western society (where are the so -called “LGBT rights” groups in Japan? South Korea? Africa?) and the promotion of miscegnation.

          • Gregory Peterson

            Thank you for inadvertently helping me make my argument.

            The main LGBT rights group in Japan is OCCUR.

            In S. Korea, the main LGBT rights groups are:

            Solidarity for LGBT Human Rights of Korea
            Chingusai
            Korean Sexual Minority Culture and Rights Center
            Lesbian and Gay Alliance Against Discrimination in Korea (LGAAD
            Korea),
            Lesbian Counseling Center in S. Korea (Kirikiri)

          • Duke of Dixieland

            Big deal

          • Ben Mizrahi

            Those groups are irrelevant, nothing but the inadverent spread of degenerate anti White ideas into the rest of the developed world. Those organisation do not hold the power over society that their Western equivalents enjoy.

          • Dean Bruckner

            Don’t you get it? Like prostitution and other murder, abortion is vice, and vice CANNOT be done virtuously. Every abortionist, and every abortion facility, if given enough time, will descend to the pit of hell status that characterized Kermit Gosnell’s “facility.” The willful blindness of so many Pennsylvania government officials who refused to know, and to stop, what he was doing is an integral part of the vice, the Big Lie, of abortion.

            You share the same blindness, apparently, and will share in the punishment one day to be justly meted out by Almighty God, without any aid from any of us.

            Please, repent while there is still time. Jesus paid for these sins, and all sins–yours and mine–on the cross and rose again to show that payment was accepted. Repent and believe in his salvation!

        • Dean Bruckner

          You are pretty good there at taking money from other people by force and giving it to still
          other people so you can feel virtuous. Pro-life people are the most compassionate and giving people in the world. We do good with our OWN money that God enabled us to earn.

          Stop spreading lies and slander about pro-lifers who give many times more in charity than feel-good, do-bad Progressives.

          • Gregory Peterson

            Your rather obvious, irresponsible, calloused and greedy social darwinism is hardly making your point.

        • Ben Mizrahi

          You mean just like the taxpayer is forced to pay for those abortions?

    • calduncan

      You define “compassionate” as “people who think just like me.”

      Obviously you have no clue what real compassion is.

      • Gregory Peterson

        I define compassion as being concerned about the health and welfare of other people. An embyro and a fetus are not ‘persons,’ though a compassionate society will be concerned with helping women have healthy pregnancies.

        • Dean Bruckner

          They are just as human as you. God will bring fiery vengeance on those who destroy his little ones. Repent while there is still time!

          • Gregory Peterson

            “Do as I say or God will hurt you.” The Bible condemns extortion, you know.

          • Dean Bruckner

            Don’t do as I say; do as God says. If you think God is extorting from you the praise, glory and obedience you rightly owe him, you are in a pitiable state.

          • Gregory Peterson

            I’m pretty sure that you’re not God.

            God isn’t extorting me, then. You are the one trying it.

          • Dean Bruckner

            Public safety worker: The bridge is out ahead. Please turn around and take the detour.

            Gregory Peterson: You bigot! You hateful person! You, you, you…extortionist! You are a control freak, trying to make me do what you want. You are calloused and sneering! You obviously don’t think people can make decisions for themselves! You SO lack intellectual integrity! I don’t have to answer to the likes of YOU! Your power and privilege and greedy love of money have taken all compassion away from you!

            Public safety worker: [shakes head and stands back]

          • Gregory Peterson

            How could I possibly make you do what I want? I don’t know you and I don’t want to, either.

            The religious right is the movement that doesn’t want women to make difficult decisions about their own lives, as if the likes of Dr. Brown should, instead.

            If I really loved power and money, I wouldn’t have chosen public service (a family tradition). My retirement income is modest. It’s not like I’m rich and powerful.

            I have no idea where you got that “Public safety worker” thing.

          • Dean Bruckner

            You missed the whole point, incredibly. It’s a script from a play.

            The words after your name are all the things YOU have said on this very thread! Like a public safety worker, I am warning you that you are headed for destruction, and you respond with a torrent of abuse and invective. YOU! That you don’t recognize YOUR OWN WORDS shows that you have zero self awareness, like every Progressive apart from God’s grace.

            I never thought you would not recognize a script.

          • Gregory Peterson

            I’m much too old for unicorns. I sold my cars when I came down with an inner ear disease and thought that I could never drive safely again. Unexpectedly, it got better and I can drive safely again, for which I’m grateful, but I had discovered that I can get by just fine renting one now and then.

            I’m not exactly sure why you think that a practical, low carbon impact car is something o ridicule., though having had a 1962 Lincoln Continental, it’s not like I can be smug about anything like that.

            Why would I question a person in a neon reftroreflective vest? I certainly respect authorities.

            You’re not one of them.

    • Ben Mizrahi

      Can You please define “compassion”? Last time I cheked, “compassion” has no objective definition.

      • Gregory Peterson

        What do you mean by that?

        • Ben Mizrahi

          I mean that You accuse Fr. Brown of lacking “compassion” without defining what compassion is, even though You know this term has subjective and has therefore almost endless number of definitions (which make it a useless term anyway).

          • Gregory Peterson

            Yes the term “compassion” is subjective. But compassion starts with curiosity. Why is that person or that group of people in need? Is that person or group really in need? Do they need of my attention? How can I help? Can I really help? What do you want me to do that helps you?

            Where are those questions in the essay? He doesn’t pay the least attention to the women who have had late term abortions. I say the’s too much a coward to do that as being a bully pays better.

          • Dean Bruckner

            Your curiosity is curiously shortened when it comes to the needs of the unborn. Your hypocrisy is unbecoming.

          • Gregory Peterson

            The “unborn.” You make fetuses sound like mini-zombies.

            We know what women need for healthy pregnancies and healthy babies.

            And we know that “conservatives” don’t want them to have it if it raises your taxes even a penny or two.

          • Dean Bruckner

            Only a cruel and heartless Progressive (but I repeat myself) would compare a beautiful living baby to a rotting corpse. Do you even listen to yourself?
            How much of your OWN money have you given to support women and children and other charities, apart from what the government takes by force?

          • Gregory Peterson

            I did no such thing. I compared YOUR shameless abuse of the language with another genre of fiction.

            The government doesn’t take money from me by force. This is my country and I’m responsible for some of the upkeep. Conservative should try that responsibility thing some day.

            Dr. Brown wrote the essay and I’m suggesting that he doesn’t appear to put his money where his mouth is and that he lacks a moral curiosity.

          • Dean Bruckner

            Dr. Brown is the one who lacks a moral curiosity? Now I’ve heard everything. He is curious why these seemingly unconnected ideologies (Satanists, pro-choice activism and gay activism) find common cause. He digs into his world view and comes up with a credible answer. How is that not curiosity, followed by an attempt to explain it based on God’s word and his own experience?

            Re. taxes, yes, I pay taxes willingly when they are just. But try not paying your taxes, for whatever reason, and you will see the guns show up when the rubber hits the road. It is ultimately by force indeed, and your dismissal of it is an indication of sloppy thinking on your part.

            As far as shameless abuse of the language, you and other Progressives set the standard for that. Murder of a baby before birth is “choice,” “reproductive freedom,” “removal of a product of conception,” and all kinds of similar lies. Hillary Clinton calls taxing and spending “investment.” If that’s so, what is her calculated Return on Investment (ROI) for each one? Don’t hold your breath waiting for that answer. In Washington, growth of a budget line item at a slower rate is called a “cut,” and they actually talk as if there is a “Social Security Trust Fund.”

            Fact is, Progressives tell lies, one after another, and try to force others to lie with them, so that the Big Lie of Progressivism can’t be seen rotting under the withering light of reality. That’s where Leftist speech codes come in.

            As I said, your hypocrisy is unbecoming.

          • Gregory Peterson

            “He is curious why these seemingly unconnected ideologies (Satanists, pro-choice activism and gay activism) find common cause.”

            No, he just lined up his favorite scapegoats for a public beating.

            His anecdote about Dr. George Tiller actually illustrates why those late term abortions were done. The fetus obviously was not living or could not live. The mother had expected that a child would soon be in her loving arms, and needed ritual and closure to deal with her tragedy. I sure hope she hasn’t read Dr. Brown, who presumes ill will in everyone who isn’t all about the furthering the politics of white male heterosexual privilege and resentment.

            The higher ideals of the Gay rights movement has always been about equality for those, like LGBT people, are disempowered and oppressed.

            Taxing and spending can be an investment. Why, for starters, do you think that every state has state tech schools, universities, community colleges, and public schools?

            There is no “baby before birth,” except in the mental projection of an expectant mother who longs to hold her baby in her loving arms.

            Part of the social construct of “baby” is that which you can hold in your loving arms.

          • Dean Bruckner

            “No, he just lined up his favorite scapegoats for a public beating.”

            I find your lack of curiosity most disturbing! I can tell you one thing; if I were to pick someone to babysit my kids, it absolutely wouldn’t be Satanists, gay activists or abortion activists. Dr. Brown, on the other hand, seems trustworthy. I would need to know him better, but he is light years more qualified than people in those groups.

            But there you go again, perverting the English language to cover for your lies. If an OB/GYN listens to a fetal heartbeat and it sounds good, he or she says, “You baby’s heartbeat sounds good; do you want to listen?” I’ve been there!

            Only by first dehumanizing a preborn human baby can you justify shoving a sharp pair of scissors into the base of her head, sucking out her brain and crushing her skull, all without anesthesia. That is what partial birth abortion IS! You are suppressing the truth because your conscience can’t stand to face it.

          • Gregory Peterson

            Yes, I’m sure the OB/GYN says “your baby.” But it’s your fetus. It’s “your baby” by your mental projection of the fetus into the future when you can hold it in your arms.

            Most abortions are done in the first trimester with drugs.

            If you want to discourage late term pregnancies, and everyone does, improve the well being and material lives of women and children. That, of course, is what Sec. Clinton has been trying to do since college.

            Put your money and talents where your mouth is, like she has. (Granted, she’s exceptional in making money and raising funding on a global scale, but do what you can, where you can.)

            Demand that your schools to teach age appropriate comprehensive sex ed. Demand easily available and affordable contraceptives. All those things reduce the number of abortions without diminishing the lives and personal autonomy of women.

          • Dean Bruckner

            The LORD rebuke you!

          • Gregory Peterson

            Telling God what to do… What a pathetic response.

  • Chi @Oh_that_chick

    I am not surprised that those groups found affinity with each other at all. I serve a living God and reject all other ideologies as false.

    • Ben Mizrahi

      Amen, I rebuke all worshipers of false gods and demons, wherever Atheists, homosexuals, Satanists or Muslims.

  • M Didaskalos

    It gets worse. The proud rebellion against God and His Word isn’t only an individual insurrection. It’s institutional.

    The homosexual-pastor-ordaining ELCA (Evangelical Lutheran Church in America), in its SELF-funded employee health plan, pays for abortion for ANY reason up to 20 weeks. Since the 1990s, the ELCA has been using members’ offering dollars to fund the dismemberment of God’s preborn creations.

    Dr. Brown rightly rebukes the soulless apostasy of anti-life “Christians,” whether individual or corporate like the ELCA.

    God rebukes them as well: “Rescue those who are unjustly sentenced to death; don’t stand back and let them die. Don’t try to avoid responsibility by saying you didn’t know about it. For God knows all hearts, and He sees you. He keeps watch over your soul, and He knows you knew! And He will judge all people according to what they have done.” (Proverbs 24:11-12)

    • Ben Mizrahi

      Thank goodness My Lutheran church in Israel is not involved in such abomination. I am sure the ELCA is the representative of the false “progressive” Lutherans in the US.

  • calduncan

    The article raises a great question: Why would homosexuals have any opinions at all about abortion? Isn’t it obvious: They envy normal families, and normal families have babies in the normal way. A normal woman is happy to be bearing a child. Homosexuals like to see people behaving in abnormal ways. Abnormality loves company.

    • Ben Mizrahi

      Homosexual know deep inside that they are biologically defective, this is why they are driven to destroy the huuman soecies by the demonic forces that control them.

      • Gregory Peterson

        That’s disgusting bigotry in the extreme… and very racist-like as well.

        I have a genetic disease so I really am “biologically defective.” Do you think that errant chromosome was caused by “demonic forces that control me?” Do you disapprove of the Nobel Prize winning research that keeps me, and therefore, those “demonic forces” alive?

        • Ben Mizrahi

          Sinc when are homosexuals and genetically defective people cosntitute a race?

    • Gregory Peterson

      GLBT people support equality and empowerment for women as well as for other minorities.

      Ideally, all women would be happy bearing a child, but we don’t live in an ideal world. Things simply go wrong inside and outside of the womb. You either trust women or you don’t.

  • Ben Mizrahi

    Again, good article Mr. Brown! While I do not agree with all of Your positions (esopecially those that concern the Jews or the theocratic State of Israel), I do agree with You that pro-choice position cannot be argued from scripture, and I would add, not even from political economy as allowing women to terminate their own fetuses necessarily reduce the fertility rate in the nation, often times to below the minimal levels needed in order to preserve the economy.

  • Gregory Peterson

    Many Gay couples I know do have children. They also have sisters, female relatives and friends, mothers, Are you saying that LGBT people shouldn’t love and care for straight people>

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