Apologizing for past shameful behavior is not easy. Nevertheless, believe it or not, we have hard evidence that our Adventist leaders did apologize for the church’s highly questionable behavior.
What did our leaders apologize for? Did they apologize for the shameful fact that our church began to profit from elective abortions back in 1970 following Pastor Neal Wilson’s public announcement that our church was embracing the pro-choice position on abortion? Not a chance!
Did they apologize for the fact that thousands of innocent unborn children were killed in some of our Adventist medical institutions with impunity? Not a chance!
Did they apologize for our Loma Linda University abandonment of the Hippocratic Oath which contained a so called “Do No Harm” provision that protected unborn children from both poisoning and dismemberment? Not a chance!
Did they apologize for our silence on the issue of abortion while the dreadful genocide of the unborn continues to decimate our population in defiance of God’s Law that forbids the killing of innocent human beings? Not a chance!
Did they apologize for refusing to speak on behalf of those who cannot speak for themselves while condemning lesser crimes against humanity like the sexual abuse of children? Not a chance!
Did they apologize for creating a document known as “Guidelines on Abortion” that justifies abortion under a variety of circumstances including when a pregnancy results from rape, incest, or when an unwanted pregnancy begins to affect the mental health of the pregnant woman? Not a chance!
So what did our Adventist leaders apologize for and when did this surprising event take place?
This public apology did not take place in the United States but rather in Europe. A few years ago the leaders of our Adventist Church in Germany and Austria issued a joint statement indicating that the church was sorry for our Adventist collaboration with the Nazi regime under the presidency of Adolph Hitler while the genocide of the Jews was taking place.
As you can see, history is being repeated. This time the victims of the genocide are not the members of the Jewish race, but rather the member of a large groups of human beings: the unborn; and again, our Adventist leaders are silent while the mass slaughter is taking place in our midst.
We do openly condemn the sexual abuse of children, which is a minor offense when compared with the poisoning and killing of innocent unborn children, but are purposely silent regarding the greater offense against our Creator: the murder of the unborn.
Should we not apologize for this great sin against humanity and against God? I believe we should do so ASAP. If we do, God is gracious and willing to forgive, but if we refuse to repent of this great evil, we will become morally irrelevant like others who have made the same mistake.
The Lord issued the following order to Prophet Isaiah at a time when the sixth commandment was being violated by God’s chosen people with impunity:
“Lift up your voice like a trumpet; Tell My people their transgression, And the house of Jacob their sins. [Isaiah 58:1]
In fulfillment of this divine order, I have made my second book on abortion—“Murder in Paradise”—available on the Internet and you can read it free of charge. I am doing this for the sake of the unborn and thus forfeiting the right to recover the huge investment of time and finances into this major project. Here is the link:
Note: Please let others know of this unusual opportunity!