Posted by: adventlife | December 12, 2016

Blood Money in the Treasury, by Nic Samojluk


The chief priests picked up the coins and said, “It is against the law to put this into the treasury, since it is blood money.” …” [Matthew 27:6]

My Question: Should La Sierra University [LSU] & Loma Linda University [LLU] follow the example set by Judas and return the blood money received from Dr. Edward C Allred–a 1964 graduate from LLU–the most successful California unborn child serial killer in the history of California, who became a millionaire thanks to his profit from abortion and gambling and who donated a portion of this blood money both to LSU and LLU?

I think they should! I have two reasons for this: First, the Adventist policy regarding gambling is clearly stated below:

SDA Official Statement on Gambling

“Seventh-day Adventists have consistently opposed gambling as it is incompatible with Christian principles. It is not an appropriate form of entertainment or a legitimate means of raising funds. …

Gambling violates Christian principles of stewardship. God identifies work as the appropriate method for gaining material benefit; not the playing of a game of chance while dreaming to gain at the expense of others. …

Gambling is addictive. The addictive quality of gambling is clearly incompatible with a Christian lifestyle. …

The Seventh-day Adventist Church rejects gambling as defined above and will not solicit nor accept funding that is clearly derived from gambling.” [emphasis provided]


My question is: Aren’t both LLU and LSU Adventist institutions? If the firm policy of the Adventist Church is not to “solicit nor accept funding that is clearly derived from gambling,: how come both of these schools did accept funds derived from gambling?

My second reason both LSU and LLU should refund the funds donated to these Adventist institutions is that the primary source of those funds was the killing of innocent unborn children, and according to the Good Book “blood money” should not be used for sacred purposes.

The chief priests picked up the coins and said, “It is against the law to put this into the treasury, since it is blood money.” …” [Matthew 27:6]

From Rags to Riches

Dr. Edward C Allred’s original plan was to become an Adventist evangelist, but later on he switched his career to medicine. He graduated from Loma Linda University in 1964 and three years later he established his private practice with such success that in a reasonable short time he expanded his abortion services to over twenty clinics.

He used his time so effectively that on average he would spend no more than five minutes with each patient. Here is how Allred’s amazing success was described by an “OCWEEKLY” reporter some decades ago:

“In 1980, he claimed to have personally aborted 250,000 fetuses during the previous 12 years. …

Family Planning Associates clinics are “California’s leading provider” of abortions.

Make no mistake: abortion has been very good to Allred. After a two-year stint as an Army doctor, he began his private practice in 1967 with a “negative net worth.” Today he owns several exclusive mansions, a fleet of expensive cars and jets, Rolling A Ranches in Nevada, and New Mexico’s prestigious Ruidoso Downs racecourse, where slot-machine gambling is legal.

To protect himself from anti-abortion zealots in the past, he reportedly has traveled with a 16-member security force. In 1989, Allred parlayed his fortune into partial ownership of the $47 million Los Alamitos Race Course in Cypress. This February, the quarter-horse aficionado (he stables more than 400 of them) announced that he had bought out his last major partner to become sole owner of the lucrative racetrack, which takes in more than $1 million in bets daily.

Allred has not kept his abortion and gambling fortune to himself. …”


Yes, Dr. Allred was very generous in sharing a good portion of his profit both from abortion and gambling with worthy causes, and two of the institutions that became the recipient of a portion of his fortune were LLU and LSU.

There is clear evidence of this in both of these schools. At LSU, you can find the “Edward C. Allred Center” located in the School of Business and at the LLU campus you will find Dr. Allred’s plaque among the list of the most distinguished donors

For additional information dealing with the life and work of this notorious benefactor, click on the following link.

La Sierra University’s Edward C. Allred Center honors notorious abortionist


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