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Planned Parenthood quotes religious leaders to promote “reproductive rights” code for abortion

Posted in Abortion Religion - see RCRC, Abortion Sacred, Planned Parenthood Clergy, Religious Coalition of Reproductive Choice with tags , , , , , , , , on October 21, 2014 by saynsumthn

We all know by now that Planned Parenthood uses God to sell abortion.
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In fact, this blog broke the news that the abortion giant had published a Clergy / Pastoral Letter to convince women in a crisis pregnancy that there is nothing in the scriptures that says abortion is wrong and that many clergy think abortion is okay.

A second letter published by Planned Parenthood and exposed by this blog tells women that, “abortion is a morally permissible choice for a woman facing a problem pregnancy…and that the decision to have an abortion will not threaten your relationship with God.”

Now, we discover that Planned Parenthood has used religion to promote “reproductive rights” code for abortion, in a newsletter they published last year.

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In the 2013 Fall edition of ,The Source, a newsletter published by Planned Parenthood of the Heartland, they interview supporters from diverse spiritual points of view.

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They begin with Planned Parenthood Board Member, Lee Lee Doyle, PhD, who says she considered becoming a nun but changed her mind just before being confirmed. She then suggests that her interest in being a nun is what led her to commit to promoting abortion – uhhhh – correction “reproductive rights”, “Faith can serve as a vehicle to bring people together,” she writes, “as well as one to drive us apart, and the role it plays in discussions about reproductive rights is no different. In my early twenties I was preparing to dedicate my life to Christ as a nun. However, the day before I was set to take my first vows, I realized that this was not my calling, and that I was there for the wrong reasons. I liked the life and work of the nuns – the commitment to serving the poor, caring for people, and living a simple, just life – but not the spiritual aspect. Yet, some of the very convictions that had attracted me to the order were the same ones that would eventually lead me to my life’s work conducting contraceptive and reproductive health-focused research, and spark my passion for advocating for sexual justice and reproductive rights…For me, my support of Planned Parenthood’s mission comes as part of my theology, not in spite of it.”

Rabbi Eugene Levy

Rabbi Eugene Levy, co-founder of the Arkansas Interfaith Alliance makes it clear that he supports the nation’s top abortion provider, “The goal for Jews is to bring God’s heavenly kingdom to earth. It’s all about making the world a better place. Being ‘pro-life,’ then, is about making life good between birth and death so the question is,what are we going to do to make life better…There are many religious voices out there who like Planned Parenthood and the work it does, and I am one of them. I’ve always liked this organization, and I want to be a voice for a religion that supports Planned Parenthood.

The number one provider of abortions goes on to quote the Rabbi that life begins at birth, “Consider that the term “life” means from the moment of birth to the moment of death, and be sure you do everything possible to make life as good as it can be for everyone in your community.”

Rev Debra McKnight PP

Rev. Debra McKnight, associate pastor of First United Methodist Church in Omaha whose picture made the cover of this heretical issue calls compassion godly but goes on to advocate for legalized abortion on demand, “God is a life-giving presence, which means we can and should care for each other with compassion. Faith isn’t just an hour on Sunday morning, but in your everyday life… I believe that being absolutely pro-birth isn’t always the most life-giving choice. The church needs to be there to support people, not moralize about those choices. We hope for a world where abortion doesn’t have to happen, but we acknowledge that an absolute ban is not necessarily the most life-affirming stance, either, because it doesn’t take into account the circumstances of the woman and her family.”

The Methodist minister goes on to imply that abortion is sacred, “People of faith can take courage from the prophets of ancient stories and speak up. They can let the world and our leaders know that reproductive rights are sacred and women’s health means healthy families, workplaces and communities,” Rev. McKnight states.

Just want to point out that not one verse of scripture or Biblical reference or reference from the Torah was used by Planned Parenthood’s religious supporters.

Holocaust Survivor on Forgiveness

Posted in Hitler, holocaust, Nazi with tags , , , , , , , on October 7, 2013 by saynsumthn

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Holocaust survivor Eva Kor was subjected to life-threatening and invasive experimental tests at the hands of Nazis when she was 10 years old.

She was taken to Auschwitz in May 1944, along with her father, mother, two older sisters and her identical twin sister, Miriam.

She and Miriam were “guinea pigs” for SS doctor Josef Mengele’s experiments on twins, Kor said in a phone call from her Holocaust museum in Indiana. Mengele viewed twins as genetic control groups.

After 10 months in Auschwitz, only Miriam and Eva — then Eva Mozes — walked out of the camp when they were liberated Jan. 27, 1945. The rest of her family was murdered.

Despite enduring severe illness, starvation and humiliation, Kor said she has forgiven all of the Nazis. The author of “Surviving the Angel of Death: The True Story of a Mengele Twin in Auschwitz,” she travels the world promoting her message of forgiveness and sharing her story of survival.

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Wise words from Holocaust survivor Eva Kor. Kor founded the CANDLES Holocaust Museum and Education Center museum.

“By the time I was born, my destiny was decided, as were the destinies of so many Jewish children. The Nazis had no use for Jew-ish children.”

“Everybody always says when we talk about tragic human events such as genocide, never again. That’s an important idea, never again. If I want to help prevent genocide from happening, I’d better understand it. What made it possible for a guy like Adolf Hitler to rise to power? If we can understand that, maybe we can use that to prevent other terrorists from rising to power.”

Hitler, she said, took advantage of the poor economy that followed the Great Depression. “Hitler told them he could make their lives much better and many people believed him. Instead of solving the crisis, he blamed the Jews. So that is another thing to remember: anytime a ruler or president starts blaming people, looking for scapegoats instead of taking responsibility, that’s a dangerous sign.”

Hitler was a terrorist who rose to power because good people said nothing, she said.

“The key word here is terrorist. Terrorists have no respect for human life,” she said. “In Germany, not all Germans were Nazis. There were many good Germans — but nobody spoke up.”

Never again: Holocaust victim forgives, not forgets, October 06, 2013 12:00 am

Graphic Content: Israel’s “peace” partners slaughter Jewish family

Posted in Israel with tags , , , , , , , on March 14, 2011 by saynsumthn

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850 Orthodox Rabbis: Kagan ‘Not Kosher’ for Supreme Court

Posted in Rabbi Levin, Supreme Court with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on June 25, 2010 by saynsumthn

Kagan “will function as a flame-throwing radical, hastening society’s already steep decline into Sodom and Gommorah,” says Rabbi Levin.

NEW YORK, June 24, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The leader of a group of orthodox rabbis in the United States has spoken out against the appointment of U.S. Solicitor General Elena Kagan, who is Jewish, to the nation’s highest court.

Speaking on behalf of over 850 members of the Rabbinical Alliance of America, Rabbi Yehuda Levin said, “While any number of our co-religionists would represent the undeniable, historic Torah values shared by Orthodox and traditional Jews, we are devastated and broken-hearted by the choice of Elena Kagan.”

“According to the Torah perspective adhered to by our 850-plus member Rabbis, as well as hundreds of thousands of Orthodox and traditional Jews, Ms. Kagan is non-kosher – not fit to serve – on the Supreme Court or any other court.”

Levin said that it was “clear” from Kagan’s background championing abortion and the homosexual agenda “that she will function as a flame-throwing radical, hastening society’s already steep decline into Sodom and Gommorah.”

“It should be clear that Ms. Kagan’s long line of forebearers, presumably tracing back to Sinai, would have sacrificed their lives rather than embrace the anti-G-d, counter-sanctity agenda that she has lived and promoted,” said the rabbi.

Levin expressed concern that, thanks to the rise of a Jewish judicial activist Supreme Court justice, the Jewish community could be “scapegoated and targeted by even a tiny subset of the tens of millions of citizens simply fed up with an imperial anti-family, anti-Biblical judiciary.”

“For the record, let this statement serve as an unequivocal protest, establishing that Ms. Kagan’s philosophy and approach are antithetical to traditional Judaism,” he said. “We emphatically reject her ascendancy to the Court!”

Levin concluded by urging senators to oppose the nomination by any means possible.

“We family and religious people will surely employ our last weapon – the ballot box – to respond to those who ignore this existential threat, and insist on contaminating the cultural wellsprings from which we and our children are forced to drink,” he said. “It is late in the game. We implore voters to convey these concerns to their Senators – feckless and otherwise.”