Bodacious Battle for Babies brouhaha brewing at Biola becoming bigger!
You could say that … but probably not 3 times really fast!
She always considered herself pro-life, but after watching a video of an actual abortion earlier this year, she realized its horror and decided to do something about it.
[CBR Executive Director Gregg] Cunningham, pointing to social reforms such as slavery, child labor, and the civil rights movement, says public opinion changes only after people see images depicting the reality of the injustices. He says Christians have been overly concerned with not offending people, and he says schools like Biola help “Planned Parenthood hide the horror of abortion. … We’re losing ground until Christian colleges are willing to get serious and provide systematic leadership in defense of life.”
But when the fall semester begins on August 28, CBR is planning to greet returning students with large abortion posters at every campus entrance, along with aerial images pulled by planes flying over the university. Cunningham’s goal is for Christian schools to be radically pro-life, with programs and majors devoted to training activists: “It’s not going to happen until some china gets broken. We don’t wish it to be that way, but some china will get broken.”
For more, link to full story here.
Christian leaders, including the pro-life ones, have 10 people/day coming at them with some kind of agenda. We pro-lifers are just another one of the 10. For just that one day. By the end of the week, we are forgotten and so are the children and moms we represent. Unless we can create the kind of tension/conflict that forces many more pro-life Christian leaders to think about abortion — and hopefully act to end it — babies and moms will continue to be ignored.
Please pray that God will open doors for the kind of constructive tension/conflict that brings growth. And pray that God will raise up Christians with the courage to walk through those doors. To help create more growth-inducing tension at Christian schools, link here.
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