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Rev. Ragsdale Goes to Congress: Time to Expose Counterfeit 'Christianity' Comments

Rev. Dr. Katherine Hancock Ragsdale is the "go to" witness these days for the radical abortion on demand lobby. She not only makes for good optics when she wears that clerical collar, she feigns outrage that anyone would attempt to stop any abortion for any reason. After all, she has now openly identified her position that abortion is a "blessing". She has the audacity to defend this position as consistent with the Christian faith she claims to ... Continue Reading

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  1. Teresa
    2 years ago

    Oh this is very sad. This woman does not even teach the will of God, which when practiced is a blessing. How many young women is she hurting forever when they buy into the lie she is selling. How many women or men will never know the joy of raising that remarkable child that was never meant to be because they werent planned yet they are here. Even Christ was an unplanned pregnancy. This woman needs many prayers to have a real relationship with God so she will understand what blessings really are.

  2. Blair
    2 years ago

    This is, indeed, tragic! But she is not alone as a Minion of Satan; Sen. Barbara Boxer, Sen. Dianne Feinstein, both of whom feign concern for the rights of all; Cecil Richards; the majority of the Democrats in the House, in particular, Nancy Pelosi-- now there is a real Catholic Christian; the Democratic Senate; the Supreme Court that legalized "death on demand;" Kathleen Sebelius--another true woman of God; and President Obama, who states he wants abortion to be rare but in the same breath requires everyone to pay for the services, making it much more likely for abortion to increase. By-the-by, he [the President] also lies to Cardinals!

    We must not forget all the other people who cooperate with this evil. Whether each is an agent of Satan or a pawn, we have to realize the moral formation of people is virtually non-existent and it does not appear that will change in the near future. People have shielded their eyes from seeing the truth: abortion kills a living, breathing human being, not a potential human being! And it is this message that, I feel, is not getting out. I only hear the one side; whereas the other side is simply "the religious trying to impose beliefs on the rest of us." It will, ultimately, be this "seeing" that changes the hearts and minds of everyone involved, with a good dose of moral formation thrown in.

  3. John
    2 years ago

    Katherine is a Disgrace to her church and to all christians. Her doctrine is Not christian at all, she created her own religion, a religion without principles.!!!!

  4. jeniffer
    2 years ago

    This makes me SICK!!!! Another thing that makes me ill is the article on: www.theblaze.com I read today. It was also on another site. Apparently the White House is organizing non-profits to get together on March 26 for the 3 days before the Supreme Court decision for a prayer meeting to gain support for the ruling of the Health Care mandate.

    It seems ironic one of the priests connected with Priests For Life a couple of weeks ago was arrested while he was praying. Since the White House is so concerned about separation of church & state it seems to me the ACLU needs to be contact (just being ironic).

  5. Christopher Michael
    2 years ago

    She IS anti-Christ.

  6. Rev. Joseph F. Geleney Jr.
    2 years ago

    This woman is either evil or terribly uninformed. To paraphrase Jesus on the cross, "May God forgive her, for she truly knows not what she is saying." I pray for her conversion.

  7. Beth
    2 years ago

    This is abhorrent. What an affront to women to suggest that the act of killing one's own child is a "blessing". Sure, it may provide temporary relief of an "inconvenience", but at what price? What does it profit a person to gain the entire world, and yet lose her own soul? Shame, shame, shame on these leaders who call themselves Christians.


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