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    Abortionist Warren Hern on BEL

    This is the show from Friday April 17th, 2009.


    * Bob Enyart Interviews Warren Hern: Boulder, Colorado late-term abortionist Warren Hern appeared as a guest on a Denver radio station on the pro-life radio program Bob Enyart Live. As published in the Denver Catholic Register and Bob Enyart's The Rational Inspirer newsletter, the following dialogue on Denver radio's KLTT occurred between Mr. Enyart and nationally-known author of the Abortion Practice textbook, Boulder Colorado's late-term abortionist Warren Hern:
    HERN: Abortion has to do with fundamental decisions people make about their lives... Of course the public debate is about who is going to make that decision. The individual or the state.
    ENYART: So women and families should make the decisions, these life or death decisions?
    HERN: Yes.
    ENYART: Did you notice the news story this week; some doctors went to a judge to try and appoint a legal guardian for a woman who was in a coma? Her husband wanted to continue medical treatment.
    HERN: Yes, I saw that.
    ENYART: But the doctors wanted to cancel medical treatment.
    HERN: Right.
    ENYART: Would you have agreed with that judge, then, that no, those doctors didn't have a right to appoint a legal guardian?
    HERN: No, I think the doctors were doing the right thing and I support the doctors' point of view although I'm not involved in that case and it has obviously nothing to do with abortion. But I think it's absurd to maintain someone on life support systems when they are not even functioning.
    ENYART: So even thought the immediate family wanted to continue to medical care, you would have taken that decision away from the family?
    HERN: Well, I think that is, a, I, I thought we going to be talking about abortion. This is really not a question I was prepared to discuss. It's clearly one in which I have interest in, and it relevant, but why don't we stick to abortion.
    This transcript was first published statewide in the Denver Catholic Register. Abortionist Warren Hern, on Bob Enyart Live on July 3, 1991, unwittingly admitted his true belief: people like him should decide who lives and who dies. The family should be overruled by the government imposing the euthanasia and abortion industry's decision to euthanize (or abort) our loved ones. This is nationally-known Warren Hern's admitted belief. By claiming to be "pro-choice," he is a liar (and we argue, by extension and evidence, such as its lack of action against, and even arguably its funding of, China's forced-abortion program) that the abortion industry itself is not even "pro-choice" but simply pro-death. Abortionist Warren Hern violates even his own immoral standard, and would usurp the family's supposed right, and give that power to the government, to "make that decision" regarding life and death. The truth is that the abortion and euthanasia leaders believe "unwanted" human beings should die. The family's desire is irrelevant to them, unless it coincides with their own demand to kill the innocent.

    * Request of KGOV Listeners: If you can find a news report about the court case over the life of the woman in the coma in this story, please click above at Comment: at, and post that information! Thanks! -The KGOV Staff

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    God: existence, eternity, and entity (i.e., the Godhead)
    His Story: the plot, or storyline, of the Bible (grasping the Bible's overview is the key to its details)
    His Nature: living, personal, relational, good, and loving (includes J.O.N.A.H. & N.O.A.H.)
    Christological: Christ-centered, the text is His Word (the work of the righteous, and hatred of the wicked)
    [Here, the third hermeneutic, His Nature, now takes precedence over, and swaps places with, His Story]
    Context prioritized: God's Nature; His Story; the dispensation; the book; chapter; paragraph; sentence
    Literalness: Scripture presents a literal message, and contains figures of speech, symbols, parables, and poetry
    Historical/Grammatical: method emphasizes original languages, cultural and historical setting
    Covenantal vs. Dispensational Principle: Paul instructs students to "rightly divide the Word" 2 Tim 2:15
    Prophetic: Speaking God's Word; also, predictive prophecy; and non-prophecy (predictive only in hindsight)
    Sufficiency Principle: Scripture presents ample revelation on everything vital to our spirituality (accountability)
    Spiritually Discerned: God gave His Word to the world to lead men to Christ, but much is written to His own
    Typology: people, events, objects, rituals, etc. serve as symbols of Christ, salvation, heaven, etc.
    Inerrancy: Not translators and scribes but the original autographs (like DNA) were breathed by the Holy Spirit
    Numerology: numbers at times are symbolic: 3 for God, 6 for man, 12 for Israel, 40 for judgment, etc.
    First-Mention: knowledge of good and evil leads to death; seed of the woman; justification by faith
    Hebrew Parallelisms: poetry; couplets; alternation; inversions; story symmetry

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  • #2

    I know this guy is a godless child killer but it seemed to me if Hern had agreed to discuss only the questions that he had agreed to... maybe Bob should have stuck to them? As I listened I wondered if Bob regreted it (even a little bit), that Hern had got up and left so fast?

    I praise the Lord for Bob's stand on the truth, so don't get me wrong with this comment. Hern probably would have eventually got up and left anyways, but not as quickly. DBCR...


    • #3
      I think Bob used the question to expose Hern's presuppositions. If you are an abortionist and are going on a radio show to discuss abortion...then you will have all of your textbook answers ready.

      However, Bob asked a question that wasn't specifically about abortion but rather helped expose what Hern really believes. As a result Hern was unprepared with a textbook answer and when himself and his beliefs for what they are. Foolishness.
      fidelis usque ad mortem


      • #4
        Hern, the murderer, said himself the question was relevant.

        Bob nailed him.
        "It is easier to contend with evil at the first than at the last." - Leonardo da Vinci


        • #5
          Originally posted by elohiym View Post
          Hern, the murderer, said himself the question was relevant.

          Bob nailed him.

          Good answer... I didn't hear him say that. I only heard him repeat that he wasn't there to talk about anything... but the agreed to questions. Thanks for the info.


          • #6
            There are false ones on this site also. I haven't quite worked out a way to bring them into the light. Because they aren't stupid, and try and bring people into their side.
            Jesus saves completely.

            Titus 1

            For there are many insubordinate, both idle talkers and deceivers, especially those of the circumcision, whose mouths must be stopped

            Ephesians 5

            11 And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather expose them. 12 For it is shameful even to speak of those things which are done by them in secret