• MORAL SUASION

    HISTORICAL ABOLITIONISM The first Abolitionists were the first Christians. Though they did not employ the term “Abolitionist,” the earliest followers of Christ certainly engaged in the work of “removing grave evils.” As they spread out in the ancient world proclaiming the gospel of Jesus Christ, they consistently set themselves in bold opposition to their culture’s …

  • THE “AHA” SYMBOL

    One of the primary difficulties in raising awareness about the atrocity of abortion in our culture is the fact that most people are simply too concerned with their own personal peace and comfort to make discussion of abortion part of their daily life. Most people, even “prolife” people, are far too socially insecure, sensitive, and …

  • TWO MODES OF ABOLITIONISM

    Abolitionists must make every effort to engage equally in works of assistance and agitation. In this we simultaneously fulfill our servanthood mandate to be salt with our prophetic mandate to be light. ASSISTANCE: Helping the helpless; Caring for the Abandoned and fatherless; Practicing “True Religion”; Showing Compassion for those caught up in the culture of death; …

  • FIVE PRINCIPLE TENETS OF ABOLITIONISM

    As we reignite the Abolitionist Movement in America today, we are building it on the following five principles. 1. BIBLICAL We strive to provoke a clash of absolutes between the truth revealed in God’s Word and the worldly wisdom of man. Rather than leaving the Bible out of our engagements, we are determined to have …