The Tender Mercies of the Wicked

By Andrea G. Schwartz
April 11, 2016

From The Kingdom Driven Family Blog:

Ever since becoming a student of Biblical law over thirty years ago,  I have been forced to re-examine matters I was certain about even though I had never specifically considered the morality and ethics behind them. Since most people seemed to accept those positions unquestionably, I followed suit. Like most people, until I examined the grim realities of abortion, I focused my attention on the plight of women with unplanned pregnancies rather than the plight of the unborn. Recently, thanks to a friend who shared a video interview with me, I was brought up to speed about the grim realities of the organ transplantation industry. What I have discovered is that promoting organ donations as a way to save and heal sick people is a shell game of distracting focus away from the reality that people with beating hearts are routinely murdered in operating rooms in order to harvest their organs.

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Topics: Biblical Law, Culture , Medicine / Healthcare, Theology

Andrea G. Schwartz

Andrea Schwartz is Chalcedon’s family and Christian education advocate, and the author of eight books including: A House for God: Building a Kingdom-Driven Family, The Biblical Trustee Family: Understanding God’s Purpose for Your Household, Empowered: Developing Strong Women for Kingdom Service, Woman of the House: A Mother’s Role in Building a Christian Culture, and The Homeschool Life: Discovering God’s Way to Family-Based Education. She’s also the co-host of the Out of the Question podcast, and Homeschooling Helps (weekly live Facebook event). She can be reached at [email protected]

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