The Abortion Matrix: Defeating Child Sacrifice and the Culture of Death
A riveting update of the pro-life classic “The Massacre of Innocence – explores the spiritual roots of the modern form of child- sacrifice we call “abortion.”
“… I was stunned by the historical and biblical presentation of blood guilt and who is most responsible for the abortion holocaust savaging our land. The truth it reveals is horribly convicting, and the solution it gives surprisingly and wonderfully simple. Abortion will come to an end in America when the Church of Jesus Christ makes up her mind it will come to an end, and not one second sooner.” Flip Benham – Founder, Operation Save America
Is there a connection between pagan religion and the abortion industry?
This powerful presentation traces the biblical roots of child sacrifice and then explores the social, political and cultural fall-out this sin against God and crime against humanity has produced in our amoral, increasingly pagan society.
Conceived as a sequel and update to the 1988 classic, The Massacre of Innocence, the new title, The Abortion Matrix, is entirely fitting. It not only references abortion’s specific target ─ the sacred matrix where human beings are formed in the womb in the very image of God ─ but it also implies the existence of a conspiracy, a matrix of seemingly disparate forces that are driving this holocaust.
The occult activity surrounding the abortion industry is exposed with numerous examples. But are these just aberrations, bizarre yet anomalous examples of abortionists who just happen to have ties to modern day witchcraft? Or is this representative of something deeper, more sinister and even endemic to the entire abortion movement?
As the allusion to the film of over a decade ago suggests, the viewer may learn that things are not always as they appear to be. The Abortion Matrix reveals the reality of child-killing and strikes the proper moral chord to move hearts to fulfill the biblical responsibility to rescue those unjustly sentenced to death and to speak for those who cannot speak for themselves (Proverbs 24:11,12; 31:8,9).
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