In August, the Satanic Temple admitted proudly that, in its belief system, an abortion is a religious ritual similar to communion or baptism for Christians.
Blogger’s comment: The pagan ritual of child sacrifice dates back to biblical times. See Voices for Life Blog that recounts the history and God’s punishment of His chosen people for adopting this demonic practice. There is no difference between the ancient pagan rituals of child sacrifice and killing babies in the womb at Planned Parenthood.
Miciah Bilger of Life News reports on a Texas lawsuit filed by Satinists claiming they have a religious right to abort babies.
Texas is a new target of the Satanic Temple and its plans to challenge pro-life laws based on the notion that aborting an unborn baby is a “religious right.”
This month, funded, in part, by the abortion of an unborn baby that it raffled off in August, the satanic group filed a lawsuit arguing that Texas informed consent laws violate its members’ religious freedom, The Dallas Observer reports.
Texas requires abortion facilities to provide informed consent information to women at least 24 hours prior to doing the abortion. This includes requiring abortion facilities to do an ultrasound and share the unborn baby’s image with the mother as well as provide an informational packet about the abortion, fetal development, abortion risks and resources for parenting and adoption.
The lawsuit, filed on behalf of an anonymous Texas member who is pregnant, alleges these laws violate her religious beliefs. The Satanic Temple also asserts that an abortion is a “religious right.”
“I’m particularly interested to see how your a—— Attorney General Ken Paxton replies to this because he likes to march around the nation taking issue with other states’ issues,” spokesperson Lucien Greaves said. “If he’s not trying to sue them for not electing his preferred president, he’s often releasing press releases about the state of religious liberty in other states and what he feels should be done. He likes to use the language of religious liberty, where it seems to me quite obvious he means religious privilege for a specific viewpoint.”
In August, the Satanic Temple admitted proudly that, in its belief system, an abortion is a religious ritual similar to communion or baptism for Christians. That same month, it raffled off a free abortion to raise money for its planned lawsuits.
The “abortion ritual” affirms “choice” and removes shame and guilt, Greaves told the Observer.