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FRONT PAGE  |  2/25/2020
SATURDAY, JAN 4, 2020  |  19 comments
42.4M babies killed by abortion in 2019
In 2019, around 42.4 million pregnancies ended in abortion worldwide.

According to Worldometers, which tabulates global statistics on abortion procedures based on the most current available figures from the World Health Organization, 40 to 50 million abortions are performed annually worldwide.

The website notes that in the United States, approximately half of pregnancies are "unintended" with four in 10 ending in an abortion, amounting to over 3,000 abortions being performed every day. Not including miscarriages, 22 percent of all pregnancies end in abortion. Globally, around 125,000 abortions happen every day. ...


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News Item1/5/2020 10:49 PM
Joel | Pensacola  Find all comments by Joel
Try armadillo or racoon, Jim; they taste a lot better than ‘possum.
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News Item1/5/2020 7:46 PM
The Quiet Christian  Find all comments by The Quiet Christian
He certainly does, JAG, he certainly does. ;-)
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News Item1/5/2020 6:57 PM
Just a Guy | Mississippi  Find all comments by Just a Guy
Get'im Jim get'im!

It takes two to argue...

But I must say Jim, you certainly have an unskill of exasperating others...

Go eat a opposum steak and call it a day (or a year for that matter)...

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News Item1/4/2020 9:34 PM
The Quiet Christian  Find all comments by The Quiet Christian
Jim Lincoln wrote:
excerpt from,
https://tinyurl.com/ypagd4 ("Christian" Activism?)
It almost sounds like Quiet Christian you don't believe in White Islam
https://tinyurl.com/y576t49t (Should Christians try to force the kingdom on others?)

And there you have it, my point exactly regarding increasing intolerance to being a Christian and Christian expression. I haven't been called a "White Islamist" before. Wow. John, maybe you're right about that...

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News Item1/4/2020 7:38 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Jim Lincoln wrote:
excerpt from,
https://tinyurl.com/ypagd4 ("Christian" Activism?)
It almost sounds like Quiet Christian you don't believe in White Islam
https://tinyurl.com/y576t49t (Should Christians try to force the kingdom on others?)
It's a bit amusing Jim, how you say you don't want Christians involved in politics, while repeatedly promoting a particular political viewpoint. Are you trying to force politics on others?
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News Item1/4/2020 6:48 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Dave Hunt wrote:
....
Today we are also seeing more and more professing Christians who want to become part of the ruling class -- they run for political office so they can then "influence government for Christ."..., it is not the calling of God's people in this dispensation to get involved in the political process nor the functions of civil government. We have a higher calling; our citizenship is in heaven (Phil. 3:20). We are strangers and pilgrims (1 Pe. 2:11), sojourners, not settlers (1 Pe. 1:17)....

"Christian activism" is not Christian, and represents a detour from the straight path churches are to walk before the world. It can confuse the real issues, lead to compromise and unholy alliances, and divert time and effort that would better be used in proclaiming the Gospel of repentance of sin unto salvation. Weigh the demands upon your time and set priorities. Be fully engaged in rescuing souls for eternity.

excerpt from,

https://tinyurl.com/ypago4 ("Christian" Activism?)

It almost sounds like Quiet Christian you don't believe in White Islam

https://tinyurl.com/y576t94t (Should Christians try to force the kingdom on others?)

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News Item1/4/2020 4:39 PM
The Quiet Christian  Find all comments by The Quiet Christian
...ourselves)! Enough rambling for now...
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News Item1/4/2020 4:38 PM
The Quiet Christian  Find all comments by The Quiet Christian
Brother John, I don't believe that the lack of persecution in the US or UK is a measure of our general Christianity as if our brethren in Africa or China are somehow more genuine in their faith because they are persecuted more. It seems to be more a measure of the society in which we live...which is rapidly becoming more intolerant of genuine Christians and especially genuine Christians expression.

I do agree that following Paul as as he follows Christ is a most excellent pattern. He was very well educated in the OT, as a pharisee, which was excellent preparation for his calling as an Apostle.

Churches today are entering many different ideas, particularly within the mega/contemporary church movement.

Like Paul and Jonathan Edwards, I see the marks of true Christianity within an individual not by what he does or says, necessarily, or by what others do to him but by the character traits that develop as a package from the work of the Holy Spirit (Galatians 5:22-23 & 2 Peter 1). From this new character comes words, actions, restraints, attitudes, etc.

Which puts the Christian in a difficult place when it comes to the use of force. We seek to live quiet lives, doing good to others as we spread the seeds of the Gospel which we pray will land on fertile soil (including o

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News Item1/4/2020 2:41 PM
John UK  Find all comments by John UK
Quiet Brother,

I believe a good, long study of Paul's life (he who said, "Follow me, as I follow Christ.") would have a good effect on our evaluation of what Christianity is, and where we have gone astray in the matter of pushing God out of the church. Note here Paul's afflictions and his use of the word "all" when it comes to persecution.

2 Timothy 3:10-12 KJV
(10)  But thou hast fully known my doctrine, manner of life, purpose, faith, longsuffering, charity, patience,
(11)  Persecutions, afflictions, which came unto me at Antioch, at Iconium, at Lystra; what persecutions I endured: but out of them all **the Lord delivered me**.
(12)  Yea, and *all* that will live godly in Christ Jesus *shall* suffer persecution.

Now bro, do you see any difference between Paul's Christianity, and modern Christianity?

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News Item1/4/2020 1:52 PM
The Quiet Christian  Find all comments by The Quiet Christian
...actually in the same position as the privates.

What are your thoughts, Brother?

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News Item1/4/2020 1:51 PM
The Quiet Christian  Find all comments by The Quiet Christian
My dear brother, John. This would have to the follow on to our discussion regarding self-defense, would it not? Your question, and the point behind it, is excellent. Where is the line in which Christians may use force to protect their or others' lives? Does the self-defense principle I argued vehemently with Mr. Wilson in a church under attack in Texas also apply to the unborn At the abortion clinic?

Those who have argued that there is no difference and acted upon that notion are in jail, or dead, having carried out an attack on a clinic. It is hard in this case to justify the further taking of life, particularly by people arguing for life. I do not argue in favor of the two situations being the same, and condemn the further taking of life at the clinic. Of course, and you may well accuse me of hypocrisy, babies die daily at, any of them. And perhaps the average Christian here is too quiet and complacent.

But where is that line drawn? Frank gave a good explaination.

As a point of order, here in the US, we are not subjects of the Crown...or at least not yet seeing as the Progressives haven't completely taken over every aspect of life here and I know you being in the UK have a similar set of troubles. So we are not like "privates in the Army." Generals in the Army are act

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News Item1/4/2020 1:02 PM
John UK  Find all comments by John UK
Frank wrote:
Thanks for your comment(s) brother. The points you are making are difficult if not impossible to agree upon. We agree that abortion is the worst kind of murder since it targets someone who is completely and totally innocent. Yes, they are born with a sin nature, but they had no choice in being born. In years past, there were those in the U.S. who killed abortionists and they did it in the name of the Lord. They were prosecuted and convicted of murder. But, are they in God's eyes?
And, I know how hypocritical some of my thoughts are and were concerning this issue!
What it all comes down to, Frank, in the end, is, what has God set in place by way of authority and government. What the USA and UK have in common is an elected government, who apply justice through law courts.

The government you have is the one put there by the Lord, and you ought obey it, in the general sense, that is, the majority of the time. Is that not the Lord's plan? Getting emotive about their decisions helps none, nor does rebellion. There has to be a certain amount of passivity involved. The private does not make decisions in the army - he just does it.

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News Item1/4/2020 12:47 PM
Frank  Find all comments by Frank
John UK wrote:
Frank, thanks for attempting to answer the question.
So the murder of unborn babies is permitted in the USA, and the murderer is protected by law, to be allowed to continue his evil work. We are now told that in one year alone, over 42 million babies were cruelly put to death by wicked men, and nobody can do anything about it. Well, obviously nobody did anything about it in 2019.
Two adults are killed attending church, and the perp was gunned down and killed with one bullet to the head, and the former policeman got state approval for his act in protecting so many others. Yet the state approves 42 million baby deaths in one year?
Thanks for your comment(s) brother. The points you are making are difficult if not impossible to agree upon. We agree that abortion is the worst kind of murder since it targets someone who is completely and totally innocent. Yes, they are born with a sin nature, but they had no choice in being born. In years past, there were those in the U.S. who killed abortionists and they did it in the name of the Lord. They were prosecuted and convicted of murder. But, are they in God's eyes?

And, I know how hypocritical some of my thoughts are and were concerning this issue!

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News Item1/4/2020 12:29 PM
John UK  Find all comments by John UK
Frank wrote:
Brother JohnUK,
Well, I think that all abortions are murder and those who have, do or support them are murderers in God’s eyes. If I had my way, all would be prosecuted and put to death.
But, in many countries, abortions are legal. That means if I took the law into my own hands, I would be disobeying the government that our Lord established. I would be a law breaker and a criminal. In my country it is legal to protect myself or some other innocent person using lethal force. But, in the case of abortions, those laws don’t apply.
Frank, thanks for attempting to answer the question.

So the murder of unborn babies is permitted in the USA, and the murderer is protected by law, to be allowed to continue his evil work. We are now told that in one year alone, over 42 million babies were cruelly put to death by wicked men, and nobody can do anything about it. Well, obviously nobody did anything about it in 2019.

Two adults are killed attending church, and the perp was gunned down and killed with one bullet to the head, and the former policeman got state approval for his act in protecting so many others. Yet the state approves 42 million baby deaths in one year?

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News Item1/4/2020 12:06 PM
Frank  Find all comments by Frank
Brother JohnUK,

Well, I think that all abortions are murder and those who have, do or support them are murderers in God’s eyes. If I had my way, all would be prosecuted and put to death.

But, in many countries, abortions are legal. That means if I took the law into my own hands, I would be disobeying the government that our Lord established. I would be a law breaker and a criminal. In my country it is legal to protect myself or some other innocent person using lethal force. But, in the case of abortions, those laws don’t apply. In the OT, there are examples of people killing others to protect themselves or to do justice.

Now I can envision being a law breaker under certain circumstances. An example would be during the tribulation; Christians are actually called upon to be law breakers. The law will state that all will take the mark and worship the antichrist as god. All Christians will disobey those things.

What is the point of your comment? Would you say it is wrong to have a military or a police force? When God said to kill everything that breathed; no one would even hint that He was being immoral and yet, mankind was ordered to carry out His command. Deu. 20:16

Are you still planning on taking that trip?

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News Item1/4/2020 10:19 AM
John UK  Find all comments by John UK
I shall be interested in the answers to my three questions. Thank you. I realise one of the questions is difficult, but surely someone can have a go at it?
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News Item1/4/2020 9:39 AM
Reformed Protestant | Missouri  Find all comments by Reformed Protestant
And what say you, John UK? What would "your Jesus" do in our situation? Please take no offense! I think you raise a valid point. Although we disagree on the topic of self-defense, I think we would both agree that abortionists are even more murderous than the Texas shooter. I have always had a burden for the preborn. You often point out the wrongs you think American Christians are doing. Are you capable of giving us the "right" solution to our "abortion" problem?

Oh, and have you put the solution to work in your own country?

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News Item1/4/2020 7:37 AM
Carl in Asheville | North Carolina  Contact via emailFind all comments by Carl in Asheville
"Things they do look awful c-c-cold (talkin' 'bout my generation)" The Who 1965

"Then it goes and takes with it seven other spirits more evil than itself, and they come and live there -- so that in the end, the person is worse off than he was before. This is how it will be for this wicked generation."
(Mat 12:45)

As the people crowded around him, Yeshua went on to say, "This generation is a wicked generation! It asks for a sign, but no sign will be given to it -- except the sign of Yonah.
(Luk 11:29)

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News Item1/4/2020 6:21 AM
John UK  Find all comments by John UK
There are not many Americans willing to shoot these abortion doctors dead. Why not? They are killers no different to the lunatics who enter a school to kill. They enter their abortion clinic first thing in the morning to kill.

Oh, is it because it is illegal to kill them? Can't they plea defence of another?

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