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Abortion Abolitionist Wins Special Election for State Senate in Oklahoma

by | Dec 13, 2023

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In the heart of America’s heartland, a new chapter has been written in the ongoing struggle for the most fundamental of human rights—the right to life. The special election for the Oklahoma State Senate District 32, set against a backdrop of fervent social and political debate, brought forth a leader whose convictions resonate deeply with the abortion abolitionist movement. Dusty Deevers, a man of unwavering conviction and commitment to biblical principles, clinched a decisive victory in this contest. This success is far more than a mere political achievement, it represents a significant stride in the very uphill battle for the lives of countless unborn children.

The special election, necessitated by the resignation of the previous senator, became a focal point for a broader debate on the issue of abortion. In Oklahoma, a state where the abortion abolitionist movement is strongest, Deevers’ campaign galvanized supporters who sought a representative embodying their deepest convictions. This movement, while still a minority view even among Christians, aims to completely eradicate abortion, viewing it as a non-negotiable violation of God’s moral law.

Deevers, a Southern Baptist pastor, stands as a rare embodiment of unaltered conviction within the Southern Baptist Convention. Deevers challenged the prevailing narrative among some Southern Baptist leaders—especially Brent Leatherwood, the president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission—who have demonstrated significant compromise on the issue of abortion. And despite the Southern Baptist Convention president, Bart Barber, donating money to Deevers’ opponent, he won the election anyway. Deevers’ firm abolitionist perspective reflects a deeper, more profound understanding of biblical teachings, setting him apart as a distinctive voice in a sea of often-muted tones.

It’s too early to tell for sure, but this election may have been a referendum on the grossly compromised and neutered mainstream pro-life movement in Oklahoma and elsewhere. Deevers, through his campaign, ignited a conversation about life, liberty, and the pursuit of a society aligned with biblical principles. His victory is a testament to the strength of faith-driven activism, showcasing that when principles are grounded in unwavering faith, even the most daunting challenges can be overcome.

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Dusty Deevers, whose campaign was characterized by an unwavering commitment to biblical principles, has made it clear that his victory is not just a personal achievement but a testament to the power of faith, perseverance, and grassroots activism. In his own words, Deevers credits his success to God and the tireless efforts of his supporters: “Praise God for what He has done! I could not be more thankful to my family, my supporters, and my amazing team of hardworking volunteers.”

This election was about more than securing a seat in the state senate. It was a crusade against the “greatest evils of our day,” as Deevers puts it. His victory, achieved against well-funded, establishment adversaries, stands as proof that principled conviction can triumph over monetary might. “It truly is of God that we won,” he asserts, highlighting the miraculous nature of this win.

For the abortion abolitionist movement, Deevers’ win is a significant milestone. It sends a powerful message that there are a growing number of people willing to fight for the lives of the unborn, even if we are still outnumbered. Deevers is not just an advocate for the unborn, he is a warrior in the cultural battle to uphold a conservative biblical view of life. His agenda goes beyond the mere regulation of abortion, he seeks its total abolition.

Yet, Deevers’ vision extends beyond the issue of abortion. He aims to confront and dismantle other societal ills that corrode the nation’s morality and undermine the fabric of society. This includes his stance on issues like pornography and fiscal policies, such as the state income tax, which he seeks to abolish. His objective is clear—to restore power and equal representation to the people, aligning governance with biblical values.

Deevers’ victory, while monumental, is just one battle in a much larger war. The fight to protect the unborn, to uphold the sanctity of life, and to realign society with biblical principles is far from over. However, his win serves as a rallying cry for others who share his convictions. It’s a call to action, encouraging others to take up the “Sword of the Spirit,” as he puts it, and actively engage in the political process for the “glory of God and the good of your state.”

As Deevers rightly concludes, “Soli Deo Gloria”—to God alone be the glory. His victory is a testament to the power of faith in action, and a beacon of hope in the ongoing struggle to protect and preserve the sanctity of life.

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