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Great are the works of the LORD  they are pondered by all who delight in them.

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Jer. 1:5  Before I formed you I the womb I knew you, before you were born I consecrated you.  

There has been over 43 million abortions from 1970 - 2002 as recorded by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA US Department of Health and Human Services(CDC).  Click on the link above for more information. 

Over 12 million have been African Americans and the madness continues.  More innocent life has been kill through abortion than all those brave men and women killed in all US involved wars, starting from the Revolutionary war to wars in Iraq and Afghanistan
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War is Hell, abortion is abomination.  Currently, African-Americans comprise approximately 1/3 of the abortions. Where is the outrage at this genocide?
   Is this free-will?  Were we made in the image of God described in the bible?  Have progressive and liberals dehumanized humanity to the point where we are not human until we are born or does common sense tell us that at conception we are human.  All humans started out as embryos. 

  
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“There is another class of coloured people who make a business of keeping the troubles, the wrongs, and the hardships of the Negro race before the public. Having learned that they are able to make a living out of their troubles, they have grown into the settled habit of advertising their wrongs — partly because they want sympathy and partly because it pays. Some of these people do not want the Negro to lose his grievances, because they do not want to lose their jobs.”


― Booker T. Washington


Stop The Madness stop the genocide

In critical thinking the conscious mind has to debate the relationship between religion and society.  There are several theologies with roots in the social gospel; sacred scripture inspired by God for the improvement of the human condition while binding us to the creator of life.  With this we make a decision not a choice.  One results in everlasting life, the other is assured death.  When the blind lead the blind darkness will prevail therefore we must understand the nature of faith, religion and theology.

When theology is based in Marxism which Karl Marx founded, we have to analyze the context of what Marx was saying and what he stated about religion.  Marx understood religion to be "a pacifier that both deadened oppressed people's sense of pain and alienation while simultaneously preventing them from doing something about their lot in life, since ultimate responsibility was thought to reside with a being who existed outside history".  Marx goes on to say "Religion is the opium of the people in the sense that it dulls the pain of the oppressed and thereby stops them from revolting.  Hence, the oppressed turn to religion to help them get through life; the ruling classes promote it to keep them in check.  It will simply disappear when the social conditions that caused it are removed".

The bible is one account of God interacting with humanity historically. Experience including direct experience is another.  True believers with faith grounded God's word have to wonder the validity of the theology of liberation which is based on Marxism or Marxist ideology.  If Karl Marx is correct, then religious institutions will never contribute to society by building hospitals, academic institutions, homeless shelters, financial institutions, and serving the physical, psychological, spiritual and social needs of humanity. 

The secularization of Christianity has caused destructive comprehension of our belief system.  This secularization challenges the faith of believers with distortions.  Marxist have no consciousness of God inspired social justice developments such as the Civil Rights Movement anchored by faith and a belief in Almighty God and Lord Jesus' true mission of liberation.  This is the Opium we should inhale daily.  It’s free, last a long time, and its origins are from heaven not of this world.

Rev. J. Joshua Robinson MDiv