My 10 year old son came home from Sunday School a few weeks ago and told me that they discussed "taking care of the environment" in their class. I gave up on fighting such things a good while back.
It is difficult to fight some things, like the mixing of the religion of environmentalism with the religion of Christianity. I can imagine it now. "What's wrong with conserving resources?" Or: "Are you FOR polluting the planet?" Can you see how easy it is to create a strawman out my unwillingness to turn Sunday School classes into another venue for anti-Christian Environmentalism?
That's why I love this commercial. It portrays a warm pro-life theme that the most caustic and murderous abortion advocate of them all would not dare challenge. (though I would be surprised if the management of Publix are anything but pro-abort liberals)
Hat tip Neil
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