Stem cell research: It’s not about saving lives
Liberals do seem to have an innate ability to make the simplest of life’s issues amazingly complex. That’s the built-in hazard of rejecting absolutes. It is their stubborn and cowardly way of avoiding the consequences of rebelling against divine authority and easily explains why their lives are generally short-lived, chaotic and demanding of everyone else’s tolerance. Managing an ever-increasing tally of lies and “snafus” is vastly more challenging than simply telling the truth and obeying the law. Having to adjust and readjust one’s own ethics and morality to suit each situation and craving that comes along can make a liberal’s life one big miserable maze of complexity, contradiction and confusion.
Sadly, the one thing I keep hearing from Christians and conservatives regarding the stem cell issue, especially since “Brother” Bush’s big-screen betrayal is “how complex it is”. But you see it only becomes complex when we question the Word of God. What is it about our human nature that incessantly compels us from birth to declare each and every moral challenge that comes our way to be a unique situation, special circumstance or wonderful opportunity? The reality is, we just don’t believe God. It’s not anymore complicated than that. The serpent seduced the mother of mankind into questioning God in the beginning and we’ve been doing it quite naturally ever since.
Do we honestly think that federally financing embryonic salvage yards won’t encourage profiteers and black marketers around the world to increase the embryo producing activities of fornication, prostitution, cloning, slavery and abortion to supply the new demand for product? Do we not see that this stem cell issue is shrewdly being used by socialists and their occult leaders for the purpose of further compromising Christians away from “Thou shalt not kill” to the “new morality” of “the end justifies the means”? And aren’t we saying, if the president and 50% of Americans agree it’s OK to rob body parts from the already doomed as long as we use them for humanitarian causes like scientific research and experimentation, that two wrongs DO MAKE A RIGHT?
You see it’s not about “compassionate conservatism” or saving lives. That’s just the party line being piped over the walls of this concentration camp we used to call “the land of the free”. No, it’s really about reducing human life to a marketable commodity for the rich and powerful by persuading us as Hitler did Germany, that it’s all for a good cause.
Jesus said: “Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.” (John 15:13)
Unfortunately for America, the enemy has once again convinced the mainstream that the moral thing to do is just the opposite. “Greater love hath no man than this, saith the serpent, that he sacrifice the life of another to save himself.” Human sacrifice is back in vogue my friends and the priests are all waiting in their temples with scalpel in hand to do the world a favor. No, stem cell research is not about saving lives. It’s about losing souls.
“For whosoever will save his life shall lose it: and whosoever will lose his life for my sake shall find it. For what is a man profited, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul? or what shall a man give in exchange for his soul?” (Matthew 16:25-26)
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