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Pastor Steve Wohlberg

A Jewish Christian from Los Angeles, Pastor Steve Wohlberg is the Speaker/ Director of White Horse Media (Priest River, ID) and the host of Bible Talks with Steve Wohlberg. A prolific writer and much in-demand speaker, he is the author of over 40+ books and has conducted Bible prophecy seminars throughout North America and overseas. He has been featured on three History Channel documentaries (Nostradamus Effect: Secrets of the Seven Seals; Armageddon Battle Plan; Strange Rituals: Apocalypse) and has spoken by special invitation inside the Pentagon and U.S. Senate. He currently lives in Priest River, Idaho, with his wife Kristin and their two children, Seth Michael and Abigail Rose.

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  1. Sharon Al-Haddad
    May 10, 2022 @ 9:22 am

    In regard to the argument against legalized abortion. I haven’t read the book, so I don’t know if he uses a Biblical argument against abortion or a strictly
    moral reasoning, however, there are many serious issues with prohibiting all abortion and with the ideal of holding others responsible for a decision to abort. The real possibility exists that medical delays in abortion will result in not only the loss of the child but also the life of the mother.

    First, only in Jeremiah does God Himself make a statement concerning a child’s time in the womb. This was specific to Jeremiah and not generally applicable to the general human population. In fact in Genesis, if we believe that God guided Moses in establishing rules of law, the death of a fetus was considered on par with the loss of an animal. But the loss of a woman was considered of greater value. Yes, there are many verses in which life in the womb is mentioned, but always by persons who believed that God had chosen them from conception and even guided their growth in the womb. But since God knows the beginning from the ending, does it make sense that He would especially guide the growth of an embryo which he knew would grow to be evil (a rapist, killer, etc)? And then how do we explain the value placed on a lost child?

    Further, we have cases of women arrested and imprisoned not for deliberate abortion of a child but for the death of her baby resulting from an accident, abuse, or miscarriage. It seems there may be a prohibition of abortion in many US states against abortion for any reason, including incest, rape, or medical necessity to save the mother.

    In the 80s I was “on the fence”, uncertain, about the question. I just knew I couldn’t abort a baby just because it was an accidental conception. Then a case occurred which changed that. A terrible accident occurred in which a pregnant mother was seriously injured. She had a loving husband and two small children. The doctor’s told the husband they could only save one. He chose his wife. A group of anti-abortion activists filed suit to force him to choose the baby. They lost in the end, but the delay could have cost the poor man both his wife and his unborn child and the living children their mother.

    God has given us free will. It is not the Christian’s job to take that away as long as it doesn’t harm others. In the case of abortion rights whose free will is lost? I decided in the early eights that it is not my right or the state’s right to tell a person by mandate how they have to live.

    I applaud your effort to guide women to making a choice you and I might deem the right one. But we are not walking in that person’s shoes.

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