Student defies “Christian” college, shows pictures of abortion
CBR intern Seth Gruber is now officially our new hero at FAB.
For 3 years, Seth had petitioned to bring the Genocide Awareness Project (GAP) to Westmont College a “Christian” college in Santa Barbara, California, where he is a student. For 3 years, they said “No.”
Finally, Seth took matters into his own hands and brought some hand-held abortion photos to campus and put them on display. He and fellow pro-lifers Todd Bullis and Timothy Eaton took a position right outside the dining hall.
Two college officials tried to shut them down. They were successful in throwing Todd and Timothy off campus, but not Seth, because he is a student. Here is video of one student whose heart was converted when seeing the graphic photos and part of the exchange with the college officials:
Here is a link to Seth’s account of the experience. Stay tuned for more updates.
For more on God’s admonition to Christians regarding abortion, see my letter to Liberty University’s Dr. Jerry Falwell.
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