Great Stuff — NO, MR. PRESIDENT. REPENT

April 26th, 2013 Post by

Great stuff article over on DaringLutheran by Pastor Michael Schuermann concerning the speech made by President Obama at Planned Parenthood.  His work on this is a fine example of boldness in the face of a world gone mad, calling evil good and good evil.

 

President Obama spoke to Planned Parenthood this morning (Friday, April 26th). He said all sorts of things. Yet what was most galling, at least in my mind, is how he ended his speech. Here’s what he said: (source)

“As long as we’ve got to fight to make sure women have access to quality, affordable health care, and as long as we’ve got to fight to protect a woman’s right to make her own choices about her own health, I want you to know that you’ve also got a president who’s going to be right there with you, fighting every step of the way,” said Obama. “Thank you, Planned Parenthood. God bless you.”

No, Mr. President. You have authority from God to exercise your leadership of the country for the good of its citizens. You have authority from God to call out an organization which exists in order to murder – and advocate for the ever-increasing “legality” of such murder – the most helpless among us, namely the unborn (or even the born).

Unfortunately, you too have consistently advocated for that same murder.

baraobam82Mr. President, you must repent. Your office – given to you from God – demands that you protect the unborn. This will be unpopular. I imagine your own party will abandon you, maybe even your closest friends and family. Do and say what is right, Mr. President.

And in the meantime do not dare to offer up the Lord’s name in vain. Do not invoke the name of He who gives and loves life as some perverse blessing over an organization that is a source of such evil and death. Mr. President, repent. God does not bless evil, Mr. President. He hinders and destroys it.

May God hinder the wicked plans of Planned Parenthood, President Obama, and all those who are like-minded, that their evil plans may come to nothing. And may He bring them all to repentance and faith in His saving Gospel – trusting in Christ’s forgiveness – that they may have eternal life. Amen.

 

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  1. April 26th, 2013 at 15:07 | #1

    Amen and Amen.

  2. April 26th, 2013 at 15:10 | #2

    Yes Mr. President, nature has unfairly saddled women with the problem of getting pregnant and having children, and that gets in the way of fun and mass promiscuity.

    Doesn’t historic Christianity teach that there is innate beauty in one’s gender, no matter what it is, and innate beauty in childbearing? Even if that were a fairy tale, who wouldn’t want to believe it?

  3. Matthew Mills
    April 26th, 2013 at 15:23 | #3

    @Derek Johnson #2
    If we’re going to legally repeal biology, can we repeal gravity at the same time? (It would be cool if I could fly home.)

  4. Ken Blair
    April 26th, 2013 at 15:42 | #4

    @Matthew Mills #3

    Repeal biology. Are you trying say abortion “undoes” a pregnancy? Using that reasoning, a murderer “repeals biology” as well. That’s quite a bone-headed comment. Lefties are usually much more intellectual in their false teachings.

  5. Matthew Mills
    April 26th, 2013 at 16:17 | #5

    @Ken Blair #4
    No, I’m saying that women are women, and that sexual intercourse creates real live babies in their wombs (biology). Biologically, these babies are human, alive, and genetically distinct from their mothers. It’s the President and his allies on the left who are trying to “repeal biology” by creating some bogus right to consequence free sex, which real biology cannot support. Much of their progressive agenda is basically an attempt to repeal biology and make men and women not just equal under the law, but interchangable. That is just as absurd as fighting for “Loretta’s” right to have babies.

    Sorry for the confusion, but I was trying to piggy-back on Mr. Johnson’s post.
    Pax Christi+,
    -Matt Mills

    (“Lefties?” I’m the most conservative person here.)

  6. Robert
    April 26th, 2013 at 17:08 | #6

    “May God hinder the wicked plans of Planned Parenthood, President Obama, and all those who are like-minded, that their evil plans may come to nothing. And may He bring them all to repentance and faith in His saving Gospel – trusting in Christ’s forgiveness – that they may have eternal life. Amen.”

    Quick… send this to Weedon so that he can make a collect out of it–for the entire Synod to pray on Sunday.

  7. April 26th, 2013 at 19:05 | #7

    The President has taken his walking orders verbatim from Planned Parenthood. This Washington Post article (2008) makes clear the horror of his clear-headed political machinations:http://voices.washingtonpost.com/fact-checker/2008/02/obamas_voting_record_on_aborti_1.html

    P.S. A quote from Walker Percy’s Lost in the Cosmos: The Last Self-Help Book:

    Question: Who is the most obnoxious, Protestants, Catholics, or Jews?
    Answer: It depends on where you are and who you are talking to—though it is hard to conceive any one of the three consistently outdoing the other two in obnoxiousness. Yet, as obnoxious as are all three, none is as murderous as the autonomous self who, believing in nothing, can fall prey to ideology and kill millions of people—unwanted people, old people, sick people, useless people, unborn people, enemies of the state—and do so reasonably, without passion. Adolf Eichmann was a good family man, a devoted husband and father.

  8. Pastor Mark Schroeder
    April 26th, 2013 at 19:15 | #8

  9. April 26th, 2013 at 23:52 | #9

    God bless you?

    No thank you, Planned Parenthood, and may God damn you.

  10. April 27th, 2013 at 01:57 | #10

    If I were to say, with folded arms, that I am not against murder because it is not my business to be against the way a murdering psychopath lives his life I’m certain this would raise a few eyebrows, but if, in turn, I was to say I am not against the practice of abortion because this, too, does not involve my opinion, due to the fact that my opinion should not have bearing on the decisions of another or invade the way in which they carry out an action such as this, a lot of people would carry on as normal and think that this is a reasonable statement to make.

    One truly ascends to the highest peak of human negligence and ignorance to assert that our reason for not taking a stand on something as disgusting and morbid as abortion is because “their” business is not my business. Suppose we took that same stance when Hitler was deciding to snuff out the Jews, how moral would this have been? Don’t worry about the most defenceless among us, namely the unborn. We don’t have to put a face on them so why do they matter.

    A group of children get blasted away in a small town, sad to be sure, and every liberal jumps on their bureaucratic bandwagon to strip the rights of responsible citizens, but the leader of our country defends the slaughter of thousands of children a day, waving the false banner of women’s rights, and we give him the Nobel Peace prize. What kind of illogical degradation to the human race is this?

    And this same group touts themselves as the forerunners of human dignity and civil rights yet they fail to extend these freedoms and protections to those who cannot protect themselves, and they approve of those who strip them away.

    Murdering children, what an absolute denial of the oath of the medical profession. But go on celebrating women’s choice to kill her own child, while I receive the misogynistic card for calling a thing what it is, murder. O that we could open our eyes and put a stop to this individualistic mindset and look at ourselves as a body which should defend even the lowliest part. That would be a fight for civil rights and human dignity, that would be something to hang your hat on.

  11. Joe Strieter
    April 27th, 2013 at 08:15 | #11

    Kantor Dennis Boettcher :
    God bless you?
    No thank you, Planned Parenthood, and may God damn you.

    This is clearly a curse, and if I recall correctly, there’s something in Luther’s explanation to the Second Commandment about cursing.

    Where’s the moderator?

  12. #4 Kitty
    April 27th, 2013 at 08:42 | #12

    Great stuff article over on DaringLutheran by Pastor Michael Schuermann concerning the speech made by President Obama at Planned Parenthood. His work on this is a fine example of boldness in the face of a world gone mad, calling evil good and good evil.

    Yes, excellent use of sound and fury.

    Mr. President, repent. God does not bless evil, Mr. President. He hinders and destroys it.

    No, not really. *Looks around*… plenty of unhindered evil in the world.

  13. Carl Vehse
    April 27th, 2013 at 09:03 | #13

    If the moderator is around, he also may want to distribute bottles of whiteout so we can cover up Psalms 69:27-28, lest such imprecatory prayers be applied to Traitorobama and his regime.

  14. helen
    April 27th, 2013 at 09:09 | #14

    @#4 Kitty #12

    There will always be “unhindered” evil in the world, until Judgment day.
    God does not “bless” evil but he sometimes uses it to accomplish His purposes.
    Read Job.

    Joe, read #13

  15. #4 Kitty
    April 27th, 2013 at 09:12 | #15

    @helen #14
    Thank you for your recommendation helen. I haven’t read Job in several years.

  16. Nicholas
    April 27th, 2013 at 09:13 | #16

    If a moderator deleted Kantor Dennis Boettcher’s comment, but allowed the comment of an abortionist like “#4 Kitty” to stand, it would be an exercise in hypocrisy.

  17. Nicholas
    April 27th, 2013 at 09:16 | #17

    #4 Kitty :
    @helen #14 I haven’t read Job in several years.

    That’s not surprising. People like you don’t believe that Job even existed: http://steadfastlutherans.org/?p=27294&cpage=1#comment-808297

  18. #4 Kitty
    April 27th, 2013 at 09:21 | #18

    @Nicholas #16
    Peace brother; I greet you with a holy kiss *mmmwwa * ;)

  19. “LC-MS Quotes”
    April 27th, 2013 at 09:52 | #19

    Causes for the decline in the birthrate in the developed world are ample and obvious: the embrace of materialism, the cancerous presence of abortion and contraception, the decline of marriage, the failure of couples to want to have children or to severely limit the number.

    The decline of marriage, the society wide prevalence of divorce, the rise of human trafficking, the massive sea change underway in the area of gender identity, in particular the movement toward so-called same-sex marriage, all these and more point to a serious misunderstanding not only of Church teaching, but also of human anthropology about sexuality.

    Drastic Decline in the Birth Rate
    (Excerpt from Pope Francis by Matthew R. Bunson, Our Sunday Visitor Press, pp. 169-170.)
    Christian News
    April 29, 2013

  20. Carl Vehse
    April 27th, 2013 at 10:33 | #20

    @helen #14: “There will always be “unhindered” evil in the world, until Judgment day.”

    This is true. Until then, within our responsibilities as the government, we should promote, encourage, and assist the indictment, trial, conviction, and hanging of at least some of the traitorous and murderous evil within our own country.

  21. Joe Strieter
    April 27th, 2013 at 11:45 | #21

    @Carl Vehse #13

    An imprecatory psalm is one thing, calling God’s judgment upon PP is quite another, and frankly no different than Rev. Wright’s, “G-D America!” Why limit things to PP? There’s plenty of other organizations and people around to send to hell.

    @Carl Vehse #20

    Yep! And let God deal with them as He sees fit.

  22. April 27th, 2013 at 16:23 | #22

    How does pronouncing God’s blessing upon Planned Parenthood differ from pronouncing His blessing upon the worship of false gods at Yankee Stadium and Newtown?

  23. John Rixe
    April 27th, 2013 at 16:57 | #23

    “And now a blessing of hope through faith in Jesus Christ….” – Pr Morris

    To me, this still doesn’t sound like Pr Morris is pronouncing His blessing upon the worship of false gods.   

  24. John Rixe
    April 27th, 2013 at 18:11 | #24

    @Kantor Dennis Boettcher #9

    A much better response:

    “May God hinder the wicked plans of Planned Parenthood, President Obama, and all those who are like-minded, that their evil plans may come to nothing. And may He bring them all to repentance and faith in His saving Gospel – trusting in Christ’s forgiveness – that they may have eternal life. Amen.” – Pr Schuermann

  25. Carl Vehse
    April 27th, 2013 at 18:29 | #25

    @Joe Strieter #21: “Why limit things to PP?”

    What?! Who’s limiting things to just Planned Parenthood? Not God.

    In his column, “Praying Evil Upon Our Enemies,” Rev. Walther Snyder notes that Martin Luther wrote on this topic,

    “No one can pray the Lord’s Prayer correctly without cursing. For when he prays: ‘Hallowed be Thy name, Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done,’ he must put all the opposition to this on one pile and say: ‘Curses, maledictions, and disgrace upon every other name and every other kingdom! May they be ruined and torn apart, and may all their schemes and wisdom and plans run aground.’ (Luther’s Works 21:101)”

    In his article, “The Interpretation of Imprecatory Psalms” (The Springfielder, Volume 39, Number 3, July 1975, p.99), Raymond F. Surburg writes:

    “The imprecations and maledictions in the Psalter may be understood to ask God to do with the ungodly and wicked exactly what the Bible says that God has done (for example, the punishment of the world in the days of Noah; the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah in Abraham’s day; the punishment of Israel in the days of the Judges), is doing, and will do. Without doubt, that person has made the greatest progress in godliness who in his thinking follows God and judges evil men exactly as the Psalm-writer asks God to do. The holiness of God cannot brook sin in any form, shape or manner. God has clearly and frequently announced that the unrepentant sinner will be punished. The Bible has much to say about the wrath of God that will be manifested against all ungodliness and wickedness of men. Starting from the proposition that the Bible was inspired by the Holy Spirit, and that in our present Bible we have God’s Word, we therefore, hold that the psalmists were not expressing their own personal views but were motivated by God to write the maledictions that they did. Hence the curses that are invoked upon evil men do not flow from passion and anger in the psalmist’s heart, but they are prophetic utterances in the form of prayer, foretelling the ultimate doom of those who hate and persecute God’s children.”

  26. Carl Vehse
    April 27th, 2013 at 19:51 | #26

    In the Abstract to his paper, “Nuremberg and the Crime of Abortion” (University of Toledo Law Review, Vol. 42 Winter 2011, p. 283-394), Prof. Jeffrey C. Tuomala states (p. 283):

    “The Nuremberg tribunals generally limited their jurisdiction over crimes against humanity to offenses committed during wartime. The post-WWII doctrine that high-level government officials are liable for massive human rights violations committed against their own citizens in peacetime has become widely accepted and has major implications for international criminal law.”

    In his conclusion, Prof. Tuomala states (p. 394):

    “The prosecution’s theory that the German government unlawfully encouraged abortion by providing or funding abortion services directly applies to the U.S. government’s practice of providing abortion services in federal facilities and providing funding for abortions. The prosecution’s theory that the German government committed crimes against humanity by prohibiting Polish courts from punishing abortion is analogous to the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Roe v. Wade, which effectively prohibited states from protecting unborn children.”

    “Abortion was one face of Nazi genocide. It was a face unashamed of its purpose-to reduce the growth in populations that the Nazi elite ‘did not want to have too many of.’ [Chief U.S. prosecutor at Nuremberg and SCOTUS] Justice Jackson had hoped that the people of Germany and of the world would be so moved by the spectacle of these atrocities that they would collectively resolve ‘Never Again!’”

    May God lead Christian citizens to publicly discuss, plan, demand and work for their nation to establish a similar Nuremberg-type trial, conviction, and sentencing of the high-level government officials in the legislative, executive, and judicial branches, state governors, state legislators, doctors, businessmen, bankers, leaders of Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers, and representatives of the major political parties who have promoted, enabled, funded and conducted the genocidal murder of unborn children.

  27. April 27th, 2013 at 22:01 | #27

    Guess my comment stirred up a few people, eh? :)

    So tell me … What would Luther say in regards to blessing an organization who is seemingly proud to be a mass murderer?

    And in what way did the blessed Dr. speak about the Pope and Turk?

  28. Jim Pierce
    April 27th, 2013 at 22:12 | #28

    RE: Prayer. The following is from the Large Catechism:

    “76] Let this be a very brief explanation and sketch, showing how far this petition extends through all conditions on earth. Of this any one might indeed make a long prayer, and with many words enumerate all the things that are included therein, as that we pray God to give us food and drink, clothing, house, and home, and health of body; also that He cause the grain and fruits of the field to grow and mature well; furthermore, that He help us at home towards good housekeeping, that He give and preserve to us a godly wife, children, and servants, that He cause our work, trade, or whatever we are engaged in to prosper and succeed, favor us with faithful neighbors and good friends, etc. 77] Likewise, that He give to emperors, kings, and all estates, and especially to the rulers of our country and to all counselors, magistrates, and officers, wisdom, strength, and success that they may govern well and vanquish the Turks and all enemies; to subjects and the common people, obedience, peace, and harmony in their life with one another; 78] and on the other hand, that He would preserve us from all sorts of calamity to body and livelihood, as lightning, hail, fire, flood, poison, pestilence, cattle-plague, war and bloodshed, famine, destructive beasts, wicked men, etc. 79] All this it is well to impress upon the simple, namely, that these things come from God, and must be prayed for by us.

    80] But this petition is especially directed also against our chief enemy, the devil. For all his thought and desire is to deprive us of all that we have from God, or to hinder it; and he is not satisfied to obstruct and destroy spiritual government in leading souls astray by his lies and bringing them under his power, but he also prevents and hinders the stability of all government and honorable, peaceable relations on earth. There he causes so much contention, murder, sedition, and war, also lightning and hail to destroy grain and cattle, to poison the air, etc. 81] In short, he is sorry that any one has a morsel of bread from God and eats it in peace; and if it were in his power, and our prayer (next to God) did not prevent him, we would not keep a straw in the field, a farthing in the house, yea, not even our life for an hour, especially those who have the Word of God and would like to be Christians.”

    Notice that in our petition it is prayed that our enemies (e.g. Turks, the Devil, etc.) are “vanquished.” That’s pretty damning.

  29. Joe Strieter
    April 27th, 2013 at 23:13 | #29

    @Jim Pierce #28
    You said, “Notice that in our petition it is prayed that our enemies (e.g. Turks, the Devil, etc.) are “vanquished.” That’s pretty damning.”

    No it isn’t. The petition as you quoted it says, “Likewise, that He give to emperors, kings, and all estates, and especially to the rulers of our country and to all counselors, magistrates, and officers, wisdom, strength, and success that they may govern well and vanquish the Turks and all enemies.” That is hardly “damning.” It clearly asks that our rulers (not God), etc., vanquish our enemies, not send them packing off to hell.

    If God would have all men to be saved and come to the knowledge of the truth, who are we to pray that God sends any of them to hell, even the killers in PP? If He takes no pleasure in the death of the wicked but that they turn from their ways, how then can we ask that they be damned? I know what St. Paul says in Galatians 1, but he’s talking about “another gospel” not aborting babies or steering planes into buildings or using chemical warfare on citizens. When Jesus instructed us to pray for our enemies (Mt. 5:44), it’s safe to say that he wasn’t telling us to pray then into hell.

    Vanquishing enemies (other than Satan himself) is hardly equivalent to cursing them into hell. When you think about it, isn’t that where Satan wants everyone to go? To enter the realm of cursing into hell is venture into dangerous territory, and is tantamount to aligning one’s self with Satan. That kind of cursing is spiritually risky. We’re better off leaving that business to God.

  30. Joe Strieter
    April 27th, 2013 at 23:23 | #30

    Kantor Dennis Boettcher :
    Guess my comment stirred up a few people, eh?
    So tell me … What would Luther say in regards to blessing an organization who is seemingly proud to be a mass murderer?
    And in what way did the blessed Dr. speak about the Pope and Turk?

    Luther notwithstanding, I would pray (and have prayed) that God would thwart the efforts of PP. I would (and do) pray that he visits his temporal judgment upon them, by what ever means he chooses, to the end that PP would see the errors of their ways, repent, and I hope, be saved. But sending PP to hell? I wouldn’t go there.

  31. James Sarver
    April 28th, 2013 at 08:35 | #31

    #4 Kitty @ #12,

    “No, not really. *Looks around*… plenty of unhindered evil in the world.”

    Perhaps a longer view is in order. Where are all the evil people from 100 years ago?

    Then the Lord said, “My Spirit shall not abide in[a] man forever, for he is flesh: his days shall be 120 years.” Gen 6:3

    The wages of sin are paid but you don’t get to choose the payday.

  32. Jim Pierce
    April 28th, 2013 at 09:14 | #32

    @Joe Strieter #29

    Joe, I could be wrong, but killing those who are unregenerate seems to be a means sending them straight to hell. I suppose it is possible that the Gospel was preached to the Turk prior to the sword thrust through the heart. :)

  33. Joe Strieter
    April 28th, 2013 at 15:33 | #33

    Jim Pierce :
    @Joe Strieter #29
    Joe, I could be wrong, but killing those who are unregenerate seems to be a means sending them straight to hell. I suppose it is possible that the Gospel was preached to the Turk prior to the sword thrust through the heart.

    From the Merriam-Webster OnLine Dictionary definitions of “vanquish”:
    1: to overcome in battle : subdue completely
    2: to defeat in a conflict or contest
    3: to gain mastery over (an emotion, passion, or temptation)

    It’s interesting that, at least by this definition, killing is not necessarily included in the definition of “vanquish.” Yet, it times of war, death is no doubt part of the vanquishing.
    Killing the unregenerate in times of war (or civil strife) may indeed send them straight to hell, but the sending to hell part is not our business, our vocation if you will. When the older Boston bomber was killed, Bill O’Reilly (who claims to be RC) gloated that hell now has another occupant. What Christian could possibly rejoice over any soul that ends up in hell? What are we to say to the idea that, in killing a regenerate enemy, we might be helping in sending them straight to heaven? I’m sure there are plenty of German soldiers who were sent to heaven during WWII, and no small number of American soldiers, for that matter.

    PP’s baby-killing business can and should well be described as “damnable.” That’s not the same as wishing its leaders and employees into hell. Based on the definition (3) cited above, I pray that God will help me to vanquish my own temptation to call down curses on my temporal adversaries, however damnable their offenses.

  34. Jim Pierce
    April 28th, 2013 at 16:22 | #34

    @Joe Strieter #33

    Thanks for sharing your opinion. “Damning” isn’t necessarily a curse in the sense you are using it. It can also mean to condemn, e.g. asking God to bring judgement against His enemies (see LC citation above), or to condemn false doctrines and their teachers (plenty of examples of that in the Book of Concord). See Galatians 1:8

    I think the answer to this exchange is pretty simple and clear. If you don’t want to pray an imprecatory prayer (i.e. asking “God to do with the ungodly and wicked exactly what the Bible says that God has done”: quote from Carl’s post above), don’t.

  35. Carl Vehse
    April 28th, 2013 at 18:06 | #35

    @Jim Pierce #28,

    Your excerpt from the Large Catechism was from Luther’s explanation of the Fourth Petition. You also may want to consider Luther’s explanation of the Third Petition, “Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven,” including the imprecatory nature of the Lord’s Prayer (LC.Part III.68,69):

    In these three petitions we find expressed in the simplest manner the need which pertains to God himself, yet all for our sakes. For whatever we pray concens only us, namely, as we have said, that the will of God, which must be done without us, may also be done in us. For as his name must be hallowed and his kingdom come without our prayer, so also his will must be done and succeed, although the devil with all his adherents raise a tumult and rage in fury, and undertake to utterly exterminate the Gospel. But for our own sake we must pray that, even against their fury, his will be also done without hindrance in us, that they may accomplish nothing, and we remain firm against all violence and persecution, and submit to the will of God.

    Such prayer must indeed be our protection and defence now, to repel and overcome all that the devil, Pope, bishops, tyrants and heretics can do against our Gospel. Let them rage all together and attempt their utmost, and deliberate and resolve how they may destroy and exterminate us, that their will and counsel may revail. One or two Christians with this petition alone shall be our wall against them, upon which they shall dash themselves to pieces.

    Thus, per the Lutheran Confessions, you and I and other Christians are praying an imprecatory prayer that demonic tyrants (like Obama and his Demonicrat supporters) dash themselves to pieces according to God’s will, every time we pray the Lord’s Prayer.

  36. April 29th, 2013 at 09:51 | #36

    Carl, you got to the point I was making before about WWLD (What Would Luther Do). Luther doesn’t mess around like the mealy-mouth theologians of this day do. He calls a spade a spade. He prays (as the imprecatory Psalms do) that they will “dash themselves to pieces” at the hands of God’s judgment.

    PP is an abomination to the Christian faith. They have innocently killed millions and millions of babies (pre-born, yes, but babies nonetheless). This President of ours has blasphemously asked God to bless this group of abominable murderers. In Biblical times, what did the Jews do to those who blasphemed? They were subject to death (Leviticus 24: 16; I Kings 21: 10).

    Now, I may be a bit more mercurial than others on this board, and in my initial post I was simply drawing a contrast to the blasphemy of Obama, to show how the world really gets this screwed up. In reality, yes, PP’s actions are damnable; Obama’s blasphemy is damnable; and I do pray that these people do see the error of their ways and repent, so that millions more do not suffer the same fate that others have received at the hands of these murderous abortuaries.

  37. Carl Vehse
    April 29th, 2013 at 10:38 | #37

    @Kantor Dennis Boettcher #36: PP is an abomination to the Christian faith. They have innocently killed millions and millions of babies (pre-born, yes, but babies nonetheless).

    Planned Parenthood has also MURDERED babies who have been born alive!

    From Part 4 of a LifeSiteNews series on babies born alive during an abortion (Note: hold on to your stomach!):

    After being involved in the pro-choice movement for a number of years, [Presbyterian Pastor Zolton] Phillips was given the opportunity to witness abortion procedures. He was shocked at what he saw. The first abortion he witnessed in the Planned Parenthood clinic was a suction abortion in the first trimester. He describes his horror at seeing a fully formed hand caught in the gauze bag covering the jar that collected the aborted baby parts. He then saw two other suction abortions. The fourth abortion that he saw, a late-term abortion, was even more disturbing:
    After the saline abortion, the baby was born alive. Shocked, I appealed to the nurse saying, “Hey, he’s trying to live, help him!” She replied, “I can’t because they’ve signed the papers that he’s dead.”

    Rev. Phillips now is a pro-life supporter and author.

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