Originally posted by @thinkofone
If it were primarily about stopping women from having abortions, there were any number Republican presidential candidates available who had much stronger anti-abortion stances.
If Christianity had the gospel preached by Jesus during His ministry as its foundation, then there wouldn't be any Christian Trump supporters. But it isn't, so Christians cons ...[text shortened]... /b]
Misogyny, racism, greed and simple mindedness had no small part in getting Trump elected.
Not all people who call themselves Christians think abortion is murder.. Suzy is the poster girl for that crowd.
However, Christians that do believe that abortion is murder, it is akin to trying to decide on whether to vote for a Nazi, or their opponent who is against the Holocaust, because the Nazi regime has swell social programs, which they did have. Sure, their opponent could have any number of flaws, but you would have to be hard pressed to find flaws as bad as this. But most people vote their pocket book instead, which the German people did do. In fact, most women have an abortion due to money concerns, and it is a billion dollar industry that helps keep organizations like Planned Parenthood afloat. Considering this, I don't see it being overturned, but does that mean we should still not fight it? I think we have an obligation to fight it if we think it is murder even though the world will reject us, but then again, they will ultimately reject us as Christians anyway. As the Bible says, the root of all evil is the love of money, and if the world rejected Christ, they will do the same to his followers.
It is the choice of political groups like the DNC who have built their political organization on issues such as abortion. There is no room for dissent. Not only do they want It legal, they want taxpayers to fund it. It would be akin to German taxpayers voting to pay for for more ovens.
Now what confuses the hell out of me are organizations like the Catholic church. It is their official position that abortion is murder, but judging from what the Catholic church chooses to focus on instead, and the followers of the religion, you wouldn't think it was. But that is just how Catholics are. They realize that they are basically screwed with doctrines they don't agree with and would be hard pressed to change, so they kinda pretend they don't exist.
As for Republican Presidents saying they want to overturn Roe vs. Wade, if that were true then they would appoint people who were like minded. They don't.
But as a Christian, all you can do is go by what they say.
As the Bible states, the world is desperately wicked along with the various world kingdoms, and judging from the history of genocide in the human race, it would seem that it is just our nature.
The only opposition to it in this world to the mass genocide is a desert God who says that sacrificing children to him is unacceptable, which all ancient religions did prior to the God of the Bible.
My guess is that the deep state has info on Kavanaugh that would suggest that he might try to overturn Roe vs. Wade. If that is the case, chances are he is toast.