According to the Pennsylvania Department of Health, Bucks County residents murder approximately 1,000 children every year through the process of induced abortion. The DOH of course does not refer to this as murder, viewing it instead as a form of healthcare being tracked and regulated. Nevertheless, children in the womb are being torn apart, poisoned, and otherwise killed by parents who do not fear the Lord, and who do not understand that wrath is being stored up against them for their innocent bloodshed (Rom 2:5, Pro 6:16-19).
There are many factors driving this genocide, but one of the key issues is the compromised civil law in Pennsylvania that tolerates and legalizes prenatal homicide. As Solomon observed,
“Because the sentence against an evil deed is not executed speedily, the heart of the children of man is fully set to do evil.” (Ecc 8:11)
Christians will often ignore or downplay the gospel’s involvement with civil legislation, viewing the role of human government as necessary, but peripheral to the plan of God on the Earth. Consistent Christianity however recognizes that the gospel of Jesus Christ impacts everything that has been touched by the fall, including civil government.
In the fight against abortion, abolitionists are therefore calling the state of Pennsylvania to repent of our tolerance of innocent bloodshed. As in Texas and Oklahoma, we are working to see a bill of total abolition put forward in either the house or the senate. Such a bill would criminalize abortion as homicide rather regulate it as healthcare, and we are looking for a legislator with the backbone to make a stand for these children.
Local abolitionists recently brought this to the attention of Representative Meghan Schroeder from District 29 in Bucks County. Her Warminster office is about two minutes away from the only free standing abortion mill in Bucks County, where presumably the majority of these 1,000 children are murdered every year, on Fridays.
We asked Representative Schroeder to author a bill of total abolition, to provide all human beings equal protection under the law; she is presently considering the matter. The bill does not have to be passed to make an impact for Christ; the abolitionist cause has been helped tremendously by legislators in other states who simply obeyed God and submitted a bill, bringing this holocaust to the public’s conscience.
You can help to bring this holocaust to Representative Schroeder’s conscience, by sending her a quick note requesting that she move forward with this endeavor. All you have to do is fill out the form below, and we will take care of the rest. In addition to your comments, we include links to the articles and information on this site, so that biblical ideas are spread within the legislature.
Thank you for taking two minutes to care for your preborn neighbor. In Christ,
— Abolitionist Society of Pennsylvania