False teacher alert: “Religious” people demanding taxpayer-funded abortions

See The American Spectator : Religiously Demanding Obamacare Abortion Funding.  Supporting legal abortion is bad, but requiring pro-lifers to pay for it is even worse.  Yet that’s what many religious types are doing in the name of compassion.  Apparently they are anti-choice when it comes to whether people must pay for the abortions of others.

One way to spot false teachers (A) is to see what religious leaders blaspheme God by claiming He is pro-abortion.

Mostly Mainline Protestant groups founded RCRC (originally less euphemistically called the Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights) in 1973 in the immediate wake of Roe v. Wade to ensure widespread religious backing for the U.S. Supreme Court’s overthrow of state restrictions on abortion. For years RCRC was based in the United Methodist Building on Capitol Hill, which is the headquarters for most Mainline Protestant lobbies. The primary author of Roe v. Wade was Justice Harry Blackmun, himself an active United Methodist. RCRC in its early years got funding form the Playboy Foundation and later from philanthropies like the Ford Foundation. In recent years RCRC has been headed by a black Baptist pastor and has emphasized outreach to historic black denominations. But revealingly, no historic black denominations belong to RCRC, whose membership primarily includes nearly all white denominations like the United Methodist Church, the Episcopal Church, the United Church of Christ, and the Presbyterian Church (USA).

We should do the following as often as possible:

1. Remind those theological Liberals that the policies they support result in a 3-to-1 ratio of black abortions to white.  And they have the nerve to play the race card against us?

2. Do not let them get away with euphemisms like “reproductive choice,” especially in their names.  It is a scientific fact that the unborn are human beings, so abortions are done for the sole purpose of killing human beings that have already reproduced.  So reproductive “choice” or “rights” would only apply to birth control.  Whether they mislabel themselves out of ignorance or duplicity, we should never miss a chance to call them on it.

(A) False teachers include people like Jim “the Gospel is all about wealth redistribution” Wallis and race-baiting Chuck “Jesus is not the only way” Currie

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