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April 30, 2012

Former Integrity Leader Appointed to Head Group that Targets the Unborn

Reverend Knox says of his appointment: “There is no more vital work to be done in this historic moment than stopping the rollback of women’s access to health care and self-determination. Women need more health care resources and options, not less. Young people are a priority for RCRC and we look forward to an expansion of engagement with youth and young adult leaders through our Spiritual Youth for Reproductive Freedom program. Church, temple or synagogue should be the first place people of faith and their families turn when facing difficult decisions about reproductive health. RCRC will continue to lead in providing faith leaders the resources they need to offer responsible guidance and support. I ask for the prayers of all those who care about reproductive justice as I begin this new role.”

Reverend Knox was the founding director of the Human Rights Campaign’s Religion and Faith Program, where he supervised the creation of a national speakers’ bureau that reached more than 10 million Americans monthly and was instrumental in creating a national network of 22 progressive state clergy coalitions. Since 2011, he has been Interim Executive Director of Integrity USA, the voice of LGBT Episcopalians and their allies. He will begin his position at RCRC July 16, 2012.

(Emphasis added)
Really, Mr. Knox?  Does this mean you will stand by the Roman Catholics when they ask for the right to practice their faith as it relates to reproduction?  If so, it would be a breath of fresh air.  Could you ask those folks you are calling on for prayer to include the millions of unborn children that are being killed by the work of RCRC?

Hat tip:  Ralinda

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“Young people are a priority for RCRC…”

Oops, I forgot, a fetus is not “young people”.

[1] Posted by Undergroundpewster on 4-30-2012 at 12:19 PM · [top]

Reverend?  Is that in the Church of the Most Blessed Moloch?

Really, the Left just loathes Mankind.

[2] Posted by Jeffersonian on 4-30-2012 at 12:20 PM · [top]

Spiritual Youth for Reproductive Freedom!?!?  ROTFLMAO

That’s like calling Charles Manson’s family Youth for Making Life Altering Decisions

[3] Posted by Daniel on 4-30-2012 at 01:56 PM · [top]

“I ask for the prayers of all those who care about reproductive justice as I begin this new role.”

Reproductive justice? He really means “just us.” That’s always what RCRC is about: Just Us and WE WANT NOW!

[4] Posted by polycarp on 4-30-2012 at 02:15 PM · [top]

Daniel, what would you bet that George Orwell is pegging the tachometer in his grave right now?

[5] Posted by Jeffersonian on 4-30-2012 at 02:29 PM · [top]

So, why is this organization so loaded down with non-breeders?  And now being headed by a non-breeder male?

[6] Posted by Nikolaus on 4-30-2012 at 06:16 PM · [top]

I often wonder the same thing.  Why are homosexuals so pro-abortion?

[7] Posted by Bill2 on 4-30-2012 at 10:11 PM · [top]

This is disgusting, but not very surprising.

[8] Posted by Nellie on 4-30-2012 at 11:57 PM · [top]

Bill2 - the priests and priestesses of Baal, Ashteroth, and Moloch tend to hang out together. Temple prostitutes (male and female) are often found near those who cast the infants into the fire.

The Lord drove out the moneychangers when he came to the Temple - and all they were doing was fleecing those who wanted to worship the true God. What do you think He will do with these priests dedicated to false gods who seek to corrupt both the lost and the weak? Millstones and a lake of fire will he the beginning and the end if they don’t repent.

Father, protect the children in the wombs, the mothers who are so desperate that they give ear to these lies, and those “nice” people taking the broad smooth road to perdition. Break through the Enemy’s lies and deceit with your light and truth and strip the masks fromthe false priests - not only so their victims might see and turn towards you, but so they themselves might see themselves in the light of your mercy, repent, and be saved. In the Name of your Son Jesus who died for all of us. Amen.

[9] Posted by Doug Stein on 5-1-2012 at 02:15 AM · [top]

Why are homosexuals so pro-abortion?

Because it’s all about ME!!!!!!!

The thing pro-aborts and pro-gay folks have in common is a philosophy that says that every person should be allowed to do pretty much anything they want, free of social disapproval or legal restraint, unless it directly harms another already-born person. (At least some gays will go even further and say that they should have the right to do what they please regardless of whether it might hurt someone else, and so should not be required to inform anyone about their AIDS status, but I think that’s a minority. At least I hope so.) That is the thread that runs true throughout both movements, and why they tend to overlap.

[10] Posted by David Fischler on 5-1-2012 at 09:21 AM · [top]

It’s the definition of the “slippery slope” - you will not only find that many of those who choose a homosexual lifestyle are pro-abortion, but you will also many of them have many other serious issues like alchololism (VGR).  Once you take one step away from the authority of scripture it quickly becomes a “free for all” - you know, just like VGR says - so many letters (LGBT+), so little time!  wink

[11] Posted by B. Hunter on 5-1-2012 at 02:20 PM · [top]

Jesus taught us to bless our enemies. 

Dear Heavenly Father,
We thank You for the gift of Your Son, for the grace by which we have been saved.  Under the covenant of His blood, You have raised us up with Christ and seated us with Him in the heavenly realms.  We bless Rev. Harry Knox.  You know his needs far better than we.  Bless him in every dimension, seen and unseen.  Amen.

[12] Posted by Jill Woodliff on 5-2-2012 at 06:21 AM · [top]

Jill—I have no doubt that if we could learn how to better pray for our enemies (and truly mean it) that we would see a pouring forth of the Holy Spirit in such amounts not seen since the Great Persecution. I tried so hard to do so recently for my brother’s x-wife, and I failed…abysmally. I haven’t tried for months.

I need to try again, and I will use you prayer.

[13] Posted by All-Is-True on 5-2-2012 at 07:45 AM · [top]

The thing pro-aborts and pro-gay folks have in common is a philosophy that says that every person should be allowed to do pretty much anything they want, free of social disapproval or legal restraint, unless it directly harms another already-born person.

If only. 

The vast majority of the pro-abortion crowd are on the Left, and that end of the political spectrum is hardly shy about impressing its idea of wonderfulness on everyone else at the point of a gun.  Only in the area of sexual acts is the Left unreservedly libertarian; the rest of human action is to be covered in layers and layers of rules, regulations, mandates, inspections, licenses and prohibitions.

[14] Posted by Jeffersonian on 5-2-2012 at 08:42 AM · [top]

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