Skip to comments.Defeating the Culture of Death: The Pro-Life Vote
Posted on 08/25/2016 3:09:37 PM PDT by pgyanke
The Culture of Death has gained a strong foothold in America over the passivity of the dominant Christian population. Its time to stand up and put an end to it. This book is a powerful weapon for the culture wars.
I call heaven and earth to witness against you today, that I have set before you life and death, the blessing and the curse. So choose life in order that you may live, you and your descendants This is a very simple guide for the Christian voterdont vote for the party and people who champion the Culture of Death. Where most guides list the issues Christians should consider, this guide goes beyond to point the finger at those who advance an anti-Christian agenda even while garnering Christian votes. Our pro-life efforts will finally be victorious when we take the fight to the ballot box.
Please spread the word. I hope we can get a copy of this book in the hand of every minister, priest and bishop in America to give them the tools and courage to speak forcefully before its too late. Although targeted specifically at Catholics, what separates us as Christians is doctrinal differencesthere is no difference between us in recognizing the sanctity of human life.
Available now on Amazon.com in paperback or Kindle versions.
Thanks for this. Your knowledge and diligence are appreciated.
Archbishop Charles Chaput says there’s no difference between Donald Trump and a thrice-aborted abortion fanatic who is a whore to a dozen Muslim regimes.
The majority of the Catholic bishops, and the Pope, are also friends of the abortion industry and whores of the Jihad.
It's only good for Satan. HE is the culture of death personified and abortion and euthanasia fit right in with his plans. Satan, the ghoulish adversary.
1) What separates pro-lifers more than doctrine is vocabulary. They can’t work together because they misunderstand each other.
2) MoralMajority/ChristianCoalition registered millions of people pre-94. That made 94 possible. But most of them have not voted since. They thought if the pro-life candidates won the government would change. But the Senate Republicans did everything possible to bloc the rise of pro-lifers within the party. The pro-lifers picked up their marbles and went home.
Can Trump and Trump supporters convince them to come back?
Does it name specific candidates? I didn’t see anything like that in he table of contents in the preview.
Not primarily, no. It points out the issues of life that no Catholic can support... ever. Then, it lays out the Democratic Party's support for each and every one of them. Rather than going candidate by candidate and issue by issue in all races (a book no one would sit through), the premise of the book is that all Democrats at all levels should be shunned until they, as a party, stop supporting evil. The purpose of the book is to get Catholic leadership to admit it and teach accordingly.
If the Democratic Party feared losing the Catholic vote (as much as 25% of the population by census), they would change in heartbeat. They can ignore our marches and rallies (and have for years) but they can't ignore us as a voting bloc if we start voting in accord with our Faith.
“...if we start voting in accord with our Faith.”
How many Christians (both sides) really have a Faith to vote in line with these days?
Most are cafeteria plan Christians, in denominations long infiltrated and indoctrinated by proggies (a very successful part of the Marxist-socialist plan initiated by The Frankfurt School and its adherents). I left ELCA for its leftist progressivism, and easily see it in many other denominations as well as in the RCC. Any World Council of Churches member is an apostate church:
I believe true Christians need to initiate a Revival to coordinate with the election. Wake up, shed the disputes and histionics, unite on the Creed and vocally share in our communities the common faith, hope and love the Spirit imbues in us.
23 percent of “evangelical” “Christians”, many pro-life are voting for Mrs. Bill; they want “security”.
Thank you, Salvation.
Not enough, surely (sorry I called you Shirley). I don't think we can get EVERY Christian to vote in line. However, as it stands now, the Catholic vote is nearly divided equally. That mutes our voice entirely as politicians wrangle over the swing 4% in any election. Meanwhile, other minority groups vote as a bloc... their issues are front and center for every politician. If we can get 10% more Christians to toe a Christian line, we will have done a monumental thing. No politician would dare cross Christian values if we got to 60/40 pro-life voting.
I agree. That's my purpose in this book... getting Christians (in general) and Catholics (in particular) to unite in common defense of life. As I said above... outside of doctrinal differences we can surely unite around the sanctity of human life.
Good for you! That’s the way to do it...
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