I will never agree with Tomi Lahren on her stance on abortion. I respect the way she makes her argument on abortion regarding limited government. She is the not first libertarian right-leaning person to make a so-called pro-choice. Longtime respected talk show host Neal Boortz (who did talk radio in Atlanta for many years before taking his show to national syndication in his final years of his career) took a pro-choice stance on abortion.
For a while, I was pro-abortion in the thinking of Boortz. Now I honestly and respectfully disagree with Boortz. Supporting abortion rights eventually will fold because too many that support abortion are not limited government types. They need to government to eventually head for its endgame, especially downright promoting of death.
I don’t totally agree with Kevin Swanson on this podcast regarding Lahren, but I do agree that biology contrary to what Lahren says that the baby in the womb of the mother is a totally different person. I also agree that bad doctrine does eventually corrupt an institution.
Can somebody be a conservative Christian and still be pro-abortion? We take a look at a Pro-abort Tomi Lahren and her recent convocation speech for Liberty University. Also, studies find husbands whose wives retain their maiden names are perceived to be lacking the pants (and disempowered). Are Christians concerned with empowerment or disempowerment? We are more interested in unity, that no person do anything that would separate the two which God has made one.
Kevin Swanson also explains why women should take the name of her husband. Nothing about power but everything about serving Jesus Christ, and roles that God himself set up. It is all about Family Identity. Swanson is also an advocate for home-based/family economics which can truly challenge the modern corporate world (and the State) and points it out as has before in this respected podcast.
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