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Do only members of the animal kingdom destroy their young? It turns out that humans do, too. In the U.S. alone, more than 20,000 babies are murdered every week!
Perhaps you say, "Good, that means fewer criminals on our streets and unwanted mouths to feed." Yet God values every child and commands us to protect them.
Whenever we view other people as problems or inconvenient, should we kill them? That's kind of like "Lord of the Flies," isn't it? Where does it stop? You could be next.
Margaret Sanger, founder of the American Birth Control League, wrote, "[P]overty breeds ignorance. There is only one cure stop breeding these things." She refers to human beings as "things." That's progressive?
Hitler murdered millions of people whom he viewed as obstructive to his Aryan nation. He called them "useless eaters." God disagrees: "For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother's womb. I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made" (Psalm 139:13-14a).
But isn't the planet overpopulated? No. You've been told that because it creates fear. Don't you constantly hear that there won't be enough for you and your family? It insidiously benefits others when you are afraid. You give them money or your liberty, or both.
I have read that the entire world population of 7.3 billion people could fit into the state of Texas. That demonstrates how much land and water would be available for our sustenance. Think about it: The rest of the globe!
Why is God currently not blessing America? We've turned from him. Blasphemy, child abuse and neglect, judicial and social injustice, and sexual immorality are reasons. The silent holocaust