The Christian abortion abolition movement is growing. I'm glad to see it grow, in part, due to an increased awareness in the biblical open-air preaching community of the importance of abortion ministry. The open-air preaching community is bringing more men into the fight against abortion (1 Corinthians 16:13). For far too long women have shouldered the burden of leading and fighting this fight on the front lines--at the front doors of the abortuaries. And with the increased number ofopen-air preachers joining the fight, there seems to be an exponential increase of pro-life/abolition chatter on social media, blogs, and websites. I have written somewhat of a guide of how to preach at an abortion clinic.
The zeal, passion, fervency, and sense of urgency in the Christian abortion abolition community is commendable and warranted. After all, let us not forget that more than 3,000 unborn children aremurdered every day in the United States. But the Christians' zeal, passion fervency, and sense of urgency must be tempered with Christ-likeness. Nothing in the fight to abolish abortion justifies or excuses sinful behavior, whether in thought, word, or deed. Any argument to the contrary is an argument predicated upon the errant idea of "righteous sinfulness"--an argument that puts the professed believer in opposition to God and His Word.
There is what seems to me to be a “new trend” among evangelicals. Thanks to wonderful brothers like Jason Lisle and Sye TenBruggencate (among others), many evangelicals are embracing and using logic. In fact, contrary to many...[ abbreviated | read entire ]