Planned Parenthood Director Leaves, Has Change of Heart
Planned Parenthood has been a part of Abby Johnson's life for the past eight years; that is until last month, when Abby resigned. Johnson said she realized she wanted to leave, after watching an ultrasound of an abortion procedure.
"I just thought I can't do this anymore, and it was just like a flash that hit me and I thought that's it," said Jonhson.
She handed in her resignation October 6. Johnson worked as the Bryan Planned Parenthood Director for two years.
I fully agree with Rick on the big picture and for what it's worth I am a strong pro-life supporter...one would think it sort of goes without saying for those who frequent this site.
Jim, as for our side banter, I agree with the sola's however I haven't read your IHCC statement of faith. BTW, I really didn't think you'd take issue with Griffith Thomas comment...I have several of his commentaries which I know are clearly subordinate to Scripture... but have been helpful to me.
This alleged Pharisee..."at least I'm not unregernerate this time" will go back into retirement from SA postings. Godspeed Folks.
Actually she may very well have a KJV Anglicans get quite a laugh out of red-neck hill-billies claiming their Bible. Especially how the Anglican Church treated English Dissenters. There has been a move in the Anglican high Church apparently to come out against abortion. Is a Catholic anymore Christian when he (or she)opposes abortion. We like to see drunks get back on the wagon, but we want it to be a Christian wagon!
What a wonderful thing God has done. But what a terrible thing it is for the modern day Pharasees who are straining at a nat and swallowing a camel. The usual jabber jaws are missing the point. She probably doesn't have a KJV bible either. Well So What. The point is , She's not killing babies anymore. God has taken the enemy captive by changing a heart.
the AOC or Anglican Orthodox Chruch is a small but fervent group of faithful Anglican witnesses in N America separated from the TEC, COE and others.
anglo-saxon: may the congregations connected to the website continue to maintain their biblical stances espoused on the website. BTW, Jim might prefer G H Griffith Thomas given his support of Moody and Dallas Th Seminary.
Oh, oh, someone said something about lordship salvation, as you probably have already thought it out, I don't belong to a church that believes in "carnal" Christians, Who Is A Carnal Christian? and as such there has be a dramatic change in a person's behavior and beliefs--it doesn't take years, The Gospel Provides for a New Life. Anyway, lordship salvation is certainly something my pastor doesn't agree with Charles Ryrie.
anglo-saxon, I hope you are in a group, who doesn't think that one drop of tradition isn't subservient to the Bible, if it does, one would have to say any such group isn't Christian. Yes, I have noticed that some Anglicans have been pushing that old time religion, and I don't mean the Catholic-lite church that Henry VIII founded. Anyway, --most-- Episcopalians in the US are, liberal and/or Catholic Anglicans.
Jim Lincoln wrote: If she really had a change of heart she would no longer be a part of Anglicanism.
Are you claiming that immediately upon repentance a new believer's life is immediately and completely conformed to the image of Jesus Christ? (If so, then I must needs question your repentance...) Or might this be the earliest part of the journey for this dear woman, who has had the courage to receive this truth that was revealed to her and to walk in the light that she has?
Acts 3 18 "But the things which God announced beforehand by the mouth of all the prophets, that His Christ should suffer, He has thus fulfilled. 19 "Repent therefore and return, that your sins may be wiped away, in order that times of refreshing may come from the presence of the Lord; 20 and that He may send Jesus, the Christ appointed for you,---NASB