The abortion debate has recently intensified since states have signed more extreme bills regarding the highly controversial issue. Pro-lifers have rejoiced with states like Alabama, in which governors are signing some form of a “heartbeat bill” — banning abortions once a heartbeat is detected. On the other side of the political spectrum, states like Vermont and New York signed bills that allow abortions up until birth for any reason.
Many Hollywood names have come out in support of the extreme pro-choice movement. Sixty-year-old singer Madonna, also known as the “Queen of Pop,” is the latest star to publicly support abortion. During a recent interview, the “Like a Prayer” singer made an extremely absurd statement about Jesus Christ and abortion, reported Breitbart.
“Let’s talk about Jesus’ point of view about women,” Madonna said in the interview discussing the Pope and the Catholic Church. “Let’s talk about it. What do you really think he thought of women?”
“Don’t you think Jesus would agree that a woman has the right to choose what to do with her body? I think he would be open to having that conversation with me,” the singer stated.
Franklin Graham, the son of legendary Rev. Billy Graham, put Madonna in her place.
“Madonna says that the Author of Life, Jesus Christ, would approve of the destruction of life through abortion,” Graham said in a heated Facebook post. “That’s absurd!”
“I’m sorry that Madonna and others who believe the way she does are so misled. They must not understand that one day God will hold them accountable,” he stated boldly. “To stand before a Holy God with the blood of the unborn on your hands is a frightening thought.”
Graham revealed, “Our only hope is to repent of our sins and put our faith and trust in Jesus Christ, our Creator and the giver of life.”
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In other recent news, the lead singer of a Grammy-nominated music group sadly passed away following complications with Parkinson’s Disease.