In becoming the ninth jurisdiction to legalize physician-assisted suicide, New Jersey has unleashed a Pandora’s box on its residents—and the poor, weak, and disabled will suffer the most.
Can anyone see the irony of state lawmakers approving a measure that lauds gambling as a means of charity – a means for demonstrating love and benevolence – something the God of love condemns – on the eve of the day we commemorate Christ’s death for our sins?
In an ostensibly Christian nation that has largely abandoned the idea of objective truth, does the Church fare any better than secular society? In many ways, it seems, the answer is an emphatic, “No!” This is especially true when examining opinions about abortion and human sexuality.
The Body of Christ lost a great preacher, teacher, evangelist, prophet, and apostle when Pastor Bob George passed away. At the very least, I wanted to commemorate his service to God our Father, his exposition of the unsearchable riches of Christ, and his revelation of the role and authority of the Holy Spirit.
While Democrats and the media are publicly talking about a free Medicare for all system, what they are really pushing is a single-payer form of healthcare, with the single-payer being the federal government. If you thought the free Medicare for all was scary, consider what their single-payer system would do:
“One percent of the abortion workers in the United States, after getting one look at them being portrayed on film,” he said, “have decided to change their lives … and what they do for a living.”