Saturday, January 29, 2022

Report: Many "Christian" Universities Actively Promote Abortions, Planned Parenthood

Campus Reform published a report detailing dozens of Christian-affiliated universities and colleges actively supporting abortion advocacy and abortion providers, including Planned Parenthood. Many are also tied to abortion in many other ways. For example, Texas Christian University's History Department actually offers credit for internships at Planned Parenthood. 

These schools were specifically founded to provide a Christian education, and use their Christian affiliation status for good will and recruitment purposes. In most cases, these schools also receive funding from their affiliated denominations. Yet, they are actively promoting values that are in direct opposition to traditional Christian values.  

Here is a partial list of the abortion-promoting "Christian" schools and their affiliations:
  • Texas Christian University (Disciples of Christ)
  • Virginia Wesleyan University (United Methodist)
  • The College of St. Rose (Catholic)
  • Wittenberg University (Lutheran)
  • St. John Fisher College (Catholic)
  • Southern Methodist University (United Methodist)
  • Rhodes College (Presbyterian)
  • Pacific Lutheran University (Lutheran)
  • Ohio Wesleyan University (United Methodist)
  • Muhlenberg College (Evangelical Lutheran Church in America)
  • Lafayette College (Presbyterian)
  • Gettysburg College (Evangelical Lutheran)
  • Emory University (United Methodist)
  • Central College (Reformed Church in America)
  • Elizabethtown College (Church of the Brethren)
  • Augsburg University (Lutheran)
  • Macalester College (Presbyterian)
A Campus Reform article on the report can be read by clicking here. The full report is also available online by clicking here

I recently bought the book Why Social Justice Is Not Biblical Justice: An Urgent Appeal to Fellow Christians in a Time of Social Crisis, by Scott David Allen. I want to recommend it to my readers, as it does an excellent job of explaining the difference between politically-correct "social justice" and true Biblical justice. Social justice has creeped in modern churches, which have become weak as they seek to embrace worldly acceptance. Sadly, most church-goers today don't understand enough about social justice (or Biblical justice for that matter) to see the dangerous distortions embedded in the social justice concept. 


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