45 Million Americans Die in "American Holocaust"

22 01 2008

Filed under: Abortion, Christianity, Politics, Roe v Wade

In 35 years, 45 million Americans have died in the “American Holocaust” called abortion. Today marks the 35th anniversary of Roe v. Wade which unconstitutionally legalized murder in the name of “choice.” Most Americans are clearly against the instances that almost all abortions are performed in:

Time magazine has released the results of a new abortion poll that finds a majority of Americans want virtually all abortions made illegal. The poll specifically finds about 55 percent of the public is opposed abortions in 96 percent of the cases in which women have them.

Some Americans have backslidden morally from earlier generations and don’t fully comprehend the biblical worldview answer that abortion is wrong under any circumstance. Killing a child to “save the mother” is still killing. You can’t use a wrong to justify a right. It doesn’t line up biblically, morally, or even legally.

Family Research Council is hosting the 3rd annual “Blogs for Life” conference, where bloggers from across the nation will gather to stand for the rights of the unborn.

Whether you’re a blogger, blog reader, or simply concerned about the current state of the fight for life in America, we encourage you to join us from 7:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. EST Tuesday morning. The event is free, and you’ll hear from speakers who champion life in a variety of settings, including Rep. Chris Smith (R-NJ), Sen. Sam Brownback (R-KS), Hadley P. Arkes, Phill Kline, Jill Stanek, Dawn Eden, Michael J. New, and others. If you’re unable to join us in person, the event will be webcast live at http://www.frc.org.

Blogs for Life website.




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