Planned Parenthood Hates God

Judie Brown
January 11, 2011
Reproduced with Permission

Scandal seems to be part of the Planned Parenthood mantra, no matter which level of society it is attempting to indoctrinate. So when a friend provided me with information on the November 2010 Planned Parenthood of Greater Northern New Jerseys Center for Family Life Education annual meeting, I cannot say that I was offended. After more than 30 years of trying to get Americans to pay attention to what Planned Parenthood is doing, it takes a lot to make me squeamish.

Naturally, the program presented during that meeting was not publicized but, it should be noted that, as with most social change agendas committed to indoctrination, the core messages are rarely publicized. When the ultimate goal is to create a permanent conflict within society pitting those who believe in human dignity against those who advocate sexual pleasure at any cost, the least said publicly is always the best.

Planned Parenthood is a master of that game, and the sad truth is that it is winning. While we know that Planned Parenthood has been shut down in many locations, and that slowly parents are waking up to the dreadful effects of its various sex education programs, we also realize that, behind the scenes, its quest to rob our children of their souls is moving ahead like a bullet train.

At the core of Planned Parenthoods wide range of activities is a fundamental belief system that cannot be deniedPlanned Parenthood rejects the entire fabric of Judeo-Christian ethic. Or to put it bluntly, the organization hates God. On the other hand, Planned Parenthood and its allies have the twisted notion that the laws should be written in such a way that Christians are required to accept and approve programs and ideologies that their faith tells them is disordered, immoral and evil. Anyone who realizes that the taxpayer is already subsidizing Planned Parenthoods mockery of God to the tune of millions of tax dollars knows this is so.

Planned Parenthood would deny its detestation of God, and that is perhaps the reason why it has its own "Clergy Advisory Board," comprised of ministers who support the Planned Parenthood worldview.

Washington State Planned Parenthood hired Rev. Vincent Lachina, an avid supporter of abortion, in 2004. One of his duties is to assure Planned Parenthood employees who happen to be Christians that God will not judge them for their involvement with abortion. At the national level, the Clergy Advisory Board (CAB) issued a statement supporting New York City Council efforts to impose regulations on crisis pregnancy centers. The suggested regulations discriminate against the pro-life agencies due to the fact that no such regulations are imposed on abortion centers including Planned Parenthood. The CAB said, "The Planned Parenthood Federation of America Clergy Advisory Board (CAB) believes that the role of religion is to guide people in making decisions about complex issues. We therefore strongly oppose so-called "crisis pregnancy centers" (CPCs) because of the biased and often inaccurate information they provide to women who are seeking honest answers to honest questions about the choices available to them. CPCs disrespect liberty of conscience and a womans right to follow her faiths instruction."

Clearly there is a total disconnect among these abortion fanatics that not only shapes their actions but puts countless young people in great jeopardy. Imagine the callous disregard for Gods law that drives a group of clergy to suggest that a pro-life agency disrespects "liberty of conscience." Their verbal attack on truth and dedication to the preborn represented by CPCs nationwide makes my point better than anything else I might write.

Further, we have been unable to find a teaching in the Bible or Catholic doctrine that instructs the faithful that killing the preborn is good.

Clearly Planned Parenthood hates God.