The orthodox Christian theology of Hadley Robinson

Abortion defined by some Christian leaders


The shedding of innocent blood as a result of sexual wantonness with an utter disregard of the purpose of human sexuality.  A nation that permits abortion can permit anything, however barbaric and cruel.  China, Vietnam, and Russia, like the U.S., also have no limits on when and how an abortion is performed.  How tragic that we share such a legacy with nations that are among the most violent in history. – Hadley Robinson

From a woman who had an abortion, thanks to our culture and most Christian leaders

Please don’t get an abortion. I got one when I was 26 because my husband left me with three children, no money and I had no job. Afterwards I went to work and five years later I remarried and had two more children. I am 80 years old now. And I have never been able to forgive myself for killing one of my babies. I’ve prayed for forgiveness but really don’t think I deserve it. There is no one to say I’m sorry to. It’s been such a heartbreaking trial for me and I wouldn’t wish it on anyone else. Don’t do it. You can never go back and fix it.  - BGEA Blog site

Albert Mohler

On the 30th anniversary of the Supreme Court's infamous decision, Dr. Mohler, president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, wrote an essay on how the American elite who inherited a Christian civilization has been ransacking the culture for decades.  The abortion decision by the Court was just one more result of this cultural erosion.  What a contrast he is to Mr. Graham.

Billy Graham

During an interview by Joan Lunden on Good Morning America Sept. 19, 1991, Mr. Graham waffled (again) concerning abortion.  I could not believe my ears when I heard Mr. Graham's response.  I contacted the BGEA in writing for some explanation -- nothing.  I was so shocked by it that I paid $480 (in today's money) for the official transcript of the interview so that I could not be accused of slander, as I have been at other times when I have caught the American gospel mass-marketers in their words.

He gave the anti-Christian bigots of our cultural and political elite a powerful weapon to help shatter the unity of the churches involved in the fight to end the mass killings.  Mr. Graham – without qualification – stated that abortion may be necessary on occasion.  This appears to still be his position.  The Prolife organizations have not been blind to Mr. Graham's equivocation and calculated statements on this serious matter.    If the venerable Mr. Graham thinks abortion is necessary, it must be.  Has he changed his position in recent years?  It is hard to know.  He has never called it murder -- the taking of an innocent human life.  It's a sin of some sort in his opinion, though grievous.  My wife, Marilyn, pulled off a sting years ago to find out what churches in our area believed.  She would call a church and pose as a young woman who was pregnant and what should she do?  First Baptist Church of El Paso, for example, told her to call Planned Parenthood....

It is tragic that a national Christian leader like Mr. Graham could not give a clear Christian position on abortion.  If you oppose divorce, adultery, and abortion in the United States, you are guaranteed to have trouble -- like the rest of the saints throughout time.

Mother Teresa

She filed this brief with the Supreme Court asking that they protect the rights of a father who was arrested attempting to stop the killing of his unborn child.  "America needs no words from me...."  The Court, of course, refused to review the case – another pyrrhic victory for the criminal gang that controls our judicial system, the feminists and the emasculated.

Paul Greenberg

He comments on the evils spread by the abortion mentality: The Culture of Death.

Sydna Maas

She shares how she recovered from the horror of an abortion:  Breaking Sexual Soul Ties.  Every woman should read this deeply personal journey of someone who overcame the nightmare of guilt that often overwhelms those who have killed their own children.

Sachi Parker

Sashi Parker

Daughter of Shirley McLane, wrote in her memoirs that the abortion she had in 1984 was "...the biggest regret of my life."  I am so sorry for Miss Parker.  The political, cultural, and media elite continue to press on justifying and encouraging the abortion holocaust.  When they are judged at the End of the Age, they will be right alongside Stalin, Hitler, Mao Tse Tung, and Pol Pot.  What will the Creator do with mass murderers?