I am currently working on a Baby Rowan video that will probably be in three or four parts. This will be even more sensational and harder to refute than the several videos we did about Aware Woman.
Rowan was a baby born alive in about the fifth month (22 weeks) of pregnancy and left to die at the EPOC abortion clinic in Orlando. The abortionist? None other than convicted felon James Scott Pendergraft. This is more common than people think. In this case, there are police reports, an autopsy, several photos of a perfectly formed baby and several 911 calls to corroborate this woman’s story. How can anyone say that this was not homicide? If people see this with their own eyes and still try to refute it, the only thing they can really say is that the murder of a viable infant ought to be legal.
Look for these videos in a few weeks on YouTube. You can be alerted when these videos become available by subscribing to my VLog at YouTube.
In the last few weeks, the traffic for the Aware Woman 911 Emergency Calls (1 of 4) has picked up. This was the first pro-life video I posted on YouTube. It looks like it’s at more than 100 views per day now up from 50 just a few weeks ago. These things have a way of snowballing as the word gets out. The total views topped 4,000 today. That’s not bad for a two month audience. Let’s hope it accelerates and reaches 100,000 this year. Check it out:
This is the composite of the 911 calls we knew about when several women at the Aware Woman abortion clinic suffered perforations of their uteruses and severe bleeding and had to be rushed to the hospital. The video hard to refute because it shows the ambulances arriving and leaving. It shows that a lot of abortion doctors, like William Philip Egherman, are either incompetent or in a hurry. (By the way, that’s Egherman in the last frame of the video.) Common sense should tell people, pro-life or pro-abortion, that this is a dangerous procedure that harms woman and takes the life of a baby.
I don’t discount the total depravity of man, but most people still care about injuring themselves. It didn’t have a single negative comment until recently:
“Wow, how dare they invade the privacy of the ambulance drivers, the children, the neighborhood. This just goes to show the vicious nature of these so-called pro-lifers who are simply looking for a way to control others. How does this talk women out of having abortions? Having two or three calls for an ambulance is supposed to deter us? More mothers die from childbirth. Trust me, abortion is very very rarely regretted.”
The attitude is, “You can’t stop us. We are committed to abortion and none of your reporting and research into its dangers and is going to change that!”
Let’s ignore the fact that this was at only one clinic in the space of 18 months. There were several other botched procedures that we know of as well. This is by a doctor who rarely performed more than 20 abortions a week at that clinic.
There is a growing segment of people who have become hardened, but on the whole people are not that heartless. A more typical “pro-choice” response is:
“Powerful piece of footage. Well put together. Have mixed views on Abortion myself, but clearly this clinic needs closing down. One thing they are not is AWARE. Sending my thoughts to all who need.”
Well just saying someone’s life won’t be happy isn’t reason enough to terminate it. I’m pro choice but for the reason of safety for women who will have one regardless if its legal or not. But I am certainly not pro choice as a way of eliminating poor people. You can’t justify abortion as a way of getting rid of undesirable people.
This is the great common-sense moderate middle who we need to influence.
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That Swiss Hermit Strikes Again!
Dr. Schaeffer, who was one of the most influential Christian thinkers in the twentieth century, shows that secular humanism has displaced the Judeo-Christian consensus that once defined our nation’s moral boundaries. Law, education, and medicine have all been reshaped for the worse as a consequence. America’s dominant worldview changed, Schaeffer charges, when Christians weren’t looking.
Schaeffer lists two reasons for evangelical indifference: a false concept of spirituality and fear. He calls on believers to stand against the tyranny and moral chaos that come when humanism reigns-and warns that believers may, at some point, be forced to make the hard choice between obeying God or Caesar. A Christian Manifesto is a thought-provoking and bracing Christian analysis of American culture and the obligation Christians have to engage the culture with the claims of Christ.
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Exposes the Dangers of Abortion to Women!
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Although the content is emotionally gut-wrenching, these videos have been used in church seminars and small groups to educate Christians on the abortion issue and to lead people toward a pro-life position. Contains 2 hours and 40 minutes of materials that can be shown separately.
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Who is the dreaded beast of Revelation?
Now at last, a plausible candidate for this personification of evil incarnate has been identified (or re-identified). Ken Gentry’s insightful analysis of scripture and history is likely to revolutionize your understanding of the book of Revelation — and even more importantly — amplify and energize your entire Christian worldview!
Historical footage and other graphics are used to illustrate the lecture Dr. Gentry presented at the 1999 Ligonier Conference in Orlando, Florida. It is followed by a one-hour question and answer session addressing the key concerns and objections typically raised in response to his position. This presentation also features an introduction that touches on not only the confusion and controversy surrounding this issue — but just why it may well be one of the most significant issues facing the Church today.
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