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Sacrificing Bits of Babies to the God of American “Civil” Religion

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By Antipelagian

Here is a link to a previous video You Tube took down.

Molechism is alive and well in America…and it thrives in our churches as well. The greatest repulsion, to many of us,  is not that abortion is still going on, rather, that people have the audacity to keep talking about it.

When the sheer ugliness of the concept is shown, proponents want to cover it up. Those who revel in the “freedom” infanticide delivers hate to be conftronted with the reality of what it actually is: infanticide.

 If freedom is your god, and the sacrifice is the unborn, I that is the sacrament of Freedom…how does Freedom taste? 

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Written by antipelagian

January 11, 2009 at 10:02 pm

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  1. Hitler, cited in a defense of a point, is the sign of a weak argument.

    mud_rake

    January 11, 2009 at 10:42 pm

  2. Not necessarily. If it is relevant, it’s fair game. In this case, we are talking about the extermination of well over 50 million children since 1973. Mind you that these figures merely reflect reported abortions performed in medical facilities. This number does not take into account unreported abortions, morning after abortions, or abortifacient contraceptives. Having said as much, I believe it to be quite appropriate.

    Paleocrat

    January 11, 2009 at 11:57 pm

  3. Hello again, mudrake. I’m still Bubba of RI.
    The argument isn’t really weak at all.
    Eugenics is eugenic. A=A.

    The case of a woman’s life being endangered due to pregnancy complications does have to be dealt with.

    But not to the tune of 50 million abortions. That’s eugenic.
    And thus, hitlerism.

    Bubba

    January 12, 2009 at 12:46 am

  4. *edit*
    I decided I’d ask mud_rake two simple questions:

    What point was I bolstering in citing Hitler?
    What was my argument?

    antipelagian

    January 12, 2009 at 8:06 am


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