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Holocaust, abortion, and eternal salvation: “180” movie

September 27, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7y2KsU_dhwI (Warning: graphic images from 7:24 to 10:14.)

After watching this 33-minute documentary, I am taken aback (but not altogether surprised) at the level of historical and moral ignorance in this country. If people can deny that the Holocaust happened mere decades afterward, how much more do they try to deny the historical Jesus who lived 2,000 years ago?

It’s clear to me that people are quick to rationalize every behavior, whether it’s homosexuality or abortion, with quick cliches and popular-sounding retorts. Phrases like “woman’s right to choose” and “don’t judge,” which sound so positive at face value, blind so many from the obvious truth: people are killing babies for what ultimately comes down to convenience or because they deem themselves to be the deciders between life or death. (What else is new? People playing the role of God…)

I’m also becoming very acquainted with the line, “I’m a good person so yea, I’ll go to heaven.” I’m going to make a separate post on this shortly, but in short, no one is  a good person. Only through Christ can we be redeemed. By whose standard are you judging anyway?

Please watch and share with others. Ray Comfort may not have all the factual knowledge in the world, but he’s right on the money when it comes to morals and the gospel. I must say, I GREATLY admire those in the video who were able to honestly admit that they were wrong. That is incredibly difficult to do in such a prideful world.

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  1. michael
    September 27, 2011 at 11:04 am

    We got a new generation of pharisees among us.
    Anyone who rationalize or justify every behavior is sinning the same way the pharisees did.

    Sigh* the answer is so plain and simple yet so hard to accept. Truly only God can open the eyes of the blind.

  2. September 27, 2011 at 11:24 am

    Yea, but instead of being overly legalistic, we’re under-legalistic. Now EVERYthing under the sun is OK…the highest worldly ideals are no longer human life or truth, but it’s the right not to be judged and the right to do whatever you feel like. It seems like the only thing that is viewed as really wrong in this society these days is telling others that they’re doing something wrong.

  3. January 5, 2012 at 1:25 pm

    Great article. Ill check out the documentry

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