An abortion clinic escort impersonating Jesus outside an Alabama abortion clinic mocked God by calling himself “Jesus Choice” to promote child killing in the womb.
Pro-life activist David Day, who runs a ministry called “So That All May Know Him, uploaded the heretical conversation with the abortion clinic escort outside Montgomery Reproductive Services abortion clinic.
“I am Jesus Choice…I am here to bring the third testament of the Lord,” the man identified as Comedian Nick Morgan-Moore told Day.
Day said that Nick was the one who engaged him and his co-laborer Daniel French at the clinic. Nick was the official mascot for the PledgeAPhrase game where abortion supporters attempt to raise money off something the pro-lifers say.
“Your version of Christianity doesn’t line up with any other version of Christianity in history,” the abortion advocate says in the video clip.
“You’re just making up the rules based on what you feel. Whereas, I’m making my life choices based upon empathy,” Nick stated.
That statement is difficult to fathom when you look at the destruction an abortion not only has on the preborn child in the womb but also on the woman.
Nick or as he calls himself “Jesus Choice” and has also opened a twitter account under the same name, was asked if it is right to kill babies.
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The Jesus impersonator replied, “Babies? Define a baby for me…There’s a difference between a fetus and a baby.”
When told that “fetus” means “little person” the pro-abortion man called the definition, “silly” and accused abortion opponents of “harassing women” exercising their “bodily autonomy.”
The clinic is known for mocking God and the pro-lifers who try and reach women. In fact, Day previously exposed that a worker at the abortion clinic is the wife of the pastor of a local church in the community. She said she saw no problems with calling herself a Christian and working for a place that kills preborn children because, as she stated, “none of us are perfect” and “I’m there to let them know God will forgive them.” Ironically, the son of the Pastor’s wife is also employed at the abortion clinic as their security guard.
Images of messages abortion escorts write on the sidewalk and walkways leading up to the abortion mill show the battle that pro-lifers face there.
“My pastor, Shawn Merithew of Morningview Baptist Church said, if you don’t weep at the thought of people going to hell. Don’t dare call yourself a Christian.”
Day said he will rejoice if he sees these clinic escorts in Heaven because they repented after someone introduced to real Jesus Christ.
“It grieves me knowing hell awaits them. While they act like blind reprobates, the blood of Christ has not met a sinner it could not save. I know because it saved me,” he added.
LifeNews Note: Carole Novielli is the author of the blog Saynsumthn, where this article originally appeared.