The moral freak false teachers leading the UMC, UCC and other religions are fighting laws against late-term abortions. Via Methodist, Church of Christ, Jewish Groups Oppose Late-Term Abortion Ban | LifeNews.com.
A collection of religious groups, including organizations with members from the Methodist Church, United Church of Christ, and Jewish faiths have issued a letter to Congress urging lawmakers to oppose a ban on late-term abortions.
Organized under the banner of the pro-abortion Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice, the Methodist Federation for Social Action, United Church of Christ Justice and Witness Ministries, Jewish Council for Public Affairs, National Council of Jewish Women and Union of Reform Judaism all signed their names to a letter opposing H.R.1797, the “District of Columbia Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act.”
The term “reproductive choice” is anti-scientific, as all abortions kill human beings who have already been reproduced.
While most people of faith oppose late-term abortions, these groups are opposed to the measure sponsored by Rep. Trent Franks that would ban abortions nationwide after 20 weeks of pregnancy.
“We, the undersigned national religious groups, urge you to oppose H.R.1797, the “District of Columbia Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act” sponsored by Representative Trent Franks (R-AZ), which would create a nationwide ban on access to abortion care 20 weeks after fertilization,” they say in the letter. “We stand united across our faith traditions in opposing this extreme legislation.”
Got that? Killing unwanted babies is not extreme, but opposing it is.
The religious groups join organization like Planned Parenthood and NARAL in blaming pro-life laws for the horrors that took place at Kermit Gosnell’s abortion clinic.
“Proponents of this bill have cited the Kermit Gosnell case as a reason to push this intrusive policy, but the fact is that the lack of access to safe and affordable abortion care is precisely the circumstance that drove women to an unscrupulous person like Gosnell, as it did to so many women before Roe v. Wade. The existence of his clinic is a ghastly warning sign of what happens when abortion is so restricted and expensive that a woman in need feels that she has nowhere else to turn,” they write.’
First, note the deadly euphemism “abortion care.” How big of a Satanic liar do you have to be to call crushing and dismembering an innocent human being “care?”
And then they turn logic upside down and claim that Gosnell’s clinic and all the unenforced laws that were designed to make abortions “safe” are the reason we need more abortions.
“Our religious values call us to offer compassion, support, and respect to a woman and her family facing these difficult circumstances. H.R.1797 will only make a challenging situation worse. When a woman needs an abortion, it is critically important that she have access to safe and legal care,” they add.
Their “values” conveniently ignore the human being who gets chopped up in the process.