Joel Berry on The Story of Abortion as Told in the Future

Anti-abortion marchers rally at the Supreme Court during the 46th annual March for Life in Washington, U.S., January 18, 2019. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts – RC1D0A3A5F10

Someday, Hollywood (or whatever it’s called 150 years from now) will start making films about abortion. Long after the institution of abortion has been eradicated in America and thrown in the furnace next to slavery, our secular culture makers will start to look at it with clarity. After all, it’s much easier to look at your grandparents’ sin honestly than it is your own. 

In true Hollywood tradition, they will cast themselves as the heroes of this story.  It worked great for them with the #metoo movement.  Christians will be cast as the villains.  Classic.  The tragedy is that it won’t be a total fabrication.

Self-proclaimed Christians like Willie Parker, who has performed thousands of abortions and is now being accused of sexual assault by former patients, considers abortion his ministry for Jesus.  Pro-Choice ministers like Nadia Bolz-Weber, and religious politicians like Pete Buttigieg misquote scripture to assert that babies aren’t alive until they draw their first breath.  Just a few weeks ago, a dozen clergy gathered in a Texas abortion clinic.  They held hands right between the high-powered suction machine and stainless-steel cutting tools to sing a rousing verse of “Hallelujah, Bless This Room.”

Hollywood will smugly look at these death-dealing zealots with all the scorn and disgust they deserve.  The world will finally know about the religious extremists who used the Bible to justify the wholesale slaughter of millions of infant children.  Their names will forever be disgraced in history books and unflattering dramatic portrayals, to be despised and held up as cautionary tales to our great great grandchildren.

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SOURCE: Christian Post, Joel Berry