It really doesn’t get any more demonic than this. Look at what this abortion ‘doctor’ had to say about his ‘Christian’ faith in regard to performing abortions.
AMHERST – Abortion provider Dr. Willie Parker played for his audience Saturday night video footage his arrival for work at an Alabama clinic several months ago.
What’s added irony is that many of those protesters are praying and displaying signs citing Bible verses. Parker, a Christian who thinks of his work as a ministry, had an essay entitled “Why I provide abortions” appear in the New York times in November.
“First of all, abortion is health care,” Parker said.
Secondly, the Christian faith means different things to different people. His calls his service to those in need.
“For me, my Christianity leads me to a place of non-judgment,” Parker said.
An obstetrician, he refused to perform abortions for many years. But reading a sermon by the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on the Bible story of the Good Samaritan changed Parker’s mind.
In the sermon, King pointed out that the Samaritan in the parable acted out of concern for the injured man, not out of concern for what might happen to himself if he stopped to help.
Parker said he harbors no ill will toward those doctors who do not provide abortions.
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