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Canadian Newspaper Publishes Letter to Editor Claiming Basic Premise of Religion is to Control Women’s Bodies

by | Jul 26, 2022 | Abortion, Apostasy, LGBTQ Issues, News, Religion, Social-Issues, The Church | 0 comments

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If you want to know where the United States is heading within the next decade lest God intervenes and removes his hand of judgment from this nation, just take a look at the moral decay of our neighbors to the North. We think the New York Times and CNN are bad, but Canada’s liberal news rags are just as bad, if not worse. And they’re pointing their fingers at us.

One such liberal news rag of Canada is the Niagra Falls Review. The Niagra Falls Review published a letter to the editor from St. Catharines claiming that “The basic premise of all religions has always been the control of women and their bodies.” In fact, this letter was reprinted in several liberal news rags around the Toronto area including the St. Catharines Standard in response to the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.

Here is the text of the letter in full:

U.S. keeping women down

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The Supreme Court of the United States decision on Roe vs. Wade is a regressive step in a modern society already lagging behind more than 20 other nations in basic “liveability.”

The U.S. is literally and visibly descending into a morass.

And this is being effected not only by SCOTUS decisions, but by long-term sustained campaigns in evangelical churches, on radio, on TV, all trumpeting a “biblical” message called “pro-life.”

The basic premise of all religions has always been the control of women and their bodies.

American women want equality with men, they want control of their own bodies, they want equal pay — all that “wanting” has to be nipped in the bud, and SCOTUS is the “man” to do it. Backed, of course, by all the evangelical “forces” in the U.S., and they are legion.

As you can see, these clowns are busy pointing fingers at the United States for falling into “morass” while their own government is trampling the bodies of peaceful protestors with horses, locking down their citizens indefinitely for refusing experimental vaccines, and imprisoning pastors without due process for holding church services during the coronavirus “pandemic.” If any nation has fallen into morass in recent years, it’s Canada.

Well, one liberal pastorette had the courtesy to respond to the letter to the editor in the St. Catharines Standard claiming that religion serves no other purpose than controlling women’s bodies.

Kim Wright, the retired pastorette of the gay-affirming pro-abortion Wesley United Church in Welland, ON, says that the statement isn’t true. She says, in fact, that her denomination “has always defended the rights of women, especially when it comes to the decisions about their own bodies.”

Of course, her church stands for essentially everything that God detests and His law rebukes. But the bigger issue here is that these synagogues of Satan continue to call themselves “churches” and these demoniacs continue to call themselves shepherds of God. They are not, they are wolves in sheep’s clothing seeking to devour anyone they can, draw them away from the true God of truth and grace, and seduce them into a lifestyle that leads nowhere but destruction.

These people give lip service to Christ but deny Him when He has spoken. These people are anti-Christ and it’s high time we begin to say it out loud, even if it costs us our lives.

Who is the liar but he who denies that Jesus is the Christ? This is the antichrist, he who denies the Father and the Son. —1 John 2:22

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