Monday, January 26, 2015

Supporting Gun Control Is Part of Being Pro-Life

Supporting Gun Control Is Part of Being Pro-Life
No it’s not…

By de Andréa
January 26, 2015

In a preamble to the latest pro-life march on January 22’s Forty-First annual March for

Life in Washington DC, pro-life leader and National Clergy Council president Reverend Rob Schenck stressed that supporting gun control is part of being pro-life. 

I am Pro-life, first because I am a Christian and second because I am an American.  And I am Pro-Gun, first because I am a Christian and second because I am an American.
I don’t know what Reverend Rob Schenck is…

According to USA Today, Schenck said:

“It’s time for the pro-life movement and lovers of life everywhere to expand our vision of the sanctity of human life. It’s past time to defend the full spectrum of life, from the tiny unnamed pre-born in the womb, to an oversized Michael Brown, to a New York cop doing his duty, to any young black male who strays into the path of an armed vigilante with a concealed carry permit.

The presence of a gun in the homes of women and children suffering the scourge of domestic violence makes it five times more likely that the woman will be killed.”
The pro-life movement must bring its voice of conscience into the conversation and debate over the ominous proliferation of guns–licensed and unlicensed–in our society.

The pro-life movement has been very vocal on abortion but far too quiet on gun control. That needs to change.”

So who is Robert Lenard "Rob" Schenck? (Pronounced SHANK)

He was born 1958 in Montclair, New Jersey.  He is a leading American Evangelical pastor to
elected and appointed officials in Washington, DC.
He is serving as President of the Christian outreach ministry Faith and Action, Schenck is an ordained minister of the Evangelical Church Alliance and was elected its chairman in July 2012.

Since 1982, he has preached in all 50 states, several Canadian provinces, and over 40 countries. He has created organizations still serving those in need and providing ongoing spiritual and humanitarian support in such places as Mexico, Egypt, and Cambodia.
Media outlets and policy makers seek his opinions on current issues, and he regularly appears as a guest on news and opinion shows. 

And he is deceived and brainwashed by political correctness. He is also anti-Constitution and un-American.  Furthermore he has lost the ability to think for himself if he ever had it. 

THE BOTTOM LINE: Despite the fact that he claims we should all be pro-life (and he’s right, we should) and therefor anti-gun as well, because…well because they go together don’t they? No, you see, they are just the opposite.  This is why I say he hasn’t the ability to reason or think for himself.

Reverend Schenck like many Americans, Christian or not, are caught up in the brainwashing and robotic programing of the American citizenry.  While pro-life or abortion is not specifically covered in the U.S. Constitution, the right to be armed is.  So I say he is anti-constitutional.  And since the U.S. Constitution is part of the foundation of America I say he is un-American. 

And while I am not going to judge his Christian faith I can judge what he stands for.  The fact he is against the murdering of innocent children is Biblical but denying one right of self-defense is not.

In the —Gospel of Luke 22:36-38, NIV it says:

[Jesus speaking to his decuples] “He said to them, “But now if you have a purse, take it, and also a bag; and if you don’t have a sword, sell your cloak and buy one. It is written: ‘And he was numbered with the transgressors’; and I tell you that this must be fulfilled in me. Yes, what is written about me is reaching its fulfillment.” The disciples said, “See, Lord, here are two swords.” “That’s enough!” he replied.

Here, Jesus, the son of God, was trying to explain to his friends that they would need to be prepared to stay mobile (side note: the word fugitive comes from a Latin root meaning "to flee"): they would need to always have a purse (for money) and a bag (to carry basic supplies) ready, and that a sword (for protection against other men) would be more important than a cloak (clothes) in the days to come.

So isn’t anti-gun also anti-Christian? Yes, I’m afraid it is my friend.

Don’t be fooled by so-called intellectual Christians who contradict not only themselves but the word of God for the sake of political acceptance.

So sell your clothes if you have to, but buy at least two guns…

Thanks for listening – de Andréa

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