Woke congregations across the nation have celebrated the abolition of abortion, and gone so far as to call the pro-life movement “demonic” following the Supreme Court’s ruling in favor of Roe v. Wade. Wade.
It remains to be determined how each state will deal with the defeat of Roe. Wade. Many red states already have abortion bans in place. These laws, contrary to popular belief propagated by the left-leaning radicals, allow for exceptions for mother’s life. The battles continue. Florida, for example, is currently facing legal challenges over its 15-week abortion ban as Gov. Ron DeSantis continues to fight.
” To say that the state Constitution mandates things such as dismemberment abortions — that is not the correct interpretation,” DeSantis stated this month. It was clear that there would be appeal.
In the meantime, some blue states are trying to regulate abortion. California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D), for example, signed a bill making the Golden State a “safe haven for women across the nation” to get an abortion.
Polls indicate that the majority of Americans think there should be restrictions on abortion, especially after the first trimester. Half of Democrats, however, believe abortion shouldn’t be prohibited, possibly even until birth.
One would think there would be little debate over Roe‘s defeat in the realm of the Christian faith, but that is not the case either.
Many in the Christian faith point to various scriptures to back their views against abortion, detailing that God “knitted me together in my mother’s womb.” Others point to scriptures detailing how men and women are made in the very image of God and that children are a gift directly from God Himself.
However, not everyone agrees. Many Christian churches have been infiltrated by Woke culture. Some of these churches made it clear that they cherish the right to end a woman’s pregnancy.
Breitbart News recently compiled a list of church leaders from various sects, including Episcopalian and Methodist. — allegedly distorting Scripture and advocating abortion after the Supreme Court’s decision to reverse Roe ..
“We ask for the support of all those who are in need to have reproductive health care,” said a woman at St. Bartholomew’s Church, New York.
“We ask for protection from illegal and forced abortions. We pray for all those not in the same mindset regarding reproductive rights .”
Darryl Ford, lead pastor at Ikon Community Church in Atlanta, Georgia, asserted, “If men could get pregnant, this wouldn’t even be a topic,” and William Murphy, lead pastor at the dReam Center Church of Atlanta, told the congregation, “All the guys, let’s all, let’s all set appointments to get vasectomies.”
” This isn’t just about reproductive rights,” said he. He said, “This is not about reproductive rights. It’s also about civil rights. It’s about human right .”
He also stated that pro-life is the “beginning of a demonic agenda”, and called for the church to “get into the gap .”
A member of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, Atlanta said that he used to view abortions as the killing of babies. He then prayed for “deeper understanding.”
“Some see abortions as babies getting killed, as I did once before praying for deeper understanding.” He said later that laws that limit and remove freedoms “are never on the side” of Jesus or a God who is just .”
Notably, President Biden, a self-proclaimed Catholic, is among those who adamantly oppose the decision to overturn Roe, deeming it a “sad day for the country.” Notably, the Catechism of the Catholic Church states that abortion is a “moral evil.”