Ben Carson is holding no punches on the abortion interview.
In an interview with DoveTV's Perry Atkinson, Carson was asked what he thought about the hot-button issueâ€”specifically, if solving it would solve the rest of America's spiritual problems to an extent.
"It's interesting that we sit around and call other ancient civilizations 'heathen' because of child sacrifice. But aren't we actually guilty of the same thing?" Carson replied.
Amen, Louise & Dolores, The questions you both raised are good ones. It is easy to give up and accept that America is too far gone, especially in light of the fact that they not only elected that reprobate in the White House, but re-elected him for another term. And the problem is not simply those heathen liberals, but many who profess to be Christian and yet support the murder of children as well as many other evils such as sodomy, etc. However, I think there is always hope that God could have mercy on us and turn things around. So, to that end we should pray that God would bring revival to his church and grant repentance to his people because as His Word says, "Judgment begins at the house of God."
I have seen the story of his life,"In His Hands"(I think that's correct) anyway a most remarkable story of how God turned his life around. He would make a great president.Are there enough good people left to vote him in? I read a comment by one preacher,that abortion is actually sacrificing children to the god of convience. I agree with Hershel Hobbs. Even used it in the lesson I had prepared for my Senior Adult class when the lesson was on Abortion. Would you believe that some of these ladies disagreed with my thoughts on the subject and said,it would be better than have these unwanted children raised in abusive homes. I was raised in a home with lots of turmoil and an abusive father, but here I was years later teaching a SS Class on abortion because God had a plan for my life. Yes, I had to work through a lot of issues from my past but with Christ who strenghtened me, I have.
I took my daughter to hear Dr. Carson speak in Bloomington on May 6. He was tremendous. A Christian man with common sense and a brilliant mind. When we left, my daughter said, "He will never be president, because he is too good." I told her we are going to pray. He is the exact opposite of that reprobate in the white house, but is America too far gone to support this wonderful man?