Self-Acclaimed Christian Abortionist Makes Jarring Confession: “Abortion Kills a Human Being”


Abortion doctor, Will Parker, self-identifies as a Christian, but his pro-choice stance stands in startling contrast to his so-called “Christian values.”

While the typical argument abortionists use to justify their practice is that a fetus is not an actual human, Parker does not hold that to be true. In a debate with Mike Adams, a pro-life professor at the University of North Carolina, the doctor made a startling admission that he is, in fact, in the business of ending innocent human lives.

“It is wrong to kill an innocent human being, I agree,” Parker stated bluntly. “Abortion kills a human being, I agree.”

Created Equal, an anti-abortion organization, recorded the comments:

Professor Adams proceeded to ask Parker about specific details regarding the abortion process, namely “When you crush a human skull, it’s not really gray matter, it’s white brain matter that oozes out?”

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The doctor abruptly evaded the question with another question, responding “What’s your point? What does it matter?”

When Adams asked how many innocent human beings the abortionist has intentionally killed, he was uncertain but landed on an estimation of around 20,000.

So how does this man reconcile his murderous occupation with his Christian beliefs? 

According to Parker, his decision to become pro-abortion occurred after he listened to a speech by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

In an interview with Time, King explained “what made the Good Samaritan good.”

“In substance, what made that person good was to ask, ‘What will happen to this person if I don’t stop to help?’” said Parker of King’s sermon. “Well, I became more concerned about what happens to my patients when abortion care is not available than what might happen to me for providing the care.”

He also believes that the term “pro-life” is a misnomer because it’s really about being “anti-abortion” or “pro-abortion.”

“People who are anti-abortion are pro-fetus, but that often leads them to be against the lives of women,” the doctor argued. “To be pro-abortion, which I am, is not ‘abortion should happen because it’s a good thing.’ It’s not a good or a bad thing, it’s a biological reality.”

Parker seems to be able to separate his faith from his work in a way that baffles most, and he holds that religion and science must be approached separately:

“You can’t answer religious questions with scientific answers and you can’t answer scientific questions with religious answers.”

Kelsey Straeter
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