Same Leftists who say vaccines promote the “greater good” now insist that ABORTION is a “moral good” for society

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A rabid feminist and “Christian social ethicist” by the name of Rebecca Todd Peters recently hosted a lecture at Emory University in Georgia, where she tried to make the case that abortion is somehow a “moral good” for American society. Entitled, “Reframing Choice: Abortion as a Moral Good,” Peters’ lecture focused on the “right” of women to murder their unborn children, and blamed “racism” and the “patriarchy” for “judging and shaming” women over abortion – but presumably has no problem with forcing everyone to get vaccinated for the “greater good.” “The starting point of our ethical conversation should be women’s lives, [yet] the problem that we face in this country is our failure to trust women to act as rational, capable, reasonable moral agents,” Peters, who works as a professor of “Religious Studies” at Elon University in North Carolina, writes in her book, Trust Women: A Progressive Christian Argument for Reproductive Justice. For more related news, be sure to check out

Peters claims there’s “nothing Christian” about being pro-life

Peters has made the news before, including back in 2018 when she published a column on Elon’s website suggesting that there’s “nothing Christian” about being pro-life. Entitled, “Trusting Women to Make Abortion Decisions is a Christian Norm,” Peters’ column laments that women shouldn’t have to “justify” their decision to murder their unborn children, adding that it’s somehow anti-Christian to force women “to continue pregnancies against their will.” Sponsored solution from the Health Ranger Store: Lab-verified Nascent Iodine solution is a dietary supplement that provides your body with supplemental iodine to help protect your thyroid during radiation exposure. Nuclear accidents such as Fukushima (or nuclear war) can expose your body to radioactive iodine-131, a dangerous radioisotope. Pre-loading your system with stable iodine occupies the iodine receptor sites on your organs, causing your body to naturally expel radioactive iodine you may have been exposed to through air, food, water or milk products. This defensive strategy is recommended by nearly all health authorities, worldwide, including the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Discover more at this link. An ordained “minister” within the Presbyterian Church USA, Peters holds a Master of Divinity (Mdiv) degree in “Christian Social Ethics” from Union Theological Seminary in New York. “If we truly value women and healthy families, we must accept that ‘I do not want to have a baby’ is an imminently appropriate reason to end a pregnancy,” Peters’ column goes on to say. “And we must trust that pregnant women are the only ones who are capable of making these decisions.”

Emory University gleefully sponsored Peters’ seminar on how abortion is supposedly a “Christian value”

Peters was not only invited to speak at Emory on her “Christian” support for abortion, but the university’s “Center for Women at Emory” and “Emory Reproductive Health Association” also both contributed financially to make it happen. In a statement to Campus Reform, Peters explained that her lecture would focus on “reframing the public conversation about abortion in this country” – mainly pushing the ridiculous and blasphemous idea that Jesus Christ is somehow in support of women irresponsibly getting pregnant, then proceeding to murder their unborn children. “My hope for the lecture is that it will generate a respectful and productive conversation about abortion and reproductive justice,” Peters added in a statement.

Campus Republicans chastise Emory for using students’ tuition money to fund Peters’ blasphemous lecture

In responding to the event, Emory College Republicans told Campus Reform that its members were deeply disappointed in Emory’s decision to support Peters’ lecture, especially since the school would more than likely never support an opposing event featuring a speaker giving a lecture on how abortion is murder, and is 100 percent anti-Christian in every way. “Emory GOP, of course, is very disappointed in the university’s overt decision to support this event,” a group spokesperson said in a statement. “However, we do respect the right … to speak about this topic.” “We actually have a few members that are going to the event to ask questions and encourage an important dialogue on the disastrous implications of this speaker’s message.” The Leftist death cult, of which Peters is a member, is anything but Christian or moral. Be sure to check out this article to learn more about the deeply Satanic implications of the pro-abortion movement. Sources for this article include: