Whoa there, you are running off the rails and making no sense.<quoted text>
Horse manure. The large majority of Americans are dumbfounded to believe their priests, ministers, pastors, and politicians.
Does the name David Koresch mean anything to you? How about Jim Bakker? How many people died in Waco as a result of some whacko? How many people took 2nd and 3rd mortgages on their homes, and then lost everything, just to give it to a fraud who's now in prison?
The people of Mississippi are stupid to think they can deny a woman her right to an abortion, simply because they disagree with it being used as "birth control" as you say. They're not only wrong, they're selfish. And since the majority of them are Southern Baptist, they're also sinning and/or endorsing sin. To rebel against the law of the land is to rebel against god.
That's what your bible means when it says " whatever you bind on earth will be bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth will be loosed in heaven." Matthew 18:18.
Now, what's going to be your comeback; that I'm cherry picking and citing bible verses out of context????
This measure is a deliberate attempt to do two things; 1- deprive a physician from making a living and 2- deprive a woman from her constitutionally protected right, simply because of what some preacher says. The same preachers who choose to disregard Hosea 13:16, in its literal meaning, by finding ways to circumvent it through moronic interpretations that don't even rival the intelligence of a 1 year old.
What do Koresh and Bakker have to do with the conversation?
You are mixing your Bible verses and misconstuing the meaning.
God warns not to follow the prevailing culture in Deut. 12:30-31.
Again not sure what your point is with Matt.