Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Birth Control: How Did We Get Here? Movie Review!

Like guitar strings breaking one by one, the adoption and proliferation of birth control has damaged the once strong chord of the family.

Watching the movie Birth Control:  How Did We Get Here?  I was amazed at the timeline of events starting with the Dominion mandate in Genesis 1:28 up to the present.  There's a lot of information presented on the journey of the present state of mind on Birth Control.

Everyone knows what part Stalin, Hitler and Mussolini played in history, but do you know that there's a forth villain belonging to this set that played a huge role in impacting the church, marriage and family?  Her name is Margaret Sanger, founder of The Birth Control Federation of America later sanitized to the name Planned Parenthood

Starting in the 1800's, Eugenics, and Racial Purification begin to bubble.  From authors Thomas Malthus to Francis Galton, Margaret Sanger begins to add their ideology to her own Marxist/Socialist beliefs on militant and free sexual exploration.

"Our objective is unlimited sexual gratification without the burden of unwanted children." - Margaret Sanger

Expressing her hatred of the church and a free society:

"Undermine the authority of the Christian churches "who" looks forward to seeing humanity free someday of the tyranny of Christianity no less than Capitalism."  - Margaret Sanger

No wonder Hitler admired her!

Sanger also knew that Christianity could not be destroyed without first destroying the family.

Are some of the pieces finally starting to click in your mind?

Sanger's affect on society definitely influenced the church's leaning on the subject of birth control.  It took 1900 years, but in the 1960's, the church changed its' official position on this subject.

It's no wonder that so many in the church have this same view today on birth control and Planned Parenthood.  This documentary plainly shows the deception of Planned Parenthood upon the family and is an eye opener for all!


Disclaimer:
I received a copy of this DVD free of charge in exchange for an honest review.

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