Charlie Kirk & various commenters #wingnut #fundie

( Charlie Kirk )
Evangelicals need to seriously reevaluate how they talk about and treat Catholics. Look at the Supreme Court—it was courageous, faithful Catholics that delivered the end of Roe. Spirit-filled Christians should be thankful for such clear moral teaching and bold action.

( @DanielofSmyrna )
Just because they uphold the constitution doesn't mean they are right on the Gospel or even church history. They are allies but yet again not inheritors of the kingdom of God. And I'm talking about Roman catholics not protestant catholics.

( @donaldmoss )
The Left needs to be careful how they talk about and treat MAGA Christians lest they find themselves fighting against God Himself.

( @MadHatterOne )
I agree..but, we have not stopped abortion. Now the States have the responsibility to end it.

( @BeckieLynn )
It was also courageous, faithful evangelicals who fought for 49 years to get us to the point where the Catholics at SCOTUS could overturn Roe. I'm convinced that, had they been evangelical Protestants, the result would have been the same. The pro-life tent is big, and that's very good. However, when it comes to eternal life, "Enter ye in at the strait gate: for wide is the gate, and broad is the way, that leadeth to destruction, and many there be which go in thereat: Because strait is the gate, and narrow is the way, which leadeth unto life, and few there be that find it." The words of Jesus in Matthew 7:13-14. I have a habit of believing what Jesus says.

( @rainincatsndogs )
I disagree. It was the Constitution. And yes, the Constitution and Bill of Rights were written based on Christian values. Neither one suggests women will have the "right" to murder their babies.

( @ShemCock )
Catholics teach a different gospel other than the clear doctrine of justification by faith through grace in Christ expounded in Holy Scripture. While I applaud their pro-life stance, they are not Christian in doctrine. Sola Scriptura!



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