WHAT?! Senator Kaine Compares Catholic Views on Abortion to Sharia Law, Says It Wouldn’t Be a ‘Primary Concern’ For Jesus

 


Senator Tim Kaine, who claims to be a Catholic, has compared the church’s teachings on abortion to Sharia Law.

In an op-ed for the far-left National Catholic Reporter, Kaine was arguing against bishops who want to withhold communion from Joe Biden over his radical abortion policies.

“Catholics in public life not only live according to church doctrine but additionally shape the law, even to include the threat of criminal prosecution and punishment, to enshrine church doctrine on sexuality as mandatory for all Americans is contrary to our basic liberty,” he wrote. “Why would government require that Catholic sexuality doctrine, or Sharia law, or Orthodox Jewish rules about Sabbath observance, be followed by all?”

He went on to claim that protecting the unborn would not be a primary concern for Jesus.

“No reading of the life of Jesus would suggest these issues as his primary, or even secondary, concern,” he states. “His towering message is about love of neighbor as oneself with a special focus on the poor, sick, hungry, marginalized.”

Breitbart News notes that contrary to his claim, a number of U.S. bishops have recently pointed out that Catholic opposition to abortion is important precisely because it seeks to defend the poorest and most marginalized members of society: the unborn.

“Abortion is the axe laid to the roots of the tree of human rights: when our culture encourages the violation of life at its youngest and most vulnerable condition, other ethical norms cannot stand for long,” San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone wrote in a recent pastoral letter. 

WHAT?! Senator Kaine Compares Catholic Views on Abortion to Sharia Law, Says It Wouldn’t Be a ‘Primary Concern’ For Jesus WHAT?! Senator Kaine Compares Catholic Views on Abortion to Sharia Law, Says It Wouldn’t Be a ‘Primary Concern’ For Jesus Reviewed by STATION GOSSIP on 08:37 Rating: 5

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