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FRONT PAGE  |  6/29/2017
SUNDAY, JAN 19, 2014  |  8 comments  |  1 commentary
This year’s March for Life reaches a new group: evangelicals
Evangelicals are the most likely religious group to say that abortion should be illegal in all cases. So why would organizers of the March for Life, the annual demonstration on the Washington Mall, hire someone to reach out to that group?

The 41st march, scheduled for Wednesday (Jan. 22), has traditionally had a strong Catholic presence, with priests and nuns marching on or around the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion. Its founder, Nellie Gray, who died in 2012, was Roman Catholic, as well as is her successor, Jeanne Monahan.

“The march has a very Catholic feel to it with lots of rosaries, Virgin Marys and crucifixes,” said Jon Shields, a government professor at Claremont McKenna College. “It hasn’t been particularly savvy about reaching broader audiences.” ...


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Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
Jim Lincoln wrote:
I could and I should have added a little more material to my previous message. I am not attacking anyone who wants to rein in the abortion plague that we have in this country. The new Texas law for example, looks like a good one. I have nothing against people as individuals trying to do something about abortion in this country.
I would like to point out to others, however, as members of Christian churches and as individual Christians, are we trying to find legal cures to moral problems? Christians will show the effects of the Manifestations of Being Transformed. However, there is a futility of trying to reform society, through the social gospel either liberal or conservative, through the actions of the state. There is The Inadequacy of Moralism, which is recognized in the Bible. Moralism comes with Christianity and not the other way around.
so with the case of
Well Jim, perhaps we should legalize Pedophilia, murder, theft, etc, since we can't legislate morality. I thought scripture says we are to reprove the works of darkness. But, since you voted for Obama, you clearly don't.
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News Item1/20/14 2:04 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
I could and I should have added a little more material to my previous message. I am not attacking anyone who wants to rein in the abortion plague that we have in this country. The new Texas law for example, looks like a good one. I have nothing against people as individuals trying to do something about abortion in this country.

I would like to point out to others, however, as members of Christian churches and as individual Christians, are we trying to find legal cures to moral problems? Christians will show the effects of the Manifestations of Being Transformed. However, there is a futility of trying to reform society, through the social gospel either liberal or conservative, through the actions of the state. There is The Inadequacy of Moralism, which is recognized in the Bible. Moralism comes with Christianity and not the other way around.

so with the case of Birthright International, it is probably a good option and perhaps they better one for non-Christian women who would react negatively to a heavy-handed approach.

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News Item1/20/14 2:08 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Now wikipedia does have what I think is a slanted article against Pregancy Crisis Centers --but-- some of the practices of some of these centers, these parricular centers should have a picture of Lenin hanging in them with the saying "The End Justifies the Means" lying is not Christian any more than abortion is!

By the way speaking of Catholics, Proposed Abortion Restrictions in Spain Face Backlash.

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News Item1/19/14 4:04 PM
birth(not so)right  Find all comments by birth(not so)right
"Birthright cares
...for every woman who comes to us. We are non-judgmental, and are not involved in any religious or political activities. Birthright is here to help mothers make a plan for their future and the future of their unborn baby."

"Birthright has a philosophy of avoiding direct involvement in pro-life ... political advocacy."

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News Item1/19/14 2:58 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Probably, evangelicals are too busy supporting organizations such as,Birthright International or a good local crisis pregnancy center. I understand they have those in Great Britain as well. You're going to do anything legally to stop abortion, but the above type organizations to provide something of an alternative. By the way, quite right John UK, Christian and Catholics -- never together!
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News Item1/19/14 12:50 PM
Cliff Leckey | N. Ireland  Find all comments by Cliff Leckey
John UK wrote:
More attempts at ecumenism, but evangelicals are a hard nut to crack, especially those who know their Bibles and Church History.
41 years of marches? To what end?
Once again John..No surrender.
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News Item1/19/14 9:51 AM
Protestingit  Find all comments by Protestingit
500 years of reading the world's most complex book and daily comming to the conclusion that their predecessors interpreted it incorrectly. 183,000 days later and this is The Only Protest that matters to them. Their interpretation vs. their predecessors. A protest over interpretation of an extremely complex book is the sine qua non of their existence.

They don't much have the additional resources to also protest at the tomb of 50,000,000 aborted babies.

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News Item1/19/14 7:05 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
More attempts at ecumenism, but evangelicals are a hard nut to crack, especially those who know their Bibles and Church History.

41 years of marches? To what end?

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