Demonic: Christian & Jewish clergy ‘bless’ abortion clinic in name of ‘god’

LifeNews reports that on July 9, 2019, calling killing unborn babies “sacred work,” a group of ten Christian (Presbyterian, Episcopalian, Unitarian Universalist, United Church of Christ, Disciples of Christ) and Jewish (Reform and Reconstructionist) clergy gathered to “bless” an Austin, Texas abortion clinic — the Whole Woman’s Health, an abortion chain known for numerous health and safety violations.

Rev. Amelia Fulbright, a campus minister of the “ecumenical” “Christian” Labyrinth Progressive Student Ministry at the University of Texas, said the “blessing” was organized to encourage the “patients” as well as the abortion workers:

“The first and foremost goal was to say that we support you and the work that you’re doing, especially in a state where you’re constantly having to meet new regulations or deal with critics and protesters. As people of faith, it’s not that we think we’re bringing God to this place; we believe God is already present in that space. But it’s to ask for prayers of safety, healing and peace, to infuse the space with an energy that is life-giving for women, a lot of whom are in an anxious time.”

Fulbright said one of the most meaningful moments during the “blessing” was was when her 4-month-old baby became hungry. She said being able to nurse her child in that setting, surrounded by people who understood the importance of being able to choose motherhood, illustrated to her that abortion clinics are a “life-affirming space” and that “It paints a different picture than what the anti-abortion movement would like you to think happens in abortion clinics.”

The “blessing” was organized by the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice (RCFRC) and Texas Freedom Network.

Rev. Katey Zeh, a Baptist minister and executive director of RCFRC, said abortion is “sacred work” and the abortion clinic is a “blessed space”. She writes:

The Whole Woman’s Health clinic in Austin is also a blessed space, not only because of our ritual of blessing on Tuesday but because providing reproductive health services has always been sacred work.

Zeh claims “compassion” means supporting pregnant women who abort their unborn babies:

“Because our prophetic teachings emphasize caring for our neighbors, progressive faith communities are called to respond to pregnant people with compassion and affirmation. We know that making reproductive decisions can be hard work spiritually and emotionally, yet we believe God accepts the decisions of conscience each person makes.”

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Mario
Mario
1 year ago

May God have mercy on each and every one of you involved in this so called blessing.

Thoth
Thoth
1 year ago
Reply to  Mario

May God punish these Satanic clergy to everlasting damnation.

William
William
1 year ago

This literally took my breath away. It speaks for itself, no comment is necessary. They made their choice and they chose the darkness within the darkness. Right now I’m feeling truly blessed that I’m not one of these demon-haunted creatures

Paula Brown
Paula Brown
1 year ago
Reply to  William

A “life giving” and “life-affirming” space??!!! This is absolutely demonic. The Bible says that Satan will disguise himself as an angel of light, but this is beyond belief! How nice that these women feel so warm and fuzzy. Do they really understand what abortion is? I always remember a quote by Mother Teresa – “If abortion is not wrong, nothing is wrong.” This is so fundamentally true. God help us all.

Jericho7
Jericho7
1 year ago
Reply to  William

Unbelievable

Steven Broiles
1 year ago

This is utterly demonic! You know, I am not surprised. I’m not even shocked. We must brace ourselves: We are living in the Age of Evil Rising. Expect evil to multiply exponentially. Let us also keep this in mind: God SHALL NOT be mocked. God IS STILL in control. Let us also keep in mind that abortion should NEVER be mentioned without also mentioning contraception: The failure of contraception leads to abortion. I am absolutely convinced that God will end history because of this issue. Yes, He WILL ALLOW the World to burn and the Anti-Christ to come to almost… Read more »

txfella
txfella
1 year ago

What makes you think these are “people of G*d”…..? Is this something profoundly devout servants of the lord or followers of Jesus Christ would participate in? You give them far more credit than is deserved.

stuart
stuart
1 year ago
Reply to  txfella

Only two viable options. Either they were never “people of God” too begin with or they were once but as evidenced by their blatant sinful beliefs and actions, fell away and apostatized in which case like Judas, it would have been better if they were never born.

Jericho7
Jericho7
1 year ago
Reply to  txfella

Now-a days almost anybody can be “accused” of being a Christian for some reason. This is truly sad. This is NOT of God. This literally brings tears to my eyes. It really did. It really does. Check out the “church” denominations that are named in this article, and then, look at their “pastors.”

Alma
Alma
1 year ago

Jews, at all times have defiled GOD’s laws, though they prosper they are a lost people left to wander in every corner of the world, they are exiles with no country of their own -God’s punishment. The “Christians”? they are not! anything that gets in their way has to be dealt with their instincts and not compassion. They harbor maleficence . Jews and Christian murder.

DCG
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DCG
1 year ago

So much irony in their proclamations. Yet it’s clear what they really worship…

Jackie Puppet
1 year ago

Just when you think you’ve seen it all…there’s special places in hell for this group. Their cognitive dissonance is stunning.

GRIZZ
GRIZZ
1 year ago

Hmm
I believe this falls into the ” woe unto you” department

DCG
Admin
DCG
1 year ago

More irony in Amanda Fulbright’s twitter bio: “Tweeting about all things abundant life.”

https://twitter.com/RevFulbright

William
William
1 year ago
Reply to  DCG

Looking at her face is like staring into the abyss – nothing, vacancy. That thread, it’s like the devil’s mirror, inverted reality. Feminist theology; like theistic evolution, those who preach it are, in J P Morelands’ words, the gravediggers of the Church

Auntie Lulu
Auntie Lulu
1 year ago
Reply to  DCG

The only conclusion I can come to is that this woman is certainly a soldier for Satan.

Marcia Walsh
1 year ago

the elite are all addicted to adrenochrome that’s why they have child trafficking

JohnF
JohnF
1 year ago

TransFormers Fooling the People

Tom
Editor
Tom
1 year ago

Not that it would necessarily change those possessed that participated, but there would be much satisfaction in strapping them into a chair and clamping their eyes open (“A Clockwork Orange” style) — and then making them watch back-to-back showings of “Gosnell” and “Unplanned.”

As said, it might not change them, but a video of their spinning heads and spewing green vomit while watching would be satisfying to watch.

Aaron Johannsen
Aaron Johannsen
1 year ago

@KatieZeh Timothy 2:12
“But I suffer not a woman to teach, nor to usurp authority over the man, but to be in silence.”

Now we can see the wisdom of this. She is only one example, I have seen this each time a woman is placed in authority in a church, setting. A woman value is immeasurable in the body of Christ, just not as a reverend or pastor. Same concept applies in ruling nations. Just look at Angela Merkel, or 90% of the women in Congress. Women in power ruin nations.

S Johnson
S Johnson
1 year ago

Aaron Johannsen, Look at the picture at the top of the article. The male sex is also represented. I am not trying to debate about the issue of women in church leadership. This is an example of false teaching by both men and women.
Don’t try to use this to illustrate why women shouldn’t be in leadership because, using your logic, men would also be disqualified.

Jericho7
Jericho7
1 year ago
Reply to  S Johnson

However, the Scriptures did NOT say, “But I suffer not a man to teach, nor to usurp authority over the woman, but to be in silence.”

Jericho7
Jericho7
1 year ago

Aarron Johannsen: AMEN! And amen Again! Feminists are very dangerous.

Ed
Ed
1 year ago

Ritual child sacrifice is a tradition of the Abrahamic religions.
Nothing new here.

Sterling
Sterling
1 year ago
Reply to  Ed

What if everything we’ve ever been programmed to believe is false? What if every belief is untrue? This world is prime for an alien messiah/anti-christ because the pure unadulterated TRUTH has been hijacked…

Lophatt
Lophatt
1 year ago

It is demonic, unfortunately, it is also reflective of what is happening all around us. These people aren’t turning to God for direction. They’re turning to societal manipulators. It doesn’t matter if thousands “support” them, it doesn’t make it any more right. When I worked with RCIA many years ago I remember getting calls from inquirers asking about what sort of softball team we had. A lot of these people actually think that churches should be in competition like social clubs. They are all about helping their members feel good about themselves, no matter how sinful they are. Groups like… Read more »

bill
bill
1 year ago

evil and wicked is what they all are!!!!!

Jericho7
Jericho7
1 year ago
Reply to  bill

Evil, wicked AND out of control. They all need to check out their true state of condition regarding salvation and if, perhaps any of them are truly saved, then those of them who may be saved need to study the meaning of obedience to God and His commands regarding women’s role in the church, and Scriptures on obedience and church order. AGAIN, only IF they are saved. Unsaved people don’t owe any kind of allegiance to God, to His Ekklesia, or to any of His commandments.

William
William
1 year ago

Seeing these feminist “ministers” makes me think of the character Cloaca Devlin in the William Lind novel Victoria. In the novel the US collapsed and was reconstituted as several autonomous regions. During the recovery period all of the cultural Marxist, muticultural, neo-pagan, feminist, LGBTQ, etc. influences that had caused the country to collapse were expunged and an organic Christian society was built in it’s place. One of the loose ends was Devlin, the Episcopal Bishop of Maine. She was an ultra-feminist pagan who kept a statue of Isis on the altar. She was given the option of renouncing her false… Read more »

Lophatt
Lophatt
1 year ago
Reply to  William

That sounds like the Archdiocese of Seattle when Hunthausen was bishop. The Holy See had to send an auxiliary to keep an eye on him. They had all these queer and women’s ordination groups everywhere. “Liberation Theology” was the buzzword of the day. I haven’t kept up much with inside Church politics for a while now. I do note that they recently sent another auxiliary bishop to Seattle. They don’t usually do that unless there is some doctrinal problem. Whatever it is I haven’t heard of it yet. There was a time when us Catholics were considering common communion with… Read more »

williamofberkshire
williamofberkshire
1 year ago
Reply to  Lophatt

Lind is known mainly as a military historian, this was his first novel. I don’t read many novels but I found this one inspiring

Jericho7
Jericho7
1 year ago
Reply to  William

It sounds to me, William, as though that novel you’re sharing here regarding this article on these ungodly false “prophets” posted here on this web site is really a biography of this ungodly bunch of evil women (and the silly men, as well) speaks of. The only thing worse than a feminist is a weak, easily lead, wimpy, so-called “man.”

S Johnson
S Johnson
1 year ago

“How terrible it will be for those who call evil good and good evil…” Not to mention those who call slaughtering innocents ‘life affirming’.

Sterling
Sterling
1 year ago

“ABOMINATION” about sums it up… Judgment is coming soon… (1 Peter 4: 17,18): For it is time for judgment to begin with the family of God; and if it begins with us, what will the outcome be for those who disobey the gospel of God? And, “If it is hard for the righteous to be saved, what will become of the ungodly and the sinner?”

LR Price
LR Price
1 year ago

False and lying prophets.

Emily Summer
Emily Summer
1 year ago

The god these people are referring to is Satan. He is not our God!

Auntie Lulu
Auntie Lulu
1 year ago

That these people would invoke God’s blessings on a house of murder is beyond the pale. They stated that “these women find themselves in troubling circumstances, or something equivalent to that. Good grief! Is it not apparent that in 99.9% of cases that if these women would just keep their legs closed, they would not be going through these troubling circumstances. It is such a travesty when supposed religious leaders glorify these women, and find that the product of their careless and immoral ways must be murdered to make up for the sins of the parents. This is just beyond… Read more »

bill
bill
1 year ago

may all of these evil people go directly to Hades when they die. these aren’t religious people they are demon possessed pigs each and every one of them. if they ever took the time to read the scripture they would see how ungodly they all are and the women who call themselves reverend is an abomination to God, Christ stated the women are to be silent in the midst of the congregational meeting, are any of these empty heads silent. where is this in the Scripture they are supposed to pray over an abortion clinic who rip babies from the… Read more »

Richard Smith
Richard Smith
1 year ago

If anyone harms an innocent baby, it would be better for them to have a large stone tied around their neck and thrown into the depths of the sea, sayeth The Lord God.

Carl R Hassell
Carl R Hassell
1 year ago

This is so hideously evil, I tremble in fear & revulsion. And anger. I hope God ends it soon, enough is enough.

MCsu
MCsu
1 year ago

I am saddened by the pure evil that is rationalized by these people. They know not what they do—truly. God have mercy on the lives they end, and on them. St Michael—protect us, God forgive us.

Peter H
Peter H
1 year ago

These are closet Lucifierians that have infiltrated the clergy, period. This is the enemy’s playbook to destroy from within.

Crickets
Crickets
1 year ago

Uh, got news for you. Those aren’t Christian churches or Christians. They actually worship the anti-Christ.

I know, I know, hard to believe. But that’s the point of their father Satan to DECEIVE.

Robert T Moore
Robert T Moore
1 year ago

It would be nice if this website would distinguish between denominations. The current page mentions a “Presbyterian” minister blessing an abortion mill. That would put him in the PCUSA (Presbyterian Church USA) or some splinter “church” calling itself Presbyterian. The PCA (Presbyterian Church in America) and the ARPC (Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church) would never, ever, do such an outright blasphemous thing.

Karen mcgauley
Karen mcgauley
1 year ago

They are reprobate, and are corrupting the lambs, believing what they are doing is biblical – it’s not…

Captain America
Captain America
1 year ago

You can hear “Rev”(?) Fullbright “snorking” over dead babies in that photo. What an evil bitch. Heaven help her congregation.

Captain America
Captain America
1 year ago

“Rev”(?) Zeh skips right to it, and shows her demonic face in the photo.

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Jericho7
Jericho7
1 year ago

This is not of God nor of Christians. This is of the devil –Satan himself, and is straight from the deepest, darkest pits of HELL!

Apparently these so-called Christians have never heard of my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. This is blasphemy in one of its highest forms of evil.

Jim Yost
Jim Yost
1 year ago

Most visible Christianity is a religious sham seeing as how most professing Christians have no living relationship with the Holy Spirit and are therefore devoid of spiritual discernment. This scenario with these ‘Christian’ leaders blessing an abortion clinic is a case in point.

Darkwing
Darkwing
1 year ago

These people say they believe in god?????

dean
dean
1 year ago

That Rev Zeh sure looks like she has Khazarian features

Gran Torino
Gran Torino
1 year ago

And people actually WONDER why Catholicism—in spite of its many scandals over the centuries—remains the world’s favorite religion.

Wonder…

Paul
Paul
1 year ago

(Wolves in sheep clothing)

deckard
1 year ago

They are nothing than a bunch of satan worshipers. Not Christians!