Taking the internet by storm is a new documentary-length film, Babies Are Murdered Here. Watching the trailer and then the free film, I have to say two things: First, it is a much watch for all Christians. Second, where has the visible church been?
The first point is easy. Watch this move:
But let’s focus on the second question. Why have most churches turned a blind eye to the horrific holocaust that has killed more human beings (56 Million now) than in the Revolutionary War, Civil War, World War I, World War II, The Korean War, Viet Nam, and the Gulf Wars, COMBINED?
That’s one of the questions we’ll ask the producer of the film, Marcus Pittman, of Crown Rights Media. Marcus joins us on our program Thursday, January 30th at 9 a.m. Central.
When the January 22, 2014 March For Life event happened in Washington, D.C., hundreds of thousands of people converged to stand up and speak out about a practice that should break our hearts and make our blood run cold. For whatever reason, Evangelicals have absconded their responsibility largely because they see it as a Catholic social justice cause rather than a bloody assault on helpless innocents; a modern-day sacrifice to pagan gods, and a grievous turning away from the love of Christ.
But for the first time, more young people than ever before are making their voices heard, and with the help of movies like Babies Are Murdered Here, perhaps the visible Church will come around as well.
- Rep. Hartzler: More Americans Aborted in 2008 Than Died in 7 Wars Combined (cnsnews.com)
- New Pro-Life Documentary, ‘Babies Are Murdered Here’ (christiannewswire.com)
- Three Key Points from the ‘Babies Are Murdered Here’ Documentary (airocross.com)
- Evangelical Environmentalists Join March for Life to Save Babies From Toxins, Chemical Exposure (christianpost.com)
- ‘Babies Are Murdered Here’ Documentary Calls Upon Church to Repent of Apathy Toward Abortion (christiannews.net)