Entries Tagged ‘Church’

Are Christians really called not to judge the sin of abortion?

by Kelli Martin Luther King, Jr. said, “The church must be reminded that it is not the master or the servant of the state, but the conscience of the state.” Serving as the conscience of the people has been one of the primary functions of the church since its conception. Scripturally, we are commanded to […]

Stanek wkend Q: Agree with bishop that pro-lifers must support illegal immigration?

illegal-immigrantsFrom Patheos, November 14:

Archbishop Jose Gomez of Los Angeles… made it clear that any pro-life platform must include respect for the dignity of the immigrant.

Asked whether immigration is connected to the pro-life position, he explained, “Obviously the Church is very concerned about the culture of life. But life from conception until natural death. So all those issues are part of the dignity of the human person. So I think that’s obviously a connection, in the sense that we care about every single person.”…

Stanek weekend question: What if pro-choice activists were to invade church “buffer zones”?

http://rudepundit.blogspot.com/2014/06/you-wanna-keep-harassing-women-at.htmlBe sure to take the poll at the bottom of this post!

In response to the Supreme Court’s reversal of Massachusetts’ abortion clinic buffer zone law this week, pro-choice blogger Dan Savage at TheStranger.com suggested following the lead of West Hollywood homosexual activists, who supposedly got a church to stop invading their space by turning the tables.

Savage quoted an obscenity-laden post by Rude Pundit with like-minded thoughts:

Pro-life blog buzz 6-13-14

pro-lifeby Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli

We welcome your suggestions for additions to our Top Blogs (see tab on right side of home page)! Email Susie@jillstanek.com.

  • At Priests for Life, Fr. Frank Pavone calls for civil disobedience in response to the recently passed New Hampshire “bubble zone” law that bans pro-lifers from coming within 25 feet of an abortion facility:

    This is an unjust law, not only from the perspective of free speech, the regulation of which must be content-neutral in order to be Constitutional, but also from a perspective that is antecedent to the Constitution…. This law attempts to stop those who are trying to save human lives, and therefore violates natural justice.

    Because of its injustice, and because of the teaching of the Church that calls for conscientious objection to such laws, this law has no claim on conscience and should be directly disobeyed and violated.

New Stanek poll: How often does your pastor preach against abortion?

I have a new poll question up:

How often does your pastor preach against abortion annually?

Most pro-lifers I know complain their pastor doesn’t talk about the abortion issue enough. So how often is that? Vote on the lower right side of the home page.

(Is your pastor resistant? Have him/her read what Franklin Graham thinks.)

In the last poll, 90% thought Emily Letts’ “abortion video” damaged the pro-abortion brand…

Stanek Sunday funnies 6-30-13

Here were my top five favorite cartoons this past week. Don’t forget to vote for your favorite in the poll at the bottom of this post!

by Eric Allie at Townhall.com
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 by Glenn McCoy at Townhall.com (it’s the Chicago way, after all)…

Stanek weekend question II: Do you agree no one who worships the God of Abraham could possibly have voted for Obama?

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Louie Verrecchio is one of Catholic News Agency’s longest running columnists. He wrote an oped this week, reposted by American Life League, that contained several strong statements and one profound one, underlined. Verrecchio was writing to Catholics but Protestants could certainly be included in much of his denouncement.

Abortion pictures rile members of pro-choice church

Abortion pictures are not pleasant to view, particularly on one’s way to Sunday morning worship service at a pro-choice church.

For the past several weeks Todd Bullis has taken his Church Project to the Custer Road United Methodist Church in Plano, Texas.

Showing the reality of abortion through abortion pictures, Todd and his team have made it their mission to educate church goers that the place where they worship condones this heinous act against God, in whose image we are made.


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