‘Christian’ Abortionist Who Says Opponents Have ‘Love Affair with Fetuses’ Joins Texas Abortion Effort

ParkerAUSTIN, Texas — An abortionist in Mississippi who professes to be a Christian and generated controversy last month when he told college students that pro-lifers need to “get over the love affair with fetuses” has now joined an effort to push for abortion access in Texas.

Willie Parker, a former teenage Baptist preacher, recently participated in a pro-abortion event at Temple Beth Shalom in Austin to help launch a statewide campaign by so-called faith leaders to keep abortion legal in Texas. The organization is called Just Texas: Faith Voices for Reproductive Justice, and is led by the Texas Freedom Network.

The effort is stated to be “a grassroots movement of faith leaders from diverse religious traditions” who “believe most Texans of faith disagree” with banning or restricting abortions in the state. It features a variety of pro-abortion events such as the one featuring Parker last Tuesday.

“Our featured guest, Dr. Willie Parker, will share the story of his ministry serving the last abortion clinic in Mississippi—and will challenge Texans to continue resisting efforts to eliminate access to abortion in our state,” the Facebook event page for the gathering outlined.

The Religious Institute, Catholics for Choice, Texas Unitarian Universalist Justice Ministry, and National Council of Jewish Women were all co-sponsors of the event, which was preceded by an abortion advocacy training event at Austin First United Methodist Church.

Parker drives twice a month to Jackson Women’s Health Organization in Mississippi to perform abortions, and is one of two abortionists who work at the facility. Both Parker and owner Diane Derzis claim that they are doing the Lord’s work in providing abortion services to women.

“The Bible tells us to love our neighbors with all our strength,” Parker told the Austin Chronicle. “Neighbors also mean struggling women who are going through times that are very complicated for them.”

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Derzis was featured on ABC’s Nightline in 2013, as she contended to reporters that God was on her side in the abortion business.

“I know as fervently as they do that what I’m doing is moral and right,” she stated. “But if I’m wrong, that’s between the Lord and I.”

News footage also showed Christian Cal Zastrow calling out to Derzis, “I want you to quit killing babies. I want you to turn to the love of Jesus.”

“I have the love of Jesus,” she replied. “He approves of what I do.”

“No, you don’t,” Zastrow responded. “You have the murder of preborn children.”

Pro-lifers line up outside of Jackson Women's Health Organization to seek closure of facility.
Pro-lifers line up outside of Jackson Women’s Health Organization to seek closure of facility.

In 2013, Zastrow was sprayed in the face with pepper spray by a guard outside the facility while he was singing hymns on the public sidewalk. The guard, Roy Benjamin, was found guilty in Hinds County Court of assault.

Parker, who works for Derzis, appeared last month at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs in New Jersey where he presented an hour-long lecture entitled “Going to Mississippi: If I Don’t, Who Will? The Pursuit of Reproductive Justice.”

According to the publication Campus Reform, Parker told those gathered, “We have to get over the love affair with fetuses and love women and children.” He stated that he works at the Mississippi facility in order to ensure that abortion remains available to women.

But a number of Christians regularly stand outside of Jackson Women’s Health Organization to urge them not to go through with the abortion, and to provide help. Some Christians travel from across the country just to be present and help shut down the last remaining abortion facility in the state.

“The protesters say they’re opposed to abortion because they’re Christian,” Parker told Esquire last year in an article entitled “The Abortion Ministry of Dr. Willie Parker.” “It’s hard for them to accept that I do abortions because I’m a Christian.”

Mark Crutcher of Life Dynamics in Denton, Texas recently disputed Parker’s claim that he is a Christian.

“A Christian cannot be pro-choice about the intentional destruction of an innocent human life any more than they can be pro-choice about rape or robbery or slavery or incest child abuse etc,” he stated. “Christian doctrine clearly asserts that God is the author of life and that He is incapable of making mistakes. From these foundational beliefs, the only logical conclusion one can draw, is that when life exists in the womb it is God’s will that it be there.”

Crutcher said that those who claim to be both Christian and pro-abortion are essentially making three assertions.

“First is that life is not a right inherited from God, but a privilege bestowed by human beings who can withhold it if they choose to do so. Second is that God is neutral on whether a child He created [should be] brutally torn limb from limb. And finally, they are saying that it is possible to reject the innocent new lives that God creates without rejecting God himself,” he explained. “From a Christian perspective, all three of these are absurd.”


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  • Richard

    “Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravenous wolves. You will know them by their fruits. Do men gather grapes from thornbushes or figs from thistles? Even so, every good tree bears good fruit, but a bad tree bears bad fruit. A good tree cannot bear bad fruit, nor can a bad tree bear good fruit. Every tree that does not bear good fruit is cut down and thrown into the fire. Therefore by their fruits you will know them.” – Matthew 7:15-19

    • DoktorFuturepast

      Hoo boy…
      In pretty sure I can see the many wolves on sheep’s clothing. Not just the one.

      • Richard

        Satan prowls around and devours anyone who isn’t protected by Christ.

  • pastoredsmith

    He is no “faith leader.” More like a “wolf in sheep’s clothing.” If a person calls themselves a “faith leader” and has no regard for the sanctity of life, he is no “faith leader” at all.

  • Simon Hankins

    Basically the same as child sacrifice. But not to old gods. To selfishness and disregard for human life.

    • FoJC_Forever

      The “old gods” were simply demons fooling people into idolatry and wicked spiritualism. The same goes on today, and demons revel in the murdering of babies in the womb.

      • Simon Hankins

        Yes but people used to (and still do) worship wood statues, bronze statues, etc and God doesn’t label them as worshipping demons he labels it just as that “a piece of wood or bronze”. I don’t think fallen angels have to do much as human stupidity or lack of common sense prevails.

        • Beleaguered

          Think of how much better your life would without this baby , a voice echoes in her head

        • FoJC_Forever

          It is the same thing: 1 Corinthians 10:19-20.

  • Catherine Thirlwell

    Life is precious and every life even before it is knitted in the womb is known by God and belongs to God. Repent of your sins before it’s too late Willie Parker.

  • Ruth Davis

    Why Willie Parker why?strange fruit ( Matt 7-16 – 20 )

  • http://danbel.webspawner.com Dan Beliveau

    Mr. Parker wouldn’t say that if he had been a product of an abortion. Oh wait, he wouldn’t have been able to…

    • Russell Sayce

      Me thinks you’re not getting it yet.

      Try to imagine that the religious leaders are behind the nwo goal.

      It’s carved in stone in Georgia, and authored by RCC….look it up..

      I think they decided it would be easier than following the commandments….

      • http://danbel.webspawner.com Dan Beliveau

        I don’t care what the RCC does, I’m a follower of Christ not a Catholic, Muslim or Hindu, etc. As for the New World Order, it’s coming and many false Christians and others will join it. Under the dome of a One World Religion. But in the end as they seem to be winning it all, Christ will return and put an end to the nonsense. Take care.

        http://danbel.webspawner.com

        • Russell Sayce

          You too Dan…..See ya on the other side… : )

  • Josh Nauman

    Non fruit-bearing thistle bush.

  • Josh Nauman

    He is as much a “faith leader” as Jeffrey Dahmer was a normative representation of gay people.

  • Brenda Golden

    Not a Christian as he knowingly commits murder every day. If he thinks abortion is so right why doesn’t he volunteer to be treated exactly as the unborn babies that he tears into pieces while they are conscious and feel everything. If he delights so much in murdering unborn children has he sliced and diced his own? He and his employer are poor excuses for human beings. He touts being a christian but it is really about the money. Premeditated murder is a big money business and it’s easy to see which god he worships, but the real God will deal with him at the right time.

  • Mary Taylor

    He’s no Christian! He’s doing the work of his father the Devil.

    • Clive Johnson

      Who are you to judge if he’s a true Christian or not?

      • Frank

        A Christian, who are you?

        • Clive Johnson

          Well, there are many Christians who are pro choice when it comes to abortion. The Bible isn’t exactly clear cut on this issue.

          • lindywise

            You again? Of course the bible is clear cut on the issue. It is called the sixth commandment. Thou shalt not kill. Jesus has left these things very simple for our understanding. You seem to come here just to start trouble.

          • Clive Johnson

            But that only begs the question in regard to how we assign moral status to a biological entity–the fetus–that’s developmental in nature. If we just read commandments and don’t think about them, it all seems so easy.

          • lindywise

            “We” don’t assign moral status as sinful humans at all. That is why we have a Holy Bible…Holy meaning sinless. Only our Holy Father and His Holy word have the right to define morality for us. Because we are fallen in nature, unless the Holy Spirit dwells within us and teaches us the Word, we will always make the wrong decisions. Trust me, I have broke every rule in the book before becoming a Christian, and having lived 22 years as a Christian and studying His Word (and I think about it and read it EVERYDAY,) His way IS the right way and His Word is true.
            God says:

            Jeremiah 1:5
            Before I formed thee in the belly I knew thee; and before thou camest forth out of the womb I sanctified thee, and I ordained thee a prophet unto the nations.

            This is just one biblical example of the Lord foreknowing us (of course–He’s God,) forming us in the belly and planning for our lives even before we are born.

            You’re not here because you genuinely want to dialogue because you are looking for The Truth. You are here to be a troublemaker. How do I know this? Because my Holy Bible says so:

            God says:

            Rom 1:20

            For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse.
            You know right from wrong. Commenting on a Christian board when you have no intention of becoming a Christian–but you are here to harass is sport for you. Repent wicked man.

          • Clive Johnson

            I’m not here to harass, but to engage in dialogue and, for sure, to challenge assumptions. Hopefully I do so in a polite manner.

            Merely because I’m not a Christian doesn’t make me wicked. Are Jews wicked just because they’re Jews?

            [edit: You quote the Bible at someone who doesn’t accept the Bible as a valid guide to morality or ethical thought. I wonder what purpose you think it serves to be quoting the Bible as you do in a situation like this.]

          • Russell Sayce

            So what do you use as your guide to morality and ethical thought..??

          • Clive Johnson

            Do I condone lying, cheating, stealing? No, not at all. I see all of these as signs of poor character.

            So, what’s my basis? First I think it’s appropriate to understand exactly what it is we’re dealing with when we use terms like morality and ethical thought. First, I think morality evolves with culture. This doesn’t mean that we abandon what are the ‘common agreements’ of morality, like condemning murder, for example. It doesn’t that there are no underlying stabilities. There are.

            It means though that through experience we learn what works and what doesn’t, what brings about human well-being, and what doesn’t. It means over time we’re expanding the scope of moral concern to include more of the human experience and more of that which it outside of us. (E.g. up until 1980 or there was a ‘marital rape exemption’ in many state laws. Absurd! Since then we’ve made progress by largely expunging such laws.) It also means that we get better at ethical reasoning, and are hopefully thus better able to think more clearly about ethical matters. Over time we also learn more and more about moral behavior through research. Among the many questions being researched, What explains why some children are able to take the perspective of others, while other children mostly only think of themselves? Or, can meditation be used to increase compassion toward others? With the answers to this and many other questions we’re getting better in theory anyway of making better moral decisions, of being more moral.

            So, what is my “guide” for morality? In list form:

            1. Our innate empathy for others. We are born with this capacity, but it requires careful tending by adults in our development.

            2. Scientific research specifically into questions of moral behavior, moral imagination, moral identity, and more. This research is laying the groundwork for a much deeper moral response to the world for humanity in the future.

            3. Research into a wide array of areas that have moral implications. For instance, pregnant mothers, we now know, shouldn’t smoke while pregnant, and they shouldn’t smoke around their children either. The evidence for the harmful effects of both was not known, say, 60 years ago, but now it is. It therefore becomes part of the ethical information we need to function morally in the world.

            4. For ethical thought I refer to everything I’ve encountered throughout life—art, philosophy especially, political thought, learning from others—all of this and more in some way informs my thinking about ethics. In case it’s not clear, I don’t believe morality is simply following a list of rules, although that might be part of it. Nor is it following one person’s authority, since no one authority has ever come up with a complete approach to ethics and morality. Culturally, we’re probably a couple of centuries off from this.

            5. Reason is central to ethics for me. Without reason—i.e., a reasoning ability, a commitment to rationality—one is almost certain to hold onto mutually contradictory, incoherent, and even anti-moral positions and not be aware of it. Reason is critical for dialogue between differences. Shouting Bible verses back and forth, or accusing another of heresy to solve moral disagreements, almost never works.

            Am I perfect? Do I always live up to my own standards? Heck no.

          • Russell Sayce

            Do you believe that humans in positions of power are fighting against corruption, in a way that has corruption shrinking…?

          • Clive Johnson

            Is corruption shrinking? I don’t know offhand. But for some background on this the best known measure of corruption (to my knowledge anyway) is the Perceptions of Corruption Index: http://www.transparency.org/cpi2014/results

            Power, as you know, can corrupt. It can lead to arrogance, abuse of others, overconfidence in one’s judgment, knowledge and abilities, etc.

            As you can see from the above research, the US isn’t on top of the world in terms of being free from corruption, but we’re better than most. Then again, this research depends on definitions and assumptions that not everyone will agree with.

          • Russell Sayce

            The question was this, do you think humans with power are fighting against corruption..??

            Put another way, what will happen to all of your research and figuring if humans with power don’t want you to be smarter than them..??

            And you know how smart they are, right..?

            Are you sure you don’t want the God of wisdom backing you up..??

          • Clive Johnson

            I understood your question, it’s just that there are many different kinds of people with power, in many different settings—institutional, positions in a hierarchy, and then there’s economic vs. governmental power, and so forth. And there are some who will fight corruption, and yet others who won’t fight it when they should, and yet others still who will engage in it outright. Corruption, in my view however, isn’t the worst of our problems.

            No doubt there are some who would be threatened by an increase in the overall intelligence (by which I mean mostly thinking ability and knowledge designed to liberate the individual to engage in independent thinking so as to be able to see through the hidden assumptions about himself, others and the world that oppress) of the public.

            Some in business, but certainly not all, would feel threatened by a smarter public because they want an obedient workforce that doesn’t ask questions about why things are the way they are. There are those in business who would love a better educated workforce. There’s absolutely no doubt in my mind that many religious authorities would resist a smarter population because at the level of critical thinking we need to achieve as a society, that critical capacity would threaten religious certainties.

            If this god of wisdom exists, and surely many believe he does, then I have no reason to think it would help me at all. One must fight corruption systemically, and this may include ensuring that those who gain power evidence various positive personal qualities like wisdom. I’m not sure where this god would come into play.

          • Russell Sayce

            Good comment Clive…. : )

            That God does exist, He is the owner of this fish tank, the hidden hand that guides our existence.

            We have the option of helping to achieve the end of the Book, or fight against it. He already does everything to allow for our existence, though many don’t see it. We wouldn’t be here without Him.

            When you say this “If this god of wisdom exists, and surely many believe he does, then I have no reason to think it would help me at all.” what I hear is, “He has no reason to think that I would help Him at all”

            If you want to know who He is, help Him and you will see…

          • Clive Johnson

            Thank you for your comment, Russell.

          • Russell Sayce

            My pleasure Clive…

          • lindywise

            We have done this before. Everyone who denies Jesus Christ of Nazareth is wicked. And sometimes, even some of us who name the name of Christ act wickedly. The purpose of quoting the bible is : Heb_4:12

            Heb_4:12

            For the word of God is quick, and powerful, and sharper than any twoedged sword, piercing even to the dividing asunder of soul and spirit, and of the joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart.

            And therefore, the bible says everything better than my human reasoning.

          • Clive Johnson

            How convenient for you. Hindus, Muslims, Buddhists, pagans, atheists, humanists, Native American spirituality–all of them are wicked simply on account of not believing one bit of doctrine that you believe in. Ever hear the term self-righteous before?

          • lindywise

            Take it up with Jesus, Peter. He wrote the book and He proclaimed the terms of salvation–not I.
            May you come to know Him. He is altogether lovely.

          • Clive Johnson

            “May you come to know Him. He is altogether lovely.” This is what Hindus say about Krishna.

          • lindywise

            unsubscribe​

      • D.A.A

        Not only did Jesus and the Apostles judge, they told us to
        judge. We already saw where Jesus said take
        the speck out of our brother’s eye after we have learned to examine our own
        life by the same standard (Matt. 7:5).
        In Luke 17:3 He commanded us to rebuke a trespassing brother: “If your brother sins, rebuke him, and if he repents,
        forgive him.” Likewise Paul said to
        rebuke sin. In 1 Timothy 5:20 he says,
        “Those who continue in sin, rebuke in the presence of all, so that the rest
        also may be fearful of sinning.” In Titus
        2:15 he tells Titus, “These things speak and exhort and reprove with all
        authority. Let no one disregard
        you.” In 2 Tim. 4:2 he tells Timothy to
        “reprove, rebuke, exhort.” In 1 Thess.
        5:14 he says to “admonish the unruly.”
        In Rom. 15:14 he tells the Roman church that they are “able to admonish
        one another.” In Eph. 5:11 he tells the
        church, “Do not participate in the unfruitful deeds of darkness, but rather
        expose them.”

        • Clive Johnson

          I should rephrase—who are you to judge based on the inherent uncertainties and unknowability of supernatural claims? There are Christians who will argue with the same fervor as you that abortion is a woman’s choice.

  • FoJC_Forever

    No person who knows and loves Jesus Christ will support, perform, or have an abortion. The innocent blood cries for justice and Judgement is coming.

  • Beleaguered

    Well he is right about having a love affair with fetuses Just that he should

  • jmichael39

    Nothing surprising here…there were plenty of Jews who worshipped Moloch too. For centuries they offered sacrifices to Jehovah while also offering their children to Moloch. God didn’t much like them either.

    • kimsegar

      Why bring up the Jews, all sin is the same ..if we break one commandment, we are guilty of all..and the gentiles worship sin, and how they love it..the whole world is in sin and those who say they have no sin are liars as far as G-d tells us. talke a good look at even America..has thrown G-d out..there is no difference.

      • jmichael39

        Simply to point out the obvious biblical example. Sheesh.

  • Gary

    The queers say loving your neighbor means supporting their homosexuality. Now the abortionists are saying loving your neighbor means supporting them when they kill their children. There seems to be an epidemic of insanity.

  • Reason2012

    Jeremiah 1:5 “Before I formed thee in the belly I knew thee; and before thou camest forth out of the womb I sanctified thee, and I ordained thee a prophet unto the nations.”

    It should give a professing Christian pause to claim God is ok with_killing others as long as they are still in the womb, because it’s God we’ll have to convince He was just fine with it.

  • Emm Jane

    how desperately sad and twisted. What a perversion of Jesus, and the Father’s love for children.
    No child is an accident. GOD knows of us before we are ‘born’.
    You Mr Packer are a disgrace.

  • Joel Rivera

    God’s love affair with us began long before we were even formed in the womb. I’d love for self proclaimed Christians to find scripture to justify the murder in the womb as well as this claim of their that a baby isn’t a person. How ironic that the mothers of pro-abortionists gave them life so that they can turn around and condemn the unborn. The unborn are way more human than the living can ever hope to be.

  • Carol Richardson

    Christian???? No – no – no. Pseudo Christian????? Yes –

  • Norma Ross

    Thou shall not kill. The Bible was inspired by God’s Holy Spirit. It is the same yesterday, today and tomorrow. All these thoughts are from the Bible. It is God’s Word!

  • Frank

    If anyone thinks this guy is a Christian, I have a bridge to sell you, cheap.

  • Crusader357

    There can be no such thing as a Christian abortionist. Jesus warned about harming children and He is very clear about knowing you before you entered you others womb.
    Jesus tells what happens to false followers who call themselves Christians and fail to follow his commandments….

    Temptations and Trespasses Luke Chapter 17
    1He said to His disciples, “It is inevitable that stumbling blocks come, but woe to him through whom they come! 2″It
    would be better for him if a millstone were hung around his neck and he
    were thrown into the sea, than that he would cause one of these little
    ones to stumble. 3″Be on your guard! If your brother sins, rebuke him; and if he repents, forgive him.…

    The Call of Jeremiah Chapter 1
    4Now the word of the LORD came to me saying, 5″Before
    I formed you in the womb I knew you, And before you were born I
    consecrated you; I have appointed you a prophet to the nations.”

    A Tree and its Fruit Matthew Chapter 7
    …22″Many
    will say to Me on that day, ‘Lord, Lord, did we not prophesy in Your
    name, and in Your name cast out demons, and in Your name perform many
    miracles?’ 23″And then I will declare to them, ‘I never knew you; DEPART FROM ME, YOU WHO PRACTICE LAWLESSNESS.’

  • http://www.bibleversusconstitution.org/ Ted R. Weiland

    The battle against this atrocity begins with identifying it correctly. By calling it “abortion,” we’ve already acquiesced to the opposition’s terminology. Look up “abortion” and “miscarriage” in any dictionary. A miscarriage is an abortion. What doctors (and parents) do to infants in the womb is infanticide. Had Roe v. Wade been waged over infanticide rather than abortion, it would have never made it to the court room. In fact, by employing the word “abortion,” Roe v. Wade was won before it ever
    got to court.

    The Greek word “brephos” employed in the New Testament for infants already born is the same word used for infants in the womb (Luke 2:12 and Luke 1:41), without specifying the precise moment they became a “brephos.” Therefore, our only option is to then accept that they became such at conception. Thus, intentionally killing a brephos at any point is “brephocide” or, more properly, infanticide.

    The point being, we Christians need to stop using the non-Christians’ watered-down, politically correct terms such as “abortion” and “gay.” It’s infanticide and sodomy. There is no power in the former terms against evil and our first mistake is in acquiescing to the ungodly’s terminology.

    Listen to Part 1 of “Word Wars & Captive Thoughts” at http://www.missiontoisrael.org/tapelist.php#T849.

  • D.A.A

    Willie Parker is a pagan and a murderer. He is not a Christian. He serves his father the devil.

  • BabbaZee

    I truly think that it should not be entirely illegal because when you try to legislate behavior all you do is create black markets that do very sick horrible things to desperate people.

    The fact that it is promoted and championed is horrifying, especially by Temples and Churches.

    You can not legislate behavior… you have to covenant it – and in a temple or a church is where that is supposed to happen.

    Sad sick world.

  • Truthhurts24

    No such thing as a Christian abortionist

  • Gregory Alan of Johnson

    That is an extremely diluted man pretending to be something he’s not, for the fruits of his labors speaks much louder than his pretended words, which are also false.

  • John Mark IB

    http://faithsaves.net/abortion/

    amazing idiots they are cruel and pervers but this is allowed and legal?? murder of the innocents??by the sinful human apostates?? ah yes but it is written:

    and whosever was not found in the Lambs book of life will be thrown into the lake that burneth with fire and brimstone, and that’s eternally folks not temporary, amen and Praise The LORD!! He Still reigns on High! and will judge righteously!!

    gotta shake your head at the false apostates and wonder man how can they be so blind and stupid?? well look at the groups they come out of and or were they ever really saved born again converted to begin with no way!!

    and again it’s the typical so called Christians never really converted or born again that will be saying Lord lord look at what we did, the false, smiling pretty faces on tv, money, glutton hungry, need a new airplane send me the money, teachers and preachers’ of today, and universalists apostates that will be tossed screaming into the lake while we watch and say told you so but they would not listen to Christ and His flock to repent of their evil sick deeds they loved darkness because their deeds were and are evil!!

    here’s hope repent and get saved now while He is still being Merciful!! in Jesus name amen!!

    http://faithsaves.net/salvation

    http://faithsaves.net/abortion/

    http://goodpersontest.com/

    http://www.pillarandground.org/home/?page_id=36

  • John Mark IB

    this is what happens with apostates and when self sits on the throne of the heart, these folks are truly lost and apostate,and these folks are their own final authority, not The LORD, and will truly pay dearly with their weeping and gnashing of teeth in the day of judgment!! sad sick display of end times madness!!

  • John Mark IB

    isn’t this just so wonderful? wow what a compassionate man? and group of truly loving so called Christians? who care so much they want to help murder the unborn?? and then claim it’s all good?? wow what utter madness we are witnessing, hitler would’ve been proud as would the other evolutionists and humanists of the past and today truly incredible and he’s got a smile on his face I wonder if the smile goes away when he cut’s into the baby’s brain ?? oh forgot these folks consciences have been seared with the hot iron they have no sense of feeling or right and wrong!!! and we thought the muslims and islam isis was bad and book haram?? gee these guys make them look like saints!!

  • bigjet

    Just because you call yourself a Christian does not make you one.

  • Emm Jane

    Glad I am not him, is all I can say. And to use the name of Jesus aswell. What a sick little freak.

  • Reason2012

    // An abortionist in Mississippi who professes to be a Christian and generated controversy last month when he told college students that pro-lifers need to “get over the love affair with fetuses” has now joined an effort to push for abortion access in Texas. //

    Using your “logic”, perhaps it is you that needs to “get over your love affair with fetuses” that have only been out of the womb less than 24 hours so others can_kill them too if they feel like it.

    Using your “logic”, perhaps it is you that needs to “get over your love affair with fetuses” that are less than 24 hours away from coming out of the womb so others can_kill them too if they feel like it.

    Behold the murderous logic of these murderers. They will answer to God for the lives they’re so pleased to take, sacrificing them on the altar of personal convenience.

    “There is a way which seemeth right unto a man, but the end thereof are the ways of death.”
    Proverbs 14:12