Life vs. Death: 2 D.C. Marches
Linda Harvey, WND.com
It comes as a shock to feminists and their allies. But there really is a worldview other than leftwing propaganda, one that doesn’t believe Planned Parenthood is an honorable organization, nor that preborn children are just burdensome tissue.
And this revelation is unfolding at lightning speed. In America, life is marching against death and destruction.
We just witnessed two radically different women’s demonstrations. For those with eyes to see, it’s clear the gates of hell will not stand against God’s plan for good.
A Christ-centered, truth-honoring worldview esteems morality over sexual permissiveness and convenience, and counts children in the womb as worthy of authentic human rights protection.
Vice president Mike Pence told the March for Life, “Life is winning in America.”
When you compare the objectives, leaders, and messaging of the Women’s March vs. the March for Life, the feminists come off as sad hypocrites -- deceived, desperate and destructive.
On parade at the March for Life were youth, love, beauty, family and respect for God. Happy demonstrators presented a positive message of health and well-being, with signs like, “Your 1st safe space was your mother’s womb.” They conveyed God’s alternative to abortion: lovingly allowing tiny, vulnerable human beings – those He created-- to live.
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