The banner was placed on the 63-foot-tall statue in Eureka, Arkansas by a clownish group called "Indecline," which is described as an "Activist Art Collective." The group posted pictures of the banner, including pictures of people rappelling from the statue in order to hang the banner, on their Instagram.
They explained the "art" at length in the caption, but this excerpt really sums up the confusing theology of the pro-abortion argument:
"We think Jesus would understand the concept of a difficult decision. He supposedly had to make a few of them and understood sacrifice very intimately. The Christ of the Ozarks is visible from miles away, so we just treated it like a billboard. We aren't necessarily "pro-choice" or "anti-life," those terms are double-speak. We just think abortion is a g****** miracle worth celebrating.
Comparing Jesus' sacrificial death to sacrificing a child in an abortion is a little odd, but ok.
Personally, I'm glad the group is refusing to call themselves pro-choice because at least now people can see through those doublespeak terms and realize that abortion is the only choice that the pro-choice left cares about. Activist groups like this one are making that very clear.
According to the Christian Post,
Kent Butler, director of operations at The Great Passion Play, the Christian organization that manages the Christ of the Ozarks statue, told The Christian Post that he hopes the political message Indecline tried to portray will instead turn people's attention to Jesus.
While the stunt is disheartening to see, maybe this is what people need to see in order to wake up to the reality that pro-choice means pro-abortion and nothing less.
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