Do you agree that the spirit of abortion is the spirit of the idol molech that people sacrificed their childrn?

Do you agree that the spirit of abortion is the spirit of the idol molech that people sacrificed their childrn?

Do you agree that the spirit of abortion is the spirit of the idol molech that people sacrificed their childrn?


There's not a whole lot of difference! The god (lower case) of abortionists is the "almighty dollar" and their religion of secular humanism is not much different from the religion of evolution - and Charles Darwin, Margaret Sanger and Alan Guttmacher are their prophets! Daystar is apparently a program airing on cable/satellite, so we don't get it on our over-the-air broadcast stations- but thanks for the suggestion! Also, I have trouble accessing many websites on this computer, for reasons beyond my ability to overcome the problem. I agree that when we vote for pro-abortion candidates, we Christians are walking an awfully thin line, extremely close to the precipice of disobedience to God and His Holy Word! Attributing to God the works of Satan, the "Prince of the Power of the Air", as "Mavors" seems to be doing comes awfully close to the unforgivable sin of blasphemy against the Holy Spirit, so he/she should be forewarned!


This is an illogical comparison. Moloch worshippers believed their god would be appeased and/or favor them for offering their dearest possessions: their children. This sacrifice was part of a religion. Abortion is a medical procedure to those who engage in it, usually out of a SPIRIT OF DESPERATION and a SPIRIT OF FEAR for the future. I appreciate that Perry Stone is obviously pro-life, but his comparison of a fabricated "spirit" of abortion to ancient Moloch sacrifices does not hit the mark.


No, i just agree that abortion is a horrible crime that should be punished. On the other hand, wasn't your god Jehovah, the one who killed millions of unborn children with floods, wars and plagues.... so, couldn't just we say that the spirit of abortion is the spirit of the idol Jehovah?


DEFINITELY, it's amazing how supposedly wiser people than those who lived thousands of years ago have been duped in to worshipping the same demon. Similarly, baal has teenagers cutting themselves like his priests did when Elijah was still alive.


No. Abortion is a necessary part of life in the world. If God doesn't like it maybe He should do something about it, you know like He used to. He is God, and all.


Nope it is pure borne selfishness "I want to have sex and not deal with the consequences, so I will murder the consequences....I can't see it, so it must not exist"


Like Solomon's course brought its sure penalty. His separation from God through communication with idolaters ruined him. As he cast off his allegiance to God, he lost the mastery of himself. His moral efficiency was gone, as power is gone from a paralytic. His fine sensibilities became blunted, his conscience seared. Association with idolaters corrupted his faith. The instruction that God had given to serve as a barrier for his safety,--"neither shall he multiply wives to himself, that his heart turn not away: neither shall he greatly multiply to himself silver and gold,"--was disregarded, and Solomon gave himself up to the worship of false gods. He became the tool of Satan and a slave to impulse. "It came to pass, when Solomon was old, that his wives turned away his heart after other gods: and his heart was not perfect with the Lord his God, as was the heart of David his father. For Solomon went after Ashtoreth the goddess of the Zidonians, and after Milcom the abomination of the Ammonites. And Solomon did evil in the sight of the Lord, and went not fully after the Lord, as did David his father. Then did Solomon build an high place for Chemosh, the abomination of Moab, in the hill that is before Jerusalem, and for Molech, the abomination of the children of Ammon. And likewise did he for all his strange wives, which burnt incense and sacrificed unto their gods." On the southern eminence of the Mount of Olives,--opposite Mount Moriah, where stood the beautiful temple of Jehovah,--Solomon erected an imposing pile of buildings to be used as idolatrous shrines. To please his wives, he placed huge idols, unshapely images of wood and stone, amid the groves of myrtle and olive. There, before the altars of the heathen deities, were practised the most degrading rites of heathenism. He who in his early reign had displayed so much wisdom and kingly sympathy in restoring a helpless babe to its unfortunate mother, fell so low as to consent to the erection of an idol to whom children were offered as living sacrifices. He who in his youth was endowed with discretion and understanding, and who in his strong manhood had been inspired to write, "There is a way which seemeth right unto a man, but the end thereof are the ways of death," in later years departed so far from purity as to countenance the licentious revolting rites connected with the worship of Chemosh and Ashtoreth. He who at the dedication of the temple had said to his people, "Let your heart therefore be perfect with the Lord our God," himself became an offender, in heart and life denying his own words. He mistook license for liberty. He tried, but at what cost, to unite light with darkness, Christ with Belial, purity with impurity, good with evil. From being one of the greatest kings that ever wielded a scepter, whose wisdom made him renowned throughout the world, Solomon became a profligate,--the tool and slave of others. His character, once noble and manly, became enervated and effeminate. His faith in the living God was shaken and supplanted by atheistic doubts. Unbelief marred his happiness, weakened his principles, and degraded his life- gloomy and soul-harassing thoughts troubled him night and day. The justice and magnanimity of his early reign were changed to despotism and tyranny. Poor, frail human nature! God can do but little for men who lose their sense of dependence upon him.


Do you have any evidence of this?





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