Episcopalian priest Katherine Hancock Ragsdale shows that she knows nothing about the Bible and probably has never even seen one.
The lesbian, abortion advocating priest has recently been appointed to serve as president and CEO of the National Abortion Fund.
“Abortion providers are some of my personal heroes and modern-day saints,” she said in a statement. “It is an honor to be able to serve and support NAF members as they provide [brain-sucking, heart-stopping, life-ending] health care.”
Ragsdale claims that the Bible doesn’t say anything condemning abortion.
Sure, the Bible doesn’t explicitly say anything against abortion. But there are countless verses expressing the sanctity of human life and that life begins in the womb. All you need to do to find this out is read the Bible. If you’re too lazy or an Episcopalian, here is an overview to give you what you need to know:
Alas, the Bible explicitly condemns homosexuality. So even if the Bible did explicitly say, “You shall not kill unborn children,” would Ragsdale really care?
Again, you just have to read the Bible to find out. But here’s another overview for you Episcopalians (yes, this is for you too, Mayor Pete).