Punishing Abortionists, Not Women [Videos]

Craig HueySanctity of Life4 Comments

The pro-life movement wants to protect the unborn and promote adoption.

But Donald Trump misspoke and offended by suggesting women who have gotten an abortion should be punished.

Here are his remarks in an interview with Chris Matthews:


Here is a clear, good clarification on the issue by Mike Huckabee. About 8 minutes.

The President of the Family Research Council, Tony Perkins, gave his opinion on Trump’s missteps, too.


Now, tell me your thoughts! Email me at craig@electionforum.org

4 Comments on “Punishing Abortionists, Not Women [Videos]”

  1. Luke 12:57 — “ Yes, and why, even of yourselves, do you not judge what is right?”

    Like love, being offended is a choice and not an emotion or entitlement. And as a standard tactic of cultural-Marxism, the claim of being ‘offended’ is used to silence those speaking truth. Truth being an enemy of ‘perspective tyrants’ and their useful-pawns.

    Moreover, being offended it is a choice Christ never made – and therefore neither should Christians. We should probably forget about humans choosing to be offended at Trump’s statements regarding abortion, and maintain a healthy-fixation on the fact of how offended God is with 98 million people claiming Christ in America whose failure to represent Christ in society and government allowed for 55 million unborn children murdered. Murders mostly resulting from men impregnating while ‘in pursuit of self’ and then encouraging women to have abortions. I wonder if God does not judge such predatory men to be far more guilty then the women receiving the abortion.

    Having read over 70 sermons recorded between1620 and 1900, several of which were specifically on the Christians obligation to oppose British tyrants and to fight to end slavery, they makes me wonder why the same verses did not prevent the murder of 55 million unborn children in America?

    The following verses, among others, were used in pre-1900 sermons to justify opposition to British tyrants and slavery – and should have catalyzed Christian representation of Christ in society and government to the exclusion of abortion.
    Psalms 82:4 — Deliver the poor and needy; free them from the hand of the wicked.
    Proverbs 25:26 — A righteous man who falters before the wicked is like a murky spring and a polluted well.
    The following verses from Romans were taught as containing biblical ‘qualifiers’ regarding the only type of government ‘qualifying as government to which Christians are to submit’:
    Romans 13:3-4 — For RULERS ARE NOT A TERROR TO GOOD WORKS, BUT TO EVIL. Do you want to be unafraid of the authority? Do what is good, and you will have praise from the same. 4 For he is GOD’S MINISTER FOR GOOD. But if you do evil, be afraid; for he DOES NOT BEAR THE SWORD IN VEIN; for he is God’s minister, an avenger TO EXECUTE WRATH UPON THOSE WHO DO EVIL.

    Instead of Christians wasting time being offended at Trump’s horrible rhetoric, there time would be better spent figuring out and remedying the cause of the ‘Christ-void’ post-1800s lukewarm and ‘works-phobic’ Christianity has created in society and government having allowed for America’s deconstruction and emaciation. A condition having created the understandable anti-establishment political environment some are left to believe can be remedied by Trump.

    It’s time for Christians to take responsibility for having created the ‘Christ-void’ existing in the GOP which has thereby become infected with constitutional-deconstructionists and global-engineers like a cancer. Case in point is our existing GOP House Speaker and Senate Majority Leader whose constitutional-schizophrenia and fake-opposition to Democrats has enabled democrats to quicken America’s emaciation and slide towards national suicide.

    More importantly, when was the last time you heard your church leadership remind you of your obligation to represent Christ in society and government to the exclusion of God offending and America destroying worldviews and governance commensurate with the level to which this threatens the future of your children and grandchildren? Or, is their ‘editing of the Word of God’ to exclude insuring godly political candidates and opposition of evildoers evidence of the fact that the Church leadership in the 13 Colonies should never have used Biblical justification to admonish their flocks to oppose British tyrants or end slavery? Either pre-and early American church leadership incorrectly interpreted the Bible, or today’s church leadership incorrectly interprets the Bible.

    We may want to error on the side of ‘waking up our slumbering shepherds’ to the fact that their flock is being consumed by wolves because the flock is being fed and edited version of God’s Word precluding representation of Christ in and government.

    Trump’s existence as hey GOP presidential candidate is merely the symptom of a greater ‘religious disease’ infecting post-1800s Christianity with a ‘works-deficiency.’ This, as evidenced in the fact that while today’s Christians find Christ is worth reading and talking about, they do not find Christ worth representing in government by ensuring godly and constitutional candidates are elected.

    James 2:20 — But do you want to know, O foolish man, that FAITH WITHOUT WORKS IS DEAD?
    JAMES 2:24 — You see then that a man is justified by works, and NOT BY FAITH ONLY.
    A question with internal consequences today’s ‘works-phobic’ Christianity may want examine is, if “faith is dead,” does one go to heaven or hell? And when finished answering that question, it may be time to take note of the fact that 78 million Catholics and 20 million evangelicals exist in America, and Trump is our GOP front-runner because Christians did not engage in the ‘works’ necessary to field a candidate acceptable to Christ?

    Christians need to forgo their choice to be offended by Trump in favor of maintaining a healthy-fixation on ending their ‘works’ deficiency which offends God. Offense occurring because Christians live as if ‘faith without works is alive.’ Only then will they have less time to be offended by humans merely filling the Christ void created by their own Christian apathy.

  2. Psalm 139.13-16 makes it clear that God knew David before he was born. God also judged Israel for giving their children in sacrifice, making them pass through the fire of Molech. Whether we as a nation will be judged for not outlawing abortion is up to God, and whether we have the ability or if it is practical for us to outlaw it, I don’t know. Can we stop people from destructive behavior? The only thing I know to do is preach to them the word of God. Sure, I want standards of civility and decent behavior in our society, but I want it to come from within people, and besides, everything cannot be policed. This is the devil’s world, just let me preach the promise and hope of God.

  3. If I decided that I no longer wanted my 8 year old son then I found a doctor who said he can “legally” kill my son for $500 then I willfully take him there and I have him murdered. Should there be a consequence to my actions and choice or do I deserve the sympathy of people because after all I’m just a victim. That doesn’t make any sense and yet many women willfully take their unborn child to be murdered every day. It’s the only crime of murder that garnishes sympathy. Why not take this same logic to other forms of murder ?. It’s case needs to be delt with on a case by case basis but most of these women are not innocent by any stretch of the imagination I have met women who use abortion as birth control and with no remorse. There is some truth in what the silly man with the silly hair said.

  4. With almost 100 million Christians in America, I cannot figure out why abortion remains legal?

    Also, I wonder if it would make it easier on women to decide to keep their unborn babies if there were a system of accountability allowing the woman to have a paternity test done on the man having impregnated them – so he is then required to provide support for the child. If there is such a system, it should be better enforced. Not sure the implications of that, just a thought.

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