What is Abolitionism? The Two Modes

Every age has its evils.
Every age has its abolitionists.

As we seek the Abolition of Abortion, we also seek to honor Christ in this culture of death, and we have 2 modes by which we oppose this evil.

Agitation is one way to oppose the culture of death, and it is exactly what it sounds like: Shaking things up.

We seek to educate and inform, to expose this evil.
We do this in a variety of ways:

one on one conversations
social media
public declaration
holding signs
dropping cards
handing out literature

Our goal is to expose the truth where ever we go, whatever we do, as commanded in Ephesians 5:11
“Take no part in the unfruitful works of darkness, instead, expose them.”

To proclaim Christ to the culture at large, using the law as a schoolmaster, and exposing our national sin.
To call all men everywhere to repent, and turn to Christ.
To tell them that we need no longer be a slave to sin, but slaves to righteousness.

To help “the widows and orphans” in their time of need.
To care for “the least of these.”

This can be as simple as giving water to a thirsty neighbor, or as complex as coming alongside a woman who is in need, discipling her, helping to see that her needs are met, and loving her and her baby.

This can happen in a variety of ways, depending on the needs that we come into contact with, or are aware of.

Offering help and hope to the Moms entering
Offering help and hope to the Moms entering


What is Abolitionism?

Starting now, we will begin a seriesĀ  on what modern abolitionism is.

We will begin with the 2 modes, and the 5 tenets, expanding on each one.

The two modes of Abolitionism are:

The 5 tenets of Abolitionism are:

See Abolitionism Agitation in action: