Recently I had the pleasure to meet and talk with a very passionate young Christian lady, Georgia, who has written a story called “Sacred“. It is a story about the sacredness of human life regardless of where it comes from or how it is conceived. She is so passionate about this she has thrown herself into it with other like-minded souls to make this full length feature film—a dramatised saga of the events in the life of young 16-year old girl called Jade. And Georgia, and her crew, are doing it on the back of the “smell of an oily rag.” All actors are trained actors but volunteers; the support staff are all volunteering their time. But they need support. These sort of films need money for non-labour costs that are only provisioned that way. I asked Georgia how she supports herself, and she said she works in MacDonald’s. Like the Apostle Paul she is ‘tent making’ but there are significant production costs. It is a film designed to change lives—to change the culture.
Georgia told me that something like 65 babies are murdered daily in Victoria. They can legally be killed any time up to birth in Victoria and Tasmania. My understanding is that in all Eastern states of Australia they can be killed any time prior to birth. The horror has gone out of it in this desensitized culture. We are told we are the product of blind evolution, so those unborn babies are only a bunch of cells—just some tissue they say.
This YouTube video shows a baby, less than the size of an adult hand, with recognisable parts, still alive after an abortion. How is that not murder?
So who decides truth? Is it relativism–anyone who can? Follow naturalism, uniformitarianism, and ‘deep time’ and they lead to the big lie of Darwinian evolution. That was the beginning in the Western world—once with a biblical culture—of the decay in our society. Now it is legal to kill babies as long as they have not taken a breath of air and are not fully delivered from the birth canal. Reminds me of the Romans who would leave their children, especially baby girls, on the walls of the city for the wild animals to devour. After that came the fall of the Roman Empire.