Which Pastors/Churches Publicly Rejoiced With The Supreme Court Ruling That Abortion Is Not A Constitutional Right?

Craig HueyAbortion, Bible, Church, Current Events, Supreme Court3 Comments

I asked readers to let me know what happened at their church the Sunday after the Supreme Court ruling that ruled abortion as not a constitutional right.

Thanks to all who responded.

In churches where the announcement was made, there was usually wild applause and shouts of joy.

For evangelical churches, it looks like close to 60% made the announcement – even in churches that refuse to discuss the issue.

But many leading Christian Pastors and ministries never mentioned it.

The top three Twitter influencers never even mentioned it, not a word.

For example:

  • Joel Osteen – 10 million Twitter followers
  • D. Jakes – 6 million Twitter Followers
  • Joyce Meyer – 6 million Twitter followers

That’s 22 million followers – said nothing about the decision… Complete silence.

Here is what some readers said:

JudithMy Lutheran pastor, knowing I had worked with a Life group, talked to me quietly about the decision. It was a positive conversation and one of amazement at the decision after years of prayer. I believe he may do more information for the rest of the congregation.

PatrickJack Hibbs, Calvary Chapel Chino Hills… awesome sermon. God is in charge, not man!

PatOur Pastor George Hyon of Faith Bible Church in Northridge, CA. Praised God and led the church in prayer gibing thanks to God.

Ginny – Yes, he did! He was given up for adoption 66 years ago by a young woman who didn’t have an abortion. In turn has adopted 2 children who were not aborted. He speaks passionately about life. Both as God’s plan for mankind and our American forefather’s that wrote about “Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.”

What do you think?

Email me at craig@electionforum.org

3 Comments on “Which Pastors/Churches Publicly Rejoiced With The Supreme Court Ruling That Abortion Is Not A Constitutional Right?”

  1. Hi Craig,

    Re: Which Pastors/Churches Publicly Rejoiced With The Supreme Court Ruling That Abortion Is Not A Constitutional Right?

    Thanks so much for this great report! You are SPOT ON!
    I am praying for our Church Leaders, our Pastors, our Priests, our Ministers, all our Religious and all people of good will to rejoice publicly with the Supreme Court Ruling that Abortion is Not a Constitutional Right! It is the killing of the most innocent of innocent… the precious Baby in his/her Mommy’s womb! We must continue to PRAY PRAY PRAY and CONTINUE TO BE PRO-ACTIVE IN OUR DEFENSE OF THE BABIES! God love and bless you Craig . Thank you for all that you are doing!
    Your friend and colleague in the Sanctity of ALL HUMAN LIFE AND THE INNATE DIGNITY OF THE HUMAN PERSON CREATED IN THE IMAGO DEI!
    Gratefully,
    Joana
    Joana Livoti

  2. Joana Livoti
    07.13.2022 AT 3:21 AM
    Hi Craig,

    Re: Which Pastors/Churches Publicly Rejoiced With The Supreme Court Ruling That Abortion Is Not A Constitutional Right?

    Thanks so much for this great report! You are SPOT ON!
    I am praying for our Church Leaders, our Pastors, our Priests, our Ministers, all our Religious and all people of good will to rejoice publicly with the Supreme Court Ruling that Abortion is Not a Constitutional Right! It is the killing of the most innocent of innocent… the precious Baby in his/her Mommy’s womb! We must continue to PRAY PRAY PRAY and CONTINUE TO BE PRO-ACTIVE IN OUR DEFENSE OF THE BABIES! God love and bless you Craig . Thank you for all that you are doing!
    Your friend and colleague in the Sanctity of ALL HUMAN LIFE AND THE INNATE DIGNITY OF THE HUMAN PERSON CREATED IN THE IMAGO DEI!
    Gratefully,
    Joana
    Joana Livoti

  3. What’s wrong with Osteen, Jakes and Meyers? Are they afraid they’re going to offend someone? I thought a preacher’s job was to tell the truth by: comforting the afflicted and afflicting the comfortable. Plus, only 60 % of evangelical churches made mention of it? Where’s the courage to speak out, when the government or the marketplace have erred. I wonder if those 40% also shutdown because of the Covid virus or encouraged everyone to get a shot? With half of the evangelical congregations not voting in most elections, no wonder we’re a mess. We’re letting the devil win by default. There’s an old Talmudic saying: “Silence is agreement.” Let’s pray that’s what those who didn’t speak, is what they meant. I think the ekklesia is being more influenced by the secular world than by the chosen of Christ. If we can’t agree that taking an innocent human life is homicide in all cases and murder in some, then there is no hope for America.

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