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#EyesOnElSalvador Campaign Lying about Abortion Laws

“American pro-abortion supporters, Western embassies and international human-rights bodies have taken part in the war against El Salvador’s full ban on elective abortion by supporting a fraudulent campaign that promotes impunity for infanticide in that country.” Read the full story here.

In a nutshell, El Salvador jails those women who murder their children after delivering a living child in a natural birth or in a failed attempt to self-abort. The bloodthirsty pro-abortion supporters are, as usual, portraying these women as victims. Just as they lied in the Roe v. Wade case when they said Norma Nelson McCorvey (Jane Roe) had been a victim of rape. The true victims are the babies who were “were beaten, stabbed, strangled, and drowned in toilets and septic tanks” by their own mothers.

Another misrepresentation is of El Salvadorian law which the pro-aborts say does not include an exclusion when the mother’s life is in danger. Human Life International says differently. It’s not a difficult decision on who to believe. The choice is those who lie so they can profit off of the deaths of innocent babies or those who spend their lives trying to save them.

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Were Christians Mean to the Pagans?

Verbum, the name of a company that produces electronic bible software, has a free book out this month: Among the Gentiles: Greco-Roman Religion and Christianity by Luke Timothy Johnson. Don’t let the author’s name fool you. This man is about as Christian as the pagans he writes about. I’m writing about it because it amazed me how the company was able to coordinate their free book-of-the-month with the Amazonian Synod. It’s almost as if they knew pagan ceremonies would be taking place at the Vatican this month. Here’s part of the book blurb:

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Integral Ecology and Religion

Since Pope Francis is so fond of Integral Ecology, I thought I’d take a closer look at it. Here’s what I found in Integral Ecology Uniting Multiple Perspectives on the Natural World.

“The commonwealth niche studies the shared worldviews of spiritual relations with the natural world and the Kosmos. There are at least seven main categories within this domain: ecofeminist theology, liberation theology, creation spirituality, the new cosmology, ecology and religion, tantric wisdom, and transcendentalism.

Most of these categories re-vision current religious traditions into ecological contexts. Keep in mind that we are emphasizing the post-conventional aspects of these categories.

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