That was incredible! Brought a tear to my eye. Great!
Great photos, very gripping and dramatic, but very offensive to me. It is unfortunate that the 'pro unborn life' candidates are generally against helping people who are already alive. Jesus did not talk about homosexuality, and never suggested as the church does that gay people are condemned. Jesus saw all life as sacred, and as a victim of capital punishment himself, might not have been as quick as we are to put prisoners to death. Jesus understood that church and state should be separate. When you vote, look at the whole picture -- who will best protect the earth that God gave us to care for? Who will feed the hungry, comfort the bereaved, visit those in prison? In my experience, the people who share my most of my values are not the so called pro life candidates.Sorry to be anonymous -- you people scare me!
EXCELLENT video! I reposted this on my blog and on my myspace. Thanks for bringing it to my attention.May I say that I don't personally know anyone who is pro life that is generally against helping those who are already alive? Also, Jesus, as fully God AND fully man did address homosexuality AND condemn it as a sin, though that particular sin is no greater in His eyes than another type of sin. He does view human life as sacred and is willing that none should perish, but loved each one enough that He gave them their own free will, instead of creating a world full of puppets. Jesus was not a victim. He was a willing sacrifice.It is true we must each vote our own values. I agree 100 percent. It just saddens me that we, in general, place so much importance on the "things" of this world instead of the sanctity of human life - from conception to death.
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