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Choice News TUESDAY, JAN 1, 2013  |  19 comments  |  2 commentaries
Abortion Effect: U.S. Seeing Slowest Population Growth Since 1930

After almost 40 years of legalized abortions throughout the United States — and longer in states that okayed abortions pre-Roe — the U.S. population has been decimated to the point that the nation is seeing the lowest population growth since the 1930s.

Abortion has destroyed not only one generation of Americans but a second as well — people who should be boosting the fertility rate in their childbearing years now who were victims of abortions in the 1970s and 1980s. In total, more than 55 million Americans are been victimized by abortions and millions more were never born because their parents were aborted. ...


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News Item11/19/13 4:23 PM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
actually have proven to Jim before that the economy grew under Bush and was doomed by the sub prime crises started and created by the democrats.

http://www.examiner.com/article/new-study-confirms-economy-was-destroyed-by-democrat-policies

He can deal with the facts or continue in denial.

We have had over 54 million abortions and that has no effect of the birth rate? Instead it is lack of bedtime entertainment???? Not even gonna ask what that means

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News Item11/19/13 3:56 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Neil wrote:
The juvenile name-calling sure clears that up.
What else can he say? Continually harping and demeaning Bush may be his only way of giving relative elevation to the present WH occupant.
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News Item11/19/13 3:27 PM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
Jim Lincoln [10 mos. late] wrote:
I might dislike Baby-face Bush and Wild Bill Clinton, very, very much, but I don't hate them.
The juvenile name-calling sure clears that up.
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News Item11/19/13 3:13 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
First of all, Neil, I might dislike Baby-face Bush and Wild Bill Clinton, very, very much, but I don't hate them. I think both of them should have been impeached. Now, Bush, perhaps I want to impeach him because he's just plain stupid? Yes, George W. Bush Was a Terrible President, and No, He Wasn’t Smart, Wild Billy Clinton should've been axed with handling of state secrets and China, and what was a stupid action, Paul Ryan: ‘I Agree’ We Need To Reinstate Glass-Steagall, which he encouraged, apparently.

Republic, I'm happy to hear of your wife's positive experience at IHCC, we hope for you and your family's continued growth in Christ!

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News Item1/4/13 2:11 AM
Republic  Find all comments by Republic
Mr. Lincoln,

Right you are in many regards. I thought about my comment (of course after I posted it) and noted that most of the "Churches" in our country are not like ours. We have been so blessed on many fronts.

By the way, my wive went to kids camp at Indian Hills Summer Camp. Those summer weeks are some of her fondest memories.

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News Item1/3/13 3:11 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Republic if you notice are latest Church bulletin, Heartbeat from the Hills -- January 6 2013, the children are going through much the same material as yours and the parents are encouraged to go over that material with them at home. I'm also glad to hear that your pastor supports the expositionary preaching just as John MacArthur does, Why I Am Committed to Expository Preaching, Part 1 and Why I Am Committed to Expository Preaching, Part 2 and as does my pastor.

Now if ushers are given the permission to spank any unruly child on the spot I could agree with you on as teaching them to discipline themselves, of course they still won't get anything from the sermon, but still they would get something from the discipline. I'm glad I never attended church service as a child in the Methodist church, not only horribly boring & incorrect teaching, but many of my Sunday School teachers had a better grip on what a Christian is. Now many fundamental pastors also do that, and could do a very good job teaching kids, while boring their parents

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News Item1/2/13 3:19 PM
jpw  Find all comments by jpw
great comments from Rep and Neil. yes that is what the elders are there for and the next generation is blessed!

I for one would keep the children around. Life is a gift.

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News Item1/2/13 2:02 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Rob, which you say is true for the Romish Church, Should Roman Catholicism really be classified as a Christian religion? -- No. So, while many IFB's seem to have the knowledge of a 3rd grader and the stubborness of a 2 year old, please don't paint all of us, with the same brush! I have always argued for better care for mothers, and better adoption agencies and programs.

Throwing money at some people, some of the time may very well help, but changes have to come to these people themselves. Even good healthcare programs that England started out with, which help to provide midwives, have deteriorated. While we should do our best with the financial resources we have, we are not going to cure every problem with secular means, even England and Australia with tighter gun laws still have murders, even usually not as many, except when you consider the Muhammadans.

We can do more, but we can only do so much. It is not the Church's duty to run social welfare programs for that matter, Our Greatest Responsibility to the World is spreading the Gospel.

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News Item1/2/13 1:32 PM
Jack | UK  Find all comments by Jack
Apocalypse.
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News Item1/2/13 10:55 AM
Rob Harris | Iowa  Find all comments by Rob Harris
Totally untrue:

The church wants more babies to be born, more people, more of everything.

Have they ever thought about quality instead? How about better care for the babies? Can these babies grow up to be better citizens than be pot-babies? Can the mothers (and fathers) support them?

The reason for the recent drop in "baby making" is that the originally gullible people, who have been shackled by the church have broken free and are trying to lead better lives (than be slaves of the church).

the church should probably look into mending its disgusting affairs like meddling with AIDS vaccines availability, pedofiles inside the church and its opposition to homo-sexual(s), opposition to minorities, opposition to science and technology etc, before poking its nose elsewhere.

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News Item1/1/13 4:25 PM
Republic  Find all comments by Republic
Jim Lincoln wrote:
No, all what happens is that children get bored when the sermons are so much above their head,
Corinthians 13
11 When I was a child, I used to speak as a child, think as a child, reason as a child; when I became a man,"

i still speak as a child, think as a child, reason as a child? Because nobody ever taught me to be a man.

Our pastor preaches verse by verse through the Bible. (And does a great job) The same thing that all of us should be doing with our children at home. Right now we are walking through 1 Corinthians. I believe that there is a lot that children should learn from this book. I would say that it is a loving thing to teach them to sit and listen to the teaching of the Word and to spend more time interacting with adults than their peers. Especially the Godly men and women in our Church. I believe that segregation of the congregation is very damaging and integration of the ages is constructive. The young learn wisdom and patience from the elderly and the elderly get life and energy from the young. It is beautiful.

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News Item1/1/13 4:24 PM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
Jim Lincoln wrote:
No, all what happens is that children get bored when the sermons are so much above their head,
I wasn't talking about sermons, but only social gatherings.

I see you found a pretext for more Bush-bashing. Hatred is unbefitting a Christian.

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News Item1/1/13 2:59 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
No, all what happens is that children get bored when the sermons are so much above their head,

Corinthians 13
11 When I was a child, I used to speak as a child, think as a child, reason as a child; when I became a man, I did away with childish things.
12 For now we see in a mirror dimly, but then face to face; now I know in part, but then I shall know fully just as I also have been fully known.
13 But now abide faith, hope, love, these three; but the greatest of these is love.---NASB

Perhaps the only thing the child could learn, is to learn how to behave properly in public --admittedly a very good thing-- but if that makes him hate going to church that really isn't displaying love is it?

There should be classes that are geared for children, or it is falling down on its duty to children. But then, I have pointed this out to Neil before.

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News Item1/1/13 2:42 PM
Republic  Find all comments by Republic
Neil wrote:
One could as easily blame the Internet.
Quibble: decimation literally means taking one out of every ten. It was a Roman legionary punishment for unit cowardice.
I've encountered Christians who didn't particularly like their children. At one church, for almost every fellowship group social gathering, children were not invited & babysitting was expected. Very puzzling.
Great comment.

We finally found a Church/Group of Christians who encourage children's involvement. Rare and refreshing.

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News Item1/1/13 2:32 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Not really, Neil, it could be factored in of course, but T.V. has been around a much longer than the Internet, and population decline coincides (notice, I didn't say cause ) Actually the Republicans are the fault of the low birth rate, since "Baby Face" Bush and cohorts wrecked the economy, --Ok-- I'll add Wild Billy Clinton to the list, but it shown that low birth rates occur in developed countries when the economy is bad Birth Rate Plunges, Projected To Reach Lowest Lowest Level In Decades -- you can either have a kid or a new t.v., a new t.v. usually wins out.

Hmm, might be interesting, Neil, if we can also have group-discipline of children, when their parents don't apply it. Of course when church has visitors, that also wouldn't be possible.

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News Item1/1/13 2:18 PM
Republic  Find all comments by Republic
Jim Lincoln wrote:
Probably blame the prevalence of television. It's not abortion but the lack of bedtime entertainment, that is cutting down the growth rate. Also more women in the workforce, instead of following their natural calling, q.v., Instructions to Wives, Mothers and Their Husbands.
So, no, the article is not quite on target with this topic.
Sir,

You may be correct that television/entertainment has had an effect. However, not in the way that you mean it. Culture has not stopped "knowing each other" and it probably has increased since people are working less and looking for more entertainment instead of concentrating on work and family. The entertainment that they get on television is bloated with perversion and encourages promiscuity and sexual activity. However, they are not unified in biblical marriage and see God's blessings as "fun squashers" and utilized abortion, whether it is with a vacuum or a pill, to eliminate the "inconvenience." Whether they are claiming Christianity or humanism, the majority of the population is embracing the rot that the tube/flat screen is spewing.

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News Item1/1/13 2:09 PM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
One could as easily blame the Internet.

Quibble: decimation literally means taking one out of every ten. It was a Roman legionary punishment for unit cowardice.

I've encountered Christians who didn't particularly like their children. At one church, for almost every fellowship group social gathering, children were not invited & babysitting was expected. Very puzzling.

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News Item1/1/13 2:03 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Probably blame the prevalence of television. It's not abortion but the lack of bedtime entertainment, that is cutting down the growth rate. Also more women in the workforce, instead of following their natural calling, q.v., Instructions to Wives, Mothers and Their Husbands.

So, no, the article is not quite on target with this topic.

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News Item1/1/13 10:09 AM
jpw  Find all comments by jpw
yep, all those grown children would now be taking care of their elderly parents. instead austerity will be their caretaker and rations will be their medicine. and we will feed darwin and his cousin eugenics because we have learned to love babylon. when religions such as mus rule the day, we will blame their god. surely babylon does not disappoint.
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