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33 Так всякий из вас, кто не отрешится от всего, что имеет, не может быть Моим учеником. Евангелие от Луки 14 глава – Библия:
If anyone has lived in Philadelphia, you know the city has a history of racial problems (i.e. Rizzo, Goode, Street, etc). In fact, the city is deeply segregated by race. In April 2000, I was summoned to do jury duty in Philadelphia for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. I took the day off from work and thought I wouldn’t be picked that morning in a pool of over 300 people. A few minutes later, I was picked and became juror number 12 for a drug murder trial that lasted one whole week. The defendant was a young black girl (22 years old) from Philly who was purported to have murdered (near 8th and Butler) a young white girl from Bucks County. Both were crack (cocaine) addicts. When we got the summons to deliberate, I walked into the jury room and what I experienced was pure racism. 6 jurors were white and they automatically sided with the murdered girl to not start a racial war; they didn’t go for first degree but second. 5 jurors were black and stated that the girl wasn’t responsible for the murder but they concluded with second degree instead of full acquittal. It was surreal in that room, and the lack of logic was mind boggling. What everyone did not do was to look at the facts of the case presented in court. We needed a unanimous decision for either first degree murder (no death penalty; life in prison without parole), second degree (with possibility of parole) or acquittal. No one studied the facts but it was 11 for second degree and when it came my time to vote. I said “first degree”. People were upset, they wanted to go home. Then I explained why. I methodically showed them the medical examiner’s report, the angle of the bullet, and other evidence. The racism actually went away for a few minutes. What was interesting is that white and black people in that room had no baggage against me; so they heard me out. In fact, I stated I was a chemical engineering grad from Drexel and they gave me more respect. After my arguing of the facts, we took another vote. This time, it was 11 for first degree and 1 for second degree. A major reversal! I asked the woman (who is black), why second degree and she said “I am a Christian and I can’t send the girl to death”. The woman was very nice and in fact my sister in Christ. I told her “I too am a born again believer, I am deeply burdened by what the young black girl will go through but as Christians we must stand up for the truth and evaluate this case based on the facts presented. There is no option of death penalty in this case. And the facts show pre-meditation. We must administer true justice for the victim of the crime” It was very emotional in the room and we went home. Day 5 we reached a conclusion in the morning and it was 12 jurors for First Degree. We went into the court room and the judge (a black man, who I respected deeply as he held law above race. He was impartial and administered the law superbly.) read our conclusion. The young black girl screamed with tears, the mother of the young white girl cried in the courtroom. It was very emotional. I held it together until all of the jurors were dismissed. In the jury room, people were crying and I started to tear up. We are talking about people’s lives. I saw the Christian woman who is black hug a fellow white juror. There was healing. I left in amazement of what God showed in my life. For the past few days, we have been caught up in another race war. Our nation has been through it tragically many times and it is breaking US. It is easy to watch injustice via videos and what the “news” reports said but I say evaluate all of the facts. No one knows all of the facts of the case, only those in court and those are the facts that must be used to decide innocence or guilt. It looks like this officer was excessive and asphyxiated a fellow human being (which is manslaughter at minimum or murder at maximum per our laws) but I would like to know the whole story; not just the edited clips. God knows the truth and it will be dealt with by his standards also. But it is very clear our society, is in mob rule mentality and reacting without thinking. How did we get here? Rejecting the God of the Bible, fatherhood, marriage, family, all as God designed! I believe in our justice system )as imperfect as it is on some occasions) and I adamantly oppose mob rule. What is happening today is a continuation of communists using people to gain permanent power. Lenin did it so well by suckering the peasants and manipulating their hopelessness; eventually those used will be those those abused if not killed by their “revolutionary leaders”. Yet true questions are not being asked. If BLM is so important, why aren’t their any serious attempts to stop abortion? Most abortion occurs of black babies (36 million). Also why does Antifa and BLM (communist groups) destroy businesses that helps people especially the poor? We are being played by smart yet evil people. I oppose men who are liars and use people for their personal gain. But they have an advantage; stupid, ignorant, and/or evil committed people follow them blindly up to their own self destruction. Racism, by all races, is sadly alive and well in America and it is effectively used by communist democrats to divide the nation. We don’t see on forms “American”, we see “INSERT RACE – American”; which needs to be abolished! Pride drives some whites to think they are better than minorities. Pride also drives blacks and hispanics to play the same game and eliminate whites from their neighborhoods; the same pride is used to cause disunity between hispanics and blacks also (sinful pride divides all). All people have prejudice in some form due to our sin nature and the prejudices that devalue fellow humans is dehumanizing. Bitterness and depression (mainly from a lack of success from government intervention in their lives) drives anger and hate by blacks and hispanics against whites. Leftist whites play the “guilt” card to subjugate innocent people and take political control. Racism, by all, will destroy our nation if isn’t stopped immediately through God’s word, healing, and reconciliation and through rule of law. We have racism in the church. In 2008 in NYC, I remember black and hispanic theology professors at my seminary were enthusiastic about meeting Sen. Obama earlier in the day. I asked them “what about his positions that are anti-Bible?” They said “He is a Christian, he is one of us” Race and Sin replaced God’s word. Sin is not talked about, the sin of racial pride. I believe many of those churches have or will fall in due time unless there is repentance. What we all have forgotten is that above race, there is the God of the Bible and that ALL we are created equal in God’s image (Genesis 2). Until we repent and give Christ our pride, our hatred, our bitterness to the Lord Jesus Christ and let him heal us from the inside out, there will continue to be self destruction and national destruction. God can heal our racial wounds (bitterness) but would we let Him? When we evaluate the facts of our lives (like what we did in the murder trial in Philadelphia) then can there be true justice. Our nation can succeed and be unified, only if we let the God of the Bible heal US and lead US. The churches must be the first place to show this! Our fight is against sin, in our own lives and in the public square. Let us have a conclusion like the American sisters of different races in the jury room in Philadelphia where, after true and complete facts were presented and issues sincerely, civilly discussed, justice was served and true unity took place. Let us be Christians and Americans first! God bless!
Experience and Understand the Significance of Pentecost What happened at Pentecost, and how is this so highly relevant to the Church of Jesus Christ today? Why does this matter? It is much more important than many realise. These apostles and disciples were gathered together in one place. They were in the Temple in Jerusalem, because when we read the record and account given to us by Dr Luke, no one moved until the apostles arose and Peter spoke and explained the significance of what had just taken place. They were gathered together in one place, at the one time, and they were united. Someone had organised it and all were present and Jesus Christ blessed that gathering. They knew and understood something of the fundamentals and basics of discipleship from the very beginning. Over these past years I have met very few people who have understood the basics of discipleship. Read the account which is given us in Acts Chapter 2. Whenever someone reads the Word of God and opens himself, or herself, to the Word of God, our living loving gracious God is so willing and eager to bless and reward. Be open to God’s Word and to receive and embrace what He reveals to you. We read of the blowing of a wind, and tongues of fire resting on each of the one hundred and twenty heads of the apostles and disciples, and there would be as many as fifty thousand people present on this important occasion. It was a Jewish festival and the Temple courts would be crowded. We read about that a few sentences later. They are all filled with the Holy Spirit and each speaks in tongues – or praises God in a language they had never learned. I have enjoyed this manifestation of the Holy Spirit for over fifty years and it has been such an edifying and encouraging spiritual ability. Jesus had promised to send the Comforter, or the One who comes alongside to help, and that is exactly what happens on this occasion – although there is also an anointing of the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit fills these disciples of Jesus and they overflow at the mouth. We overflow at the mouth too, if we are angry, or in love, or filled with the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit is the One who anoints and guides and directs and leads and he anoints and empowers and does so much more. This is God the Holy Spirit. These one hundred and twenty apostles and disciples of Jesus Christ are having an encounter with Almighty God. When this happens to day, we have an encounter with Almighty God and do we all not so need that once again? These disciples are changed. These men and women are totally transformed – and notice that Mary, the mother of Jesus, is present there in that congregation. Yes, people are ridiculed and mocked and laughed at, because the bewildered onlookers do not understand the significance of what is taking place – verse 13. Jesus Christ is birthing and launching His glorious Church! Dear Peter, who had caused so much upset, arises and explains – and explains so fully and adequately. This is what had been prophesied. What Joel said would happen is happening and this experience of the Holy Spirit continues to be experienced and will do so until Jesus Christ comes again. The Helper was bringing Hope. We so need Hope in our troubled world today – and in the compromising Church. If you are looking for a deeper spirituality and for inspiration that will never depart from you, this is where it is to be found and discovered and enjoyed – but remember it is for service and ministry! “Our loving heavenly Father – we give thanks for every good and perfect gift. At this time we give thanks for the experience and significance of what happened at Pentecost – and we thank you risen and ascended Jesus, that you continue to pour out the Holy Spirit today upon men and women. Anoint us – empower us – so that we may serve. Amen” (This week's "Word from Scotland", as we approach another Pentecost - previous articles may be found at Studylight.com and liveasif.com in the 'Archives' - warmest greetings in Christ Jesus.)

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How Does the End of the World Affect Our Lives Today? - BreakPoint

If the world is going to end, should we bother making it better? Christians are often accused of a pie-in-the-sky mentality that doesn't care about today for the sake of tomorrow. Is that true? #AsktheColsonCenter

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After 9/11: C. S. Lewis & the Lessons of Pain - BreakPoint

In those days after 9/11, there was strange familiarity. When we looked at one another, we didn’t see “them.” We saw “we.” The things that divided us seemed so frail and unimportant compared to what united us.

breakpoint.org We live in the shadow of fallen towers. For anyone who was watching TV that day, 9/11 is indelibly seared into our memories. Puzzlement with the first plane. Shock with the second. The slow realization that this was no accident, that we were now at war, that the world had somehow changed. We didn’...

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Deflating Materialist Humblebrags - BreakPoint

"It turns out God and Socrates are not easily banished to the edge of the lamplight. That atheists, materialists, and well-meaning-but-patronizing astrophysicists try just shows how drunk they are on bad theology and philosophy."

breakpoint.org Scientism's claims for itself remain ever out of reach.

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Funding Planned Parenthood - BreakPoint

As the election looms closer, Christians should know both why they should vote and how to think through candidates and issues.

breakpoint.org As the election looms closer, Christians should know both why they should vote and how to think through candidates and issues.

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International Panel Warns Us to Tap the Brakes on Gene Editing, but That Won’t Stop Us - BreakPoint

There is time to prevent the potential man-made catastrophe of gene-editing. Time, however, won’t be enough without the will to say no.

breakpoint.org There is time to prevent the potential man-made catastrophe of gene-editing. Time, however, won’t be enough without the will to say no.

Questions about Conspiracy Theories and Eschatology

John Stonestreet and Shane Morris tackle a couple of tough questions today on the BreakPoint Podcast. Responding to our recent commentary on QAnon and conspiracy theories, one reader asks what's the difference between someone like Sophie Scholl, who alerted people to Nazi atrocities, and those who are labeled conspiracy theorists? Don't they both want to expose evil?

The second question: How, if at all, does one's eschatology--view of the end times--affect how we engage culture?

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Our Ancient Hope: A Devotional with Jim Daly - BreakPoint

As the world reels from the events of the past few months and looks anxiously towards whatever this autumn will bring, the Colson Center is sponsoring a weekly moment of prayer. Each Wednesday, a guest will share in leading us in a time of devotion and corporate prayer.

This week our guest was Jim Daly, president of Focus on the Family. As part of his devotional time, he shared some ancient hope for our troubled times.

breakpoint.org Jim Daly of Focus on the Family joins John Stonestreet for the Colson Center's time of prayer.

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Does Capitalism Only Benefit the Rich? - BreakPoint

You’re in a conversation and someone says, “Capitalism only benefits the rich, not the middle or lower classes. And when the rich get richer, the poor get poorer.”

What would you say?

Though people have different ideas of what capitalism means, Merriam-Webster’s dictionary defines it as “an economic system characterized by private or corporate ownership of capital goods, by investments that are determined by private decision, and by prices, productions, and the distribution of goods that are determined mainly by competition in a free market.”

Basically, it means a system with free trade and private property.

In other words, capitalism gives citizens the freedom to own and to trade, and here are three reasons why that benefits everyone and not just the rich:

First, free trade is a win-win game, not a win-lose game. In a free trade system, everyone can benefit.

Second, free trade creates wealth.

Third, free trade is inclusive–the more players there are, the better off everyone is.

breakpoint.org Capitalism gives citizens the freedom to own and to trade.

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Dorothy and Jack: A Book Review - BreakPoint

"It is no surprise that the two became fast friends. Both were Oxford educated intellectuals, both wrote about religious and academic subjects, and both were committed Christians with a sense of humor. And yet, few people realize how strong their friendship was."

breakpoint.org Dorothy and Jack is well-researched and includes portions of many of the letters Sayers and Lewis wrote to each other.

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Original Sin at Northwestern University - BreakPoint

Who could guess a major university would embrace theological doctrine, much less the doctrine of original sin? That’s kind of what Northwestern University Law School did last week.

breakpoint.org Who could guess a major university would embrace theological doctrine, much less the doctrine of original sin?

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Trafficking Children - BreakPoint

Traffickers aren’t always the shadowy strangers nabbing girls in an airport or shopping mall. Often, they are family members or family friends, such as parents who’ve lost custody or guardians looking to profit. Runaways are particularly vulnerable to people who are willing to take them in with intent to use them.

In other words, trafficking in some form or another could be happening in most of our communities.

That’s what is happening. The question is, how did we get here?

breakpoint.org Trafficking in some form or another could be happening in most of our communities.That’s what is happening. The question is, how did we get here?

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Questions about Conspiracy Theories and Eschatology - BreakPoint

John Stonestreet and Shane Morris tackle a couple of tough questions today on the BreakPoint Podcast.

Responding to our recent commentary on QAnon and conspiracy theories, one reader asks what’s the difference between someone like Sophie Scholl, who alerted people to Nazi atrocities, and those who are labeled conspiracy theorists? Don’t they both want to expose evil?

The second question: How, if at all, does one’s eschatology–view of the end times–affect how we engage culture?

breakpoint.org John Stonestreet and Shane Morris tackle a couple of tough questions today on the BreakPoint Podcast.

Capitalism Only Benefits the Rich

You’re in a conversation and someone says, “Capitalism only benefits the rich, not the middle or lower classes. And when the rich get richer, the poor get poorer.” What would you say?

Though people have different ideas of what capitalism means, Merriam-Webster’s dictionary defines it as “an economic system characterized by private or corporate ownership of capital goods, by investments that are determined by private decision, and by prices, productions, and the distribution of goods that are determined mainly by competition in a free market.”

Basically, it means a system with free trade and private property. In other words, capitalism gives citizens the freedom to own and to trade, and here are 3 reasons why that benefits everyone and not just the rich:

First, free trade is a win-win game, not a win-lose game. In a free trade system, everyone can benefit.
Second, free trade creates wealth.
Third, free trade is inclusive--the more players there are, the better off everyone is.

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National Prayer Webinar with Jim Daly

The live prayer webinar with Jim Daly starts in 30 minutes. Join us on the Colson Center page as we pray for the nation! https://hubs.ly/H0vPB2H0

The live prayer webinar with Jim Daly starts in one hour. Join us on the Colson Center page as we pray for the nation! https://hubs.ly/H0vPLlb0

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Disney Ignores Uighur Genocide, Films Mulan in Xinjiang - BreakPoint

In the closing credits of the just-released live-action movie “Mulan,” Disney thanks four Communist Party propaganda departments and a public security bureau in Xinjiang.

breakpoint.org In the closing credits of the just-released live-action movie “Mulan,” Disney thanks four Communist Party propaganda departments and a public security bureau in Xinjiang.

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Disney’s Mulan and the Backdrop of Genocide - BreakPoint

Nations like Japan and India, and even some corporations like Apple, have taken a stand and moved business out of China. Disney, on the other hand, gave China a great big PR win instead.

breakpoint.org No amount of money will ever make acceptable the treatment that Muslim Uighurs face at the hands of the Chinese government.

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Is "Adult" Entertainment Victimless? - BreakPoint

You’re in a conversation and someone says, “You may not like p*rn, but it’s just victimless entertainment.”

What would you say?

The next time someone says p*rn is victimless, remember these three things.

First, p*rn builds tolerance for violence toward women: P*rn encourages men to be less troubled by sexual violence and more likely to engage in it.

Second, p*rn is not always consensual: The p*rn industry regularly uses coercion and deceit to lure women and girls into doing things they wouldn’t otherwise do.

Third, p*rn is directly connected to sex trafficking. Not only does p*rn inspire what happens to victims of trafficking, girls who are around p*rn are more likely to end up as victims.

breakpoint.org This supposedly victimless practice corrupts and exploits all involved.

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The Persecuted Church is the World's Most Interesting Story That We Don't Hear About - David Curry - BreakPoint

David Curry from Open Doors USA talks with Shane Morris on Upstream. Curry spells out why the biggest stories in the world aren’t being told in the United States. He guides us through some murky waters to see the reality Christians face around the world and how their experience is being felt in startling ways inside the borders of the USA.

breakpoint.org David Curry from Open Doors USA talks with Shane Morris on Upstream.

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Are Conspiracy Theories Like QAnon Reliable? - BreakPoint

"Our charge, if you will, against conspiracy theories is not that they’re simple, and therefore in line with Occam's Razor, but that they’re simplistic, assigning to a single group, or series of groups, an agency over all of life and human behavior that is entirely alien to the biblical understanding of the world."

breakpoint.org There is simply no way for a grand conspiracy to hold together against the combined efforts of human frailty and uncontrollable variables.

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Bible Now Translated in 700 Languages - BreakPoint

Wycliffe Bible Translators just announced that the Bible has now been translated into 700 languages. According to Executive Director James Poole, “5.7 billion people who speak 700 languages now have the Bible in the language that speaks to them best.”

breakpoint.org Wycliffe Bible Translators just announced that the Bible has now been translated into 700 languages. According to Executive Director James Poole, “5.7 billion people who speak 700 languages now have the Bible in the language that speaks to them best.”

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Tik Tok Mocks Those With Disabilities, One Woman Responds with Faith and Dignity - BreakPoint

Imagine logging onto social media and discovering that your picture was being used to scare young children. Not by cruel teenagers, mind you…by adults.

breakpoint.org Imagine logging onto social media and discovering that your picture was being used to scare young children. Not by cruel teenagers, mind you…by adults.

Register now for this Wednesday as Jim Daly leads a devotional and prays about the state of our nation. https://hubs.ly/H0vHW5k0

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The Point: Labor Day

I trust you’re having a good day off with friends and family. But before you fire up the grill one last time for the summer, please reflect with me on how Chuck Colson described the dignity of work.

breakpoint.org Before you fire up the grill one last time for the summer, please reflect with me on how Chuck Colson described the dignity of work.

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Jonathan Edwards and the Call to Prayer - BreakPoint

Nobel laureate and Holocaust survivor Elie Weisel observed that the opposite of love is not hate, it’s indifference. Hopelessness, like so many of us feel amidst this perfect storm of pandemics, injustice, political unrest, and rioting, can lead us to indifference. After all, what can the typical person do about any of the crazy stuff going on these days

breakpoint.org Nobel laureate and Holocaust survivor Elie Weisel observed that the opposite of love is not hate, it’s indifference. Hopelessness, like so many of us feel amidst this perfect storm of pandemics, injustice, political unrest, and rioting, can lead us to indifference. After all, what can the typical ...

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Have We Lost Our Morality as a Culture, and Why?

Have We Lost Our Morality as a Culture, and Why?

Why is Netflix still going through with a series about young girl dancers?

Why are there no headlines about the successes of freed women and girls from sex trafficking?

John Stonestreet and Shane Morris talk about this and more from their weekly podcast discussing the stories of the week from a Christian worldview perspective.

You can also watch the full episode here, or listen from your favorite podcast app.

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Will Evangelicals Return to Church?

Stories from across the country reveal that even as church doors are opening once again, many evangelicals may not be returning to worship. What does that say about our understanding of worship, of church itself?

Also on today’s episode, stunning survey results about Christians’ approval of sex outside of marriage; tough and insightful questions to ask candidates for political office–for example: What are our most pressing problems, and whose job is it to solve them? Or, What is your definition of religious freedom and what is its place in our society?

They wrap up the episode talking about the passing of Chadwick Boseman, an outspoken Christian and star of “Black Panther” and “42,” NBA star Cliff Robinson, and legendary Georgetown U basketball coach John Thompson.

And don’t miss John and Shane’s recommendations for the coming week.

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Will Evangelicals Return to Church? - BreakPoint

Stories from across the country reveal that even as church doors are opening once again, many evangelicals may not be returning to worship. What does that say about our understanding of worship, of church itself?

Also on today's episode, stunning survey results about Christians' approval of sex outside of marriage; tough and insightful questions to ask candidates for political office--for example: What are our most pressing problems, and whose job is it to solve them? Or, What is your definition of religious freedom and what is its place in our society?

They wrap up the episode talking about the passing of Chadwick Boseman, an outspoken Christian and star of "Black Panther" and "42," NBA star Cliff Robinson, and legendary Georgetown U basketball coach John Thompson.

And don't miss John and Shane's recommendations for the coming week.

breakpoint.org John Stonestreet and Shane Morris react to the news of the week.

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One Man’s ‘Cultural Christianity’ Is Another Man’s Evanescent Grace - BreakPoint

"No, I won’t cheer the decline of cultural Christianity or even comfort myself with the prospect of a purer church, because I have some idea what a culture without Christianity looks like. And though God can and likely will use this hostile environment as a crucible to refine His people, who wants their kids in a crucible?"

breakpoint.org The argument that “cultural Christianity’s” unmasking is good news or even consolation rests on a shaky assumption

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Discussing Politics When Opinion is the New Religion - BreakPoint

"If you want to understand the vitriol found on social media posts regarding politics, you have to understand that in relegating faith to the periphery, secularism has inverted the old paradigm. Our opinions now have the onerous task of serving as roots while our faith has become a mere twig."

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Planned Parenthood Exposed Again for Selling Body Parts - BreakPoint

In new videos released by the Center for Medical Progress, the depths of the depravity of Planned Parenthood toward the unborn are exposed.

breakpoint.org In new videos released by the Center for Medical Progress, the depths of the depravity of Planned Parenthood toward the unborn are exposed.

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Abortion and Planned Parenthood Exposed - BreakPoint

The videos released last week add yet another dimension, showing these same Planned Parenthood executives forced, under oath, to watch the incriminating footage of themselves from 2015 and answer for what they said. It was an exercise in linguistic gymnastics.

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    Pikes Peak Electronics Engineering Pikes Peak Electronics Engineering
    272 S Academy Blvd
    Colorado Springs, 80910

    Pikes Peak Electronics Engineering, or P2E2, is a Makerspace devoted to the Do It Yourselfers and inventors with sustainability in mind.

    Front Range Youth Partners Front Range Youth Partners
    685 Citadel Dr E
    Colorado Springs, 80909

    Front Range Youth Partners, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) which supports youth empowerment in the Front Range region through Mentor COSprings.

    Colorado Springs Friends of NRA (FNRA) Colorado Springs Friends of NRA (FNRA)
    Hotel Elegante, 2886 S Circle Dr.,
    Colorado Springs, 80906

    Friends of NRA is an exciting grassroots fund-raising program that fosters community involvement, raises money and gives 100% of the net proceeds to qualified local, state and national programs.

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