Quoting Quiverfull: Birth Control Pills Kill Babies?

quotingquiverfullby Steven L. Anderson from Faithful Word Baptist Church – Why Birth Control is Wrong

Editor’s note: I don’t know if I should laugh or be jaw-dropped over the fact that Anderson clearly has no real scientific idea how birth control pills actually work. They don’t ‘kill babies’, the ones on the market now prevent the egg from ever leaving the ovary so that there cannot even be a fertilized egg must less a baby. The older pills prevented implantation of fertilized eggs. But an egg is not a baby, a long way from it. We’ve moved past that. Too bad his science knowledge has not.

The number one most commonly used method of birth control today and these are statistics from 2010 and 2013 from the Guttmacher Institute is the pill, and in fact four out of five women had used the pill as contraceptive, and I’m going to demonstrate for you and explain to you right now, first of all before I get into the rest of the sermon that birth control pills cause silent abortions. If you are taking birth control pills, you are inadvertently literally killing your children. Remember this is the most commonly used birth control method.

Before we get into the subject from the bible of whether birth control is right or wrong, let me just start out by saying that the most commonly used, the most popular method of birth control, the one that four out of five women have used. The one that is 28% of women who use birth control are using it right now is a pill that will literally cause your unborn children to die. Now let me explain to you why that is and then we’ll move on.

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