Selling False Teachings

Planned Parenthood is proud of the number of babies they slaughter each year and they’re doing everything in their power to sell abortion to the masses.

In a twisted attempt to get faith-based Americans to stomach abortions, Planned Parenthood has created a Clergy Advocacy Board (CAB) and you won’t believe what they stand for.

From actually calling Planned Parenthood a “ministry,” to encouraging women to end the lives of their unborn babies, just wait until you hear the radical ways these people use their “faith” to justify abortion.

To start, every Christian knows life is a sacred gift from God.

But some people who claim to have faith dispute this notion and think women can do whatever is best for them…

… even if it means killing their own baby.

The sad thing is, when women hear that “members of faith” support abortion, it makes it seem more palatable because these alleged “religious leaders” are defending abortion giants like Planned Parenthood and calling them good.

But Planned Parenthood’s CAB “values” statement on their website is nothing short of horrifying.

One paragraph states:

“A woman should never feel ashamed or judged when making the deeply personal and often complex decision about whether to choose adoption, end a pregnancy, or raise a child.

Our pastoral care experience teaches us that health care decisions are best left to the patient in consultation with her family, her health care provider and her faith, without interference from politicians or the courts. As clergy we assert that it is the sacred right of a woman, guided by her wisdom, her faith and her conscience, to make the complex determination to end a pregnancy.”

The only truth that’s real comes from God – and He never tells us to be guided by our own “wisdom.”

Such false doctrine!

CAB even goes so far as to denounce crisis pregnancy centers, claiming they “mislead women.”

But the truth is, crisis pregnancy centers are the ones saving unborn lives and advocating FOR women while Planned Parenthood leads them astray.

Recently, Planned Parenthood boasted on their most recent addition of clergy members.

Using their faith as a weapon, these new board members actually try and advocate for abortion like it’s something holy and good.

Rev. Katey Zeh claims to be an “abortion doula” and views holding women’s hands while they undergo an abortion as “ministry work”.

Religion News Service reported:

“There are so few of us who are people of faith who are willing to be bold and audacious about supporting reproductive freedom because of our faith,” she said.

And then there’s Rev. Elise Saulsberry from Tennessee who thinks pro-abort clergy members should be proud of their stance.

Religion News Service continued:

“As leaders of faith and as clergy, we are to stand and speak out loud — as loud as other clergy — in support of reproductive health, rights and justice.”

These individuals are a classic example of what it means to be a false teacher, and God will hold them accountable for leading others astray.

It’s tragic enough people support abortion – but it’s unconscionable that others do it in the name of “faith.”

Let us pray for those considering abortion, that they will encounter true believers who will show them abortion is never their only choice and help them make a different decision.

In addition, we must pray that all false teachers will be exposed for what they really are, while praying they repent of their wicked ways.

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