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Thursday, May 24, 2007

Oklahoma bans abortion in state hospitals

YES! Praise GOD one at a Time we will See the End to this Murderous Obsession.

Oklahoma Gov. Brad Henry allowed an anti-abortion bill to become law on Wednesday by taking no action on the legislation.

The passage of the measure makes Oklahoma the only state this year to pass legislation that would prohibit certain abortions in state-funded medical facilities, according to a research institute.

If a bill passes the Legislature, it becomes law after five days if the governor does not either sign or veto it during the legislative session. Wednesday marked the fifth day since Henry received the bill.


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Sunday, May 13, 2007

Abortion: The Hard Truth

My Friend Dani had posted this and sent me the link... It was Disturbing, to say the least.

But it is also REAL.

I will post it here.

The Apocalypse of Peter
(Traditional Version)

26 And hard by that place I saw another strait place wherein the discharge and the stench of them that were in torment ran down, and there was as it were a lake there. And there sat women up to their necks in that liquor, and over against them many children which were born out of due time sat crying: and from them went forth rays of fire and smote the women in the eyes: and these were they that conceived out of wedlock (?) and caused abortion.



Thursday, May 03, 2007

How Sad....Ministers Backing Abortion

Nineteen Maine United Church of Christ Congregational Ministers signed a letter supporting abortion, and public funding of abortion, according to Maine's Health and Human Services Committee this week. The letter, dated April 11, 2007, was submitted as written testimony in the public hearing of LD 1309, "An Act To Provide Equity in Funding for Women's Health Services." This bill would provide $283,272 per year in taxpayer dollars to publicly fund abortions in Maine.

Nowhere in the letter do the Congregational ministers identify themselves as Christian, or belonging to a Christian denomination, or to the Church of Christ. Instead, they use only the phrase "members of Maine's faith community" to describe themselves.

The letter supporting abortion, and the public funding of abortion is signed by Rev. Marvin M. Ellison, Bass Professor of Christian Ethics, Bangor Theological Seminary, Rev. William Bliss, Bath United Church in Christ, Rev. Diane Bennekamper, Cumberland United Church in Christ, Rev. June E. Boutwell, Transitional Associate Conference Minister, Maine United Church in Christ, Rev. Dr. Bruce P. Burnham, Alfred Parish Church United Church in Christ, Rev. Ernest A. Campbell, Durham First Congregational Church, Rev. Marcia A. Charles, New Sharon Congregational Church, Rev. Dr. Mark A. Doty, Hammond Street (Bangor) Congregational Church, Rev. Dr. Peggy Wolfe Dunn, Gardiner Congregational Church, Rev. David R. Gaewski, Minister of the Maine Conference of the United Church of Christ, Rev. Jeffrey M. Gallagher, First Congregational Church of Kittery at Kittery Point,Rev. David Hall (Retired), Rev. Dr. John B. McCall, Senior Minister, First Congregational Church of South Portland, Rev. Elsa A. Peters, Associate Minister, First Congregational Church of South Portland, Rev. Anne Roundy, Rangeley Congregational Church, Rev. Nancy S. Salisbury, Interim Pastor, First Congregational Church of Gray, Rev. Joanne E. Stoughton, Buxton First Congregational Church, Rev. Susan Tierney, East Windham Community Church, and Rev. John J. Ward-Diorio, Freeport First Parish Congregational Church.

Far from being outside of the Congregational Church's orthodoxy, these ministers are supported by the national United Church of Christ denomination in a recent pro-abortion press release. The Rev. Loey Powell, co-team leader in the U.C.C.’s Justice and Witness Ministries and board chair of Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice, said in the press release dated April 19, 2007, "The U.C.C. General Synod, along with other settings of the church, has supported reproductive rights for more than 35 years, believing that women have the right to determine when and how many children they should have. The U.C.C. General Synod also has supported access to safe and legal abortion in order to prevent the unnecessary deaths of women, or permanent damage to them, when illegal procedures are sought."