Thursday, January 22, 2004

Sanctity of Life Sunday

It's the annual Sanctity of Life Sunday at our church this Sunday,and we praise and thank God for it. should be renamed to be what it actually is: Sanctity of Unborn Life Sunday. The phrase "Sanctity of Life" implies that the church recognizes the sacredness of all life, and not just certain lives. Calling it Sanctity of Life Sunday incorrectly implies that the church takes the same proactive and public moral stance not just against abortion, but also against the death penalty and euthanasia....regardless of political winds and tithers' personal opinions.

Ron and I will gratefully celebrate the sanctity of unborn life with our fellow believers, and will say silent prayers for all the other lives' that are also sacred to God, but not covered by our church's moral proclamations.

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