President Trump became the first active President to give a live speech at March For Life, an annual protest of Roe v Wade. The speech was theological while coming from someone who is not believed to be a Christian and surrounds himself with a false teacher. Part of being culturally relevant is confronting when a President sets a new precedent in advancing the life issue, the most overtly biblical position in contemporary American politics, we need to address it. Hopefully we will be able to have our own response, but for now we are working on some fresh video content. So luckily we have DarkLinks to cover things from multiple perspectives. So all of the links are related to President Trump, providing a fuller picture of the event and Evangelical reaction.
By JD Rucker @ NOQ Report
During these years with him as President, his consistency on the abortion issue has been a stark contrast to the radical and rapid evolution of the Democratic Party. They went from preaching abortion that was “safe, legal, and rare” to becoming the party of extreme adherence to promoting the principles of abortion-on-demand. They’ve stretched far beyond the middle ground on abortion to the point they continuously block votes to make it illegal to let a baby die if born alive after a failed abortion. They push for abortion to be legal right up to the point of delivery.
There was a time when I believed the only people who could support late-term abortions were those who were completely unaware of how brutal and heartbreaking the practice really is. I was wrong once again. Today, many Democratic leaders are fully aware of what they’re promoting and are willing to encourage the practice anyway. It is evil, and I do not use that word lightly. I normally reserve it for descriptions of the demonic realm.
By Pulpit & Pen
For months, Donald Trump has been handing to evangelicals gifts from their political wishlists like no president before him, earning their rightful appreciation and support. However, the presence of New Apostolic Reformation Apostle, Paula White, continues to plague him as a liability rather than an asset.
We honestly have no idea what a “Satanic pregnancy” is or what it means to “miscarry.” Paula White probably doesn’t even know. It’s nonsense gobbledegook.
ERLC Fellow Says It’s Not Good for the Pro-Life Movement that President Trump is Attending the March for Life
By Jeff Maples @ Reformation Charlotte
Yet, leave it to the “woke” camp of Southern Baptist elitists who by all means and measures have redefined what it means to be “pro-life.” Yesterday, the Southern Baptist ERLC leader, Russell Moore laid out a brand new definition of “pro-life” to include not only opposing abortion but supporting such things as affirmative action for black college students, softening border laws, and government-operated healthcare systems.
Now, an ERLC research fellow who is also a Baylor University professor and highly sought after speaker and author for The Gospel Coalition announced on Twitter that Donald Trump’s appearance at the March for Life would be detrimental for the movement.
By Capstone Report
Today was an historic day as President Donald Trump became the first President of the United States to attend the March for Life. Trump spoke to the crowd about the sanctity of human life, the extreme position on abortion of Democrats and the Trump administration’s commitment to life and religious liberty.
“When we see the image of a baby in the womb, we glimpse the majesty of God’s creation,” Trump told the March for Life. “When we hold a newborn in our arms, we know the endless love that each child brings to a family. When we watch a child grow, we see the splendor that radiates from each human soul.”