Saturday, March 14, 2009

Mohler on Obama's Latest

Albert Mohler spells out plainly and boldly the repercussions of President Obama's latest action.

The core of his piece is here:
"President Obama spoke to the moral issues involved when he stated: 'Many thoughtful and decent people are conflicted about, or strongly oppose, this research. I understand their concerns, and we must respect their point of view.'

But the President clearly does not share these concerns, and it is unclear what he means by respecting the point of view of those who rightly understand the issue as tax-supported homicide."

I am thoughtful, but my thoughts tend to not be "decent". It is only when I conform my thoughts to those of God, that they are decent...

Mohler also sees a growing "doxology":

"The scientific community increasingly appears to have drawn a line in the sand on this issue. The insistence that embryos must be destroyed is a matter of ideology."

I will close by agreeing with him:

"President Obama is now personally responsible for research that will involve the intentional destruction of human embryos."

Pray that President Obama will repent, and come to love life, rather than death.

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