Abortionist: “As a Christian I Feel It’s My Job” to Kill Babies in Abortions

National   |   Micaiah Bilger   |   Jun 2, 2017   |   12:31PM   |   Washington, DC

According to abortionist Willie Parker’s version of Christianity, women should be allowed and encouraged to sacrifice their unborn babies’ lives to better their own.

Parker performs abortions in several states to help them do it. He calls it his “ministry.”

The southern abortionist has been traveling across the country during the past few months to promote his new book and claim that he is serving God by killing babies in the womb.

The Seattle Times reports:

“Preserving access [to abortion] is my calling,” Parker writes in his new book, “A Life’s Work,” which will bring him to Seattle’s Town Hall on June 6. “As a Christian and a doctor, I am committed to protecting women’s health.”

By protecting women’s health, Parker means destroying unborn babies in abortions – and that’s all he does. Years ago, after reading a sermon by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. about the Good Samaritan, Parker said he decided to make aborting unborn babies his sole work, according to the report.

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Later, the report continues:

Parker realized that in order to be a “Christian in practice,” he had to show compassion for all women, regardless of their needs. What happens to these women if abortion is not available?

He started performing abortions exclusively, traveling from town to town — mainly in the South, where abortion providers have been chipped away by layers of laws and fund restrictions. …

“As a Christian, I feel that it’s my job to help offer a counternarrative,” Parker writes. “That God gave every woman gifts, and the agency to realize those gifts, and that nothing about choosing to terminate a pregnancy or to delay childbearing puts a woman outside of God’s love.

“… No God I believe in would judge this woman for wanting to be the best version of herself.”

Parker admitted in the interview that he does not attend a church; he is too busy promoting and performing abortions.

When the newspaper asked him if he is worried about meeting God someday, Parker replied: “I meet God every day with the people who need my help. I know God and God will know me. I don’t believe that the people who say they know God will have any say in that.”

Whether Parker actually believes what he says or he is just doing it for publicity is hard to say. Either way, he is openly defying Christian teachings about the sanctity and value of human life.

Scripture says that innocent human lives should be protected, not destroyed. God commands “Thou shalt not murder” in Exodus 20:13 and Deuteronomy 5:17. Thousands of years after the Bible was written, science has confirmed that babies in the womb are unique, living human beings from the moment of conception. Their lives, too, are valuable and deserving of protection.

Parker claims to be helping women, but true service never involves destroying one human being’s life to help another. He is not really helping women, either. Millions of women have been scarred by the deceptive claim that abortion will help them gain a better life. They realize too late that their abortion killed their unborn child, a child who they never can get back. Many women suffer from depression, anxiety, guilt and even suicidal thoughts when they realized they were deceived by abortionists like Parker.

If Parker actually listened to some of his abortion patients, maybe he would realize that he is not helping anyone by killing unborn babies. Or maybe he wouldn’t.