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"The Signs of the Times"

Sacrifice to Molech

This Episcopalian priestess insists that abortion is not a sin, so is not to be repented of. She insists that abortion is a right of women. And she insists that God (the Deity) rejoices when women abort their children. This merely shows how evil abortion is, and how diabolical the whole culture of death is. It is nothing short of sacrificing children to Molech. How else can this priestess insist that her god rejoices when women abort their children? It is child sacrifice. It is a sacrifice demanded by Satan.

God already made the ultimate sacrifice, that of His very own Son, shedding His precious blood on the cross. By the blood of Jesus, Satan has been defeated. In his rage, in his desperation, Satan demands blood sacrifices from his followers. And Satan particularly delights in the sacrifice of children, of unborn children at that. The holocaust of the unborn is the tribute demanded by Satan.

We must realize that we are not just confronted with a conflict of cultures. We are faced with spiritual warfare, with the forces of the devil assaulting the forces of God. We do not just have people doing evil deeds of abortion. We have Satan's followers making sacrifice to him, in furtherance of his diabolical designs on the world. Satan's followers consider him as their god.

We worship the one true God, not the god of this world. Thus we are pro-life.

May our Lord protect us in this battle against the principalities and powers and world rulers of this present darkness.

God bless.


God "Rejoices" over Abortions Says Episcopal Priestess

By Peter J. Smith

DENVER, Colorado, June 24, 2008 ( - The Episcopal Church has to clarify God's official position on abortion - at least so says a priestess of the church, who claims that a proposed rite for post-abortive women conflicts with church theology and that the Deity "rejoices" when women elect to abort their children.

Rev. Nina Churchman wrote a letter to Episcopal Life Online expressing her outrage upon learning that her church has developed a healing rite for post-abortion women sorrowful over their abortion that seems to have language alluding to "sin" and "guilt."

Churchman said she "was sickened to discover that the rite for abortion is couched wholly in terms of sin and transgression."

The priestess also took particular umbrage with the words, "I seek God's forgiveness" and the words "God rejoices that you have come seeking God's merciful forgiveness."

"The Episcopal Church, by resolution, has long held that women have the freedom to choose an abortion," asserted Churchman. "It is not considered a sin."

The Episcopal Church's "long held" position permitting abortion dates back to 1967, when the church began to lobby for abortion in limited cases (i.e. rape, incest, fetal deformity, health of the mother), which by 1994 had become a full-blown defense of a right to an abortion. The church's previous position on abortion, had lasted much longer. As late as 1958 the church had expressed an unequivocal defense of over 1900 years of Christian tradition against abortion, stating, "Abortion and infanticide are to be condemned."

"Women should be able to mourn the loss of an aborted fetus without having to confess anything," declared Churchman.

"God, unlike what the liturgy states, also rejoices that women facing unplanned pregnancies have the freedom to carefully choose the best option - birth, adoption or abortion - for themselves and their families."

"The wording of this liturgy focuses solely on guilt and sin instead of the grief and healing that may accompany a very difficult but appropriate decision to terminate a pregnancy," said Churchman.

Instead Churchman expressed her determination that the church should reject the rite at the next General Convention and do away with the references to "sin" and "guilt."

The proposed post-abortion healing service had been the idea of Georgette Forney, president of Anglicans for Life, who had obtained an abortion when she was 16. Forney had asked the church to create a healing service for women like herself seeking healing, and the Episcopal General Convention had approved the development of the project.

The result was a rite addressing "the pastoral needs of women and men and who have experienced miscarriage, abortion or other trauma in the childbearing or childbirth process" in a book called, "Rachel's Tears, Hannah's Hopes: Liturgies and Prayers for Healing from Loss Related to Childbearing and Childbirth."

The 2009 General Convention of the Episcopal Church will consider and vote on the rite when it convenes July 8-17 in Anaheim, California.

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