Religious leaders leading others, but not to religion

This is one of the most disgusting things I’ve read lately.

Scripture neither condemns nor prohibits abortion. It does, however, call us to act compassionately and justly when facing difficult moral decisions. Scriptural commitment to the most marginalized means that pregnancy, childbearing, and abortion should be safe for all women. Scriptural commitment to truth-telling means women must have accurate information as they make their decisions. — From An Open Letter To Religious Leaders on Abortion as a Moral Decision, authored by the Religious Institute.

The fact that so many “religious leaders” have signed this letter, endorsing it and its culture of death agenda, is cause for sadness, alarm, and serves to deepen my commitment to continue spreading the word about the Word, the Truth of the teachings of Christ and the Beauty and Goodness of God and His law. Read this and tell me this: What Scriptures are these people reading when they say that the Bible says nothing about abortion? (See my post from back in May about this very thing: The Bible says nothing about abortion, oh, really?)

Read An Open Letter To Religious Leaders on Abortion as a Moral Decision, authored by the Religious Institute.

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About Disciple

I am a pro-life activist, blogger, writer, poet, singer songwriter, musician, photographer, nerd, bookworm and Mac fan. I have two dogs, one of whom is well-travelled. (I had three for a while after adopting a senior dog, but he has now passed away, and the pack is back to two girl dogs. One was born after, the days of mammoth road trips.) And the most important thing is: I was received into Holy Mother Church in 1996 and, through the grace of God, I love Christ and His Church more with every passing day. Thanks be to God!
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2 Responses to Religious leaders leading others, but not to religion

  1. Is religious truth antipodal to “false”? Is such truth true in the sense of logic? If so, is God limited by logic? I argue in my posts that religious truth is sui generis (i.e., unique). I’ve been posting on this in conversing with comments and thought you might be interested.

    • Disciple says:

      I’m interested only in the Truth Who is a Person, the Person of Christ, and in the great love He had and has for humanity. Is that the Truth you’re talking about?

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