Jesus Meant Birth Control?

I'm pretty sure Jesus didn't mean "birth control" when He said, "I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full."

Wait, let me check the Scriptures ...

checking ...

checking ...

Yep, no birth control mentioned there.


And besides that ... isn't "birth control" the opposite of "life"?  If Jesus meant "birth control" wouldn't He have said, "I have come that they may stop life, and stop it fully"?




And you know what, Mrs. Baker?

In John 10:10, Jesus wasn't talking about advocating for social causes and rights so that people can live their lives in whatever way they want.  


It has nothing to do with the society we create.  Nothing to do with giving people the social/legal rights they want.  Nothing to do with getting the life we want on earth.


When He said that He came to give us life to the fullest ... He meant that He came to give up His life for us so that we could have eternal life.  He came to die for us so that we could find true healing and purpose and hope through salvation in Him.  


Not to get birth control!





For being an ordained minister, she sure doesn't know her Bible, or what some of the simplest verses mean.  And she ought to be ashamed of herself for turning a verse about Jesus's sacrificial death and about Him giving us the opportunity to find eternal life into a verse about social causes, about getting access to the birth control we want and the earthly life we want.  

She's misusing the Bible to manipulate people to create the kind of society she wants.  And she calls herself a "minister."

Shameful!  



Go ahead and smile now, Mrs. Baker.  Enjoy the spotlight for a moment.  Your fifteen minutes of fame.  

Because I doubt you'll be smiling when you're standing before our holy God, giving an answer for how you handled His Word.  




(There's a reason I don't trust female head pastors and women-led churches.  They are usually left-leaning feminists who will twist or soften Scripture to fight for feminist causes.  You don't have to agree with me, but it's the way I see things.)


And here's Activist Mommy's post on this.

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