James Dobson Says Republicans Betrayed Christians by Funding Planned Parenthood

(Worthy News) - Prominent evangelical leader James Dobson has voiced his disapproval with Republicans in Congress for passing a spending bill that he considers to be a "betrayal" to those who voted for them.

Dobson, the founder of Focus on the Family and Family Talk radio, issued a statement on Wednesday condemning the Republican establishment for passing a $1.3 trillion omnibus bill that still provides over $500 million in funding to the nation's largest abortion chain.

"In passing the very immoral Omnibus spending bill, the Republican establishment in both the House and the Senate has betrayed those who put them in office in the first place," the 81-year-old Dobson argued. "While there are multiple reasons for which conservatives should take issue with such a bill, Christians specifically should be outraged by the inclusion, once again, of half a billion dollars in taxpayer funding for the country's number one abortion provider, Planned Parenthood." [ Source: Christian Post (Read More...) ]

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2 thoughts on “James Dobson Says Republicans Betrayed Christians by Funding Planned Parenthood”

  1. Dr. James Dobson betrayed the very Christ he pretends to advance. The same as Catholic Pope pretend to advance the gospel of the one true Christ (Messiah). Dobson criticizing the Republican party surely is "the pot calling the kettle 'black.'"

    Like the Catholic popes he spouts "Jesus" and the gospel story, while making slaves instead. The "good news" which Dr. James Dobson sells, worldwide now, is that we can all go and pay some (Christian?) psychologist/counselor for "love." Talking it out and learning psycho tactics will cure us. Wanna bet? With Dr. James Dobson's help, the divorce and depression rates inside of Christianity have risen to the same as in secular society. The homelessness of "Christian" youth does likewise. "You get what you pay for," idolatry.

    Sigmund Freud wrote The Future of an Illusion, in 1927. The English version was published in 1928 and you can access it at the Library of Congress, online. In it, Freud writes, on pg.14 ..."No mention has yet been made of what is perhaps the most important item in the psychical inventory of a civilization. This consists in its religious ideas in the widest sense — in other words (which will be justified later) in its illusions."

    Sigmund Freud loved to hate Religion. He and Carl Jung (whom he later parted from because Jung decided to recognize spiritual needs), with the rest of his cronies who helped him invent the new baby/treatment they then named "Psychoanalysis" met once a week to spout their hatred and create a belief system based on all the known (up to them) workable Philosophies, to replace "all the world's major monotheistic religions." That means to replace Christianity. And Judaism. Also it was devised to Islam also. What is so shameful about Dr. James Dobson is that he knows all of this, and has made a way to make a killing off of his Psychology degrees anyway, by sucking in every Christian and Church he could. The only other comparable "fleecing of the flock" known to man on such a scale is with the Catholic Churches, worldwide. This is because Dobson didn't have to invent a church that keep replicating itself and try to take it mainstream (as the Mormons or JW's have done). No, he simply co-opted every church and congregation, fellowship, and (women's esp) Bible Study they could. "Focus on the Family" simply road the airwaves straight into every Christian and secular home, bypassing 90% of the Pastors and their boards, until it was too late. Rush Limbaugh saw and learned and the Christian radio Talk Shows were born.

    It is worth mentioning that "Doctor" James Dobson wasn't even an ordained minister, of any faith, the entire time he was building and then putting into action "Focus on the Family." For all intends and purposes he was acting as a prophet to Christianity, first in the USA, then (now) worldwide. As of Jan. 23, 2008, the Toronto Star published a retraction,
    saying, " James Dobson, founder and chair of Focus on the Family, is not an ordained minister. He was incorrectly referred to as a reverend in a Jan. 13 review of the documentary For the Bible Tells Me So . The Star regrets the error." Dr. Dobson refuses to admit he is a prophet, false or otherwise, and yet isn't even a pastor. Why does anyone listen to him? That is the question that needs answering. Why?

    To be fair, it is true that much of present day Judaism is equally at fault within their groups and congregation likewise. To both groups shame, it was only when Psychological thought and its doctrines tried to take hold within Islam that "all hell broke loose" against the invading faith (Psychology).

    On Pgs.17-18 of Freud's "The Future of an Illusion" (illusion in this context means" "religion" to Freud) he says, "But man's helplessness remains and along with it his longing for his father, and the gods. The gods retain their threefold task: they must exorcize the terrors of nature, they must reconcile men to the cruelty of Fate, particularly as it is shown in death, and they must compensate them for the sufferings and privations which a civilized life in common has imposed on them."

    Freud's own definition of "the illusion" is religions. Primarily the one he was raised in Judaism as well as the one Carl Jung (a former intimate in creating Psychoanalysis) was raised in, Christianity and Catholicsim which had (up to then) persecuted both. Likewise, he means (esp) the other monotheistic faith, Islam. However, he certainly doesn't stop with just those three. "The Future of an Illusion" is one big diatribe against Religions, plural.

    James Dobson knows he error and yet, still promotes, to this day Psycho-heresy in the place of godly wisdom which the bible says in 1Cor2:6-7 (NIV), "We do, however, speak a message of wisdom among the mature, but not the wisdom of this age or of the rulers of this age, who are coming to nothing. 7 No, we declare God’s wisdom, a mystery that has been hidden and that God destined for our glory before time began."

    That wisdom is not merely (the awesomeness) that Christ has come. It is a wisdom for living "in Christ" here on this earth, also. Just as "calling upon the Name of the Lord" is an instruction for daily living, not simply as the "how to" get to heaven at the end of living here on this earth.

    Advancing the practice that Christians should pay for "Christian Counseling" is like unto advancing men seek the "love" of prostitutes! When all that is needed is for any of us to ask for, and receive, God's own wisdom for the dealing of the problems of living on this earth and/or dealing with others. God promised to give His wisdom freely, if only we Ask!

    Sure, it is fine to seek the "counsel" of elders within ones religious community, assuming it is godly counsel (advice) one will then obtain.

    "Talk therapy" aka Psychoanalysis needs nothing more (or less) than someone caring/listening to do it's good, if indeed that's what the problem needs. Some issues in our lives need a bit more than for us to "just talk it out."

    There has been no lack of high, and low, profile Christians who have kindly, graciously, told "doctor" James Dobson the error of his ways. His own mother died in a state of deep, deep, Depression. Want to guess why? Idolatry. Seeking help from pagan practices. Paying for what is and should be free to all. It's idolatry to seek the wisdom of men when only God will do. What Focus on the Family is selling is a "Jesus" who is not able to solve martial problems without the use of a paid for friend (counselor), a "Jesus" who can not cure "mental illness," a "Jesus" who won't provide, and "Jesus" who isn't the Truth, the real Messiah.

    How many men on this earth are likewise named Jesus? So then, how many demons use the name "Jesus" too to derail, deceive, take astray God's people? This is not rocket science. Have we forgotten the Evil One has been around now for how many thousands of years? Do angels, fallen or not, sleep? So, like the parent who watches the ant farm in his kids room, has not Satan studied humans? Of course, he knows some of the best ways to decieve us. What kind of servants of Messiah are we that we underestimate the enemy of our souls so? And Dr. James Dobson and his Focus on the Family has infiltrated almost every group that calls itself "Christian" until it unifies, instead of the Christ they all purport to serve.

    The Gospel of (the one true) Christ of the Holy Scriptures not only promises for us that there is "a way, but that Jesus (Y'shua), himself, is "The Way" for all who will accept him. Jew and Gentile, alike.

    Don't believe me?

    Read "James Dobson's Gospel of Self-Esteem & Psychology" by Martin and Deidre Bobgan. Most, if not all, of their books are now e-books also, so that all may have access; to learn and know "The Seduction of Christianity." Between the two of them, they too, hold 4 college or university degrees. You can find their (free books and) and vast store of materials at psychoheresy-aware.org where they write better than this writer ever will, where their vast store of research on this very subject (including Focus on the Family, a misnomer if ever one has been) is for all. Just ask them.

    Note: they like the old snail mail, letter, approach.

  2. Meanwhile, Dobson, is correct, the Republicans betrayed their Christian values and more. They betrayed the unborn, themselves.

    This is what we get in a society that has lost all "fear of the Lord."

    Anyone want to guess what comes next?

    What do you (we) suppose the Lord will do to that nation that no longer has any fear of Him?

    It's not like the Republican Party can say they didn't know what Planned Parenthood does to the unborn.

    God have mercy on the USA. That's the best we can do. No longer ask for Him to bless it.

    Ask God to "have mercy on the USA" because He has already shown us what He can do (Katrina, Thomas fires, Harvey, Maria, 2017-2018 nor'easters, west coast floods...).

    Last year, in 2017 alone, there were 8 total earthquakes on Earth of magnitude 7.0 or greater (up to 8.2).

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