Lesbian Pastor to Lead National Abortion Federation
As if being a female pastor wasn’t sinful enough, this woman is a lesbian pastor. And if that weren’t bad enough (and it’s plenty bad), she’s also just been appointed to head-up the National Abortion Federation (NAF), an organization that fights for the ‘right’ of mothers to ruthlessly assault and destroy their unborn children.
Earning a ‘millstone award,’ Katherine Ragsdale said at her coronation ceremony as CEO of the NAF , “Abortion providers are some of my personal heroes and modern-day saints.”
One wonders why a woman who doesn’t have to worry about getting pregnant is so concerned about other women having the opportunity to terminate their pregnancies. The Episcopal priest has chosen a sexual lifestyle bereft of fruitfulness and has dedicated her life to keep humanity from multiplying.
In 2011 the lesbian ‘priest’ ‘married’ another lesbian ‘priest.’ It seems the two are now separated.
Ragsdale chiefly tours the country trying to take the religious stigma out of abortion.
At a Kentucky Reproductive Freedom Fund event, Ragsdale claimed – according to Lifesite News – that “the Bible says nothing about abortion and that it’s dishonest and manipulative to call the human in the womb a baby.”
Luke 1:41 says, “And when Elizabeth heard the greeting of Mary, the baby leaped in her womb.”
Apparently Ragsdale thinks God is manipulative because his Spirit wrote that verse calling John the Fetus a “baby.”
Ragsdale continued, “‘One inch from life,’ they say while showing a picture of a Gerber baby,” as the audience laughed.
“Apart from ‘one inch from life’ being a lie, the Gerber baby image is a lie. And actually, using the word ‘baby’ is a manipulative lie.”
It is unclear what makes the Gerber baby a “lie” but here’s a picture of an aborted BABY that this lesbian antichrist priest says is not a baby.
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