Stacy Abrams Preached a Sermon in an Atlanta Church…Quite Heretical – Watch
The clock is ticking on the November midterms, and Stacey Abrams who is running for governor in Georgia decided it was time to go to church. Abrams took to the pulpit in an Atlanta church and thought it was best to promote abortion in God’s house.
Abrams also preached about matriarchal governance and race-based state contracts.
What a sermon…
This all took place at the noon service at Elizabeth Baptist Church last Sunday. The candidate tried to look and sound like a pastor and even through in some out-of-context Scripture verses to back up her political campaign platform.
She trumpeted the issue of abortion, but she could not use the Bible for your position, so she instead used a generic reference to her “tradition of faith.” It was a feeble attempt to justify her support for abortion at least until fetal viability and possibly even “until the time of birth.”
“And for those in this room who are women,” Abrams began. “I come from a tradition of faith, and I believe that I have the right to control my body and control my future and that that belongs to me alone.
“And I don’t want to make the choice for anybody else,” she continued, “but I don’t want some man who’s never met me in my doctor’s office with me.”
Abrams didn’t stop there, she moved to compare herself with some bible heroes like Queen Esther, Deborah, Ruth, and both Mary and Martha. The candidate placed herself in this line of Biblical females so she could then denounce patriarchal leadership and promote matriarchy.
“It took men to break this place. It’s going to take a woman to make it right,” Abrams declared.
That’s probably the only message quite like that the Atlanta Baptist church has ever heard, and I guess that it did not sit well with the male elders.
Here's the wider context. Now her list has expanded from "running in the tradition of Deborah" to "the tradition of Esther and Deborah and Ruth and Mary and Martha" pic.twitter.com/zk9HFmq6sk
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