One thing the media seems to be overlooking is Brown’s stance on supporting abortion.
Hopefully there will be additional details coming out about this.
If I had been in MA I would have voted for him, but this issue is quite troubling to me.
We all deepen and become less cavalier as we grow in wisdom.
Hopefully we all follow this process. Thinking contemplative people more so etc.
God bless us in our day, in Jesus name, amen.
I am having a hard time understanding how someone, politician or no, can be conservative,Christian and a supporter of abortions. Pro-choice is a euphemism for readily available abortions,i.e. the killing of babies; it is not a stance to encourage variety in the general way. Scott Brown, hopefully, will choose to change his mind on this issue.
Christian Reformed Church in North America.
We spent 14 years in a CRC congregation a couple decades back, and I try to keep up on what's going on with them. We still get denominational rag. They are on a fast slide into liberalism. And not the good kind of liberalism.
His church’s position
“Because the CRC believes that all human beings are imagebearers of God, it affirms the unique value of all human life. Mindful of the sixth commandmentYou shall not murder (Ex. 20:13)the church condemns the wanton or arbitrary destruction of any human being at any stage of its development from the point of conception to the point of death. The church affirms that an induced abortion is an allowable option only when the life of the mother-to-be is genuinely threatened by the continuation of the pregnancy.”