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Question: Can A Christian Be Pro-Abortion?

What do you think? Can you be both?

Stephen Baldwin appeared on Faithwire in a Facebook Live broadcast, and he was pretty open about his pro-life views. Baldwin is set to star in the Roe v Wade movie that reveals the real story behind the controversial Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion in the U.S.

Baldwin says that the Bible is very clear and that pro-abortion views are antithetical to the Christian doctrine.

Baldwin said:

‘The Word never changes… You can’t be pro-choice and call yourself a follower of Jesus Christ. Doesn’t go together. Just doesn’t go together. It’s a fact. It’s a simple common sense fact. So, anybody who hears me say that and goes, ‘Well, hey, I’m a this type of Christian or this denomination and in our church it’s acceptable,’ I’m just going to say, ‘Well, whatever they’re teaching you according to God’s Word that has allowed you to believe that, is incorrect.’ It’s very simple.’

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Stephen Baldwin Visits Faithwire

Stephen Baldwin is joining us at Faithwire HQ to discuss his new show! Get our exclusive interview with him in our free email newsletter: http://faithwire.com/newsletter

Posted by Faithwire on Thursday, February 1, 2018

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Here is the promo for the Roe v. Wade movie:

There are some that disagree — like this group that calls themselves Catholic and ‘pro-choice’.

They’re upset about the so-called ‘Global Gag Rule’, a reinstatement of the Mexico City Policy that prohibits government funding of non-government organizations (NGOs) that provide abortion services or referrals.

And then there’s this real humdinger:

So… standing up to the U.S. government refusing to give funds to overseas agencies that murder innocent babies in the womb is being ‘compassionate’ and standing with the ‘most vulnerable’?

Weird.

Here I was thinking that the most vulnerable were the babies in-utero that are going to be murdered for simply existing.

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