The Overton Window is quickly being moved as Southern Baptists increasingly shift closer to the progressive position of the last decade on abortion. The Democrat mantra on abortion used to be “safe, legal, and rare.” It was their way of disguising their pro-abortion stance as compassion for women who may have the “rare” need to kill her “inconvenient” child—you know, because it was occasionally necessary to do so. A lack of financial stability, the inability to finish school; an unwanted and surprise pregnancy that caught these mothers off guard certainly needed a failsafe to bail them out of their horrible nightmare.
The Southern Baptist Convention has clearly joined the mantra of “safe, legal, and rare,” but without actually using the words. Instead, Southern Baptist leaders are crafting “clever” arguments against the full and equal protection of unborn children with some of the most asinine twisting of Scripture we could ever imagine.
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During the annual meeting of the Louisiana Baptists, one pastor offered an amendment to a resolution to abortion that would include language urging Christians and lawmakers alike to support equal protection for unborn children under the law. In other words, it would recommend holding […]
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