From an otherwise fluffy piece at a goofily slavish devotional website:
“We are buying it hook, line, and sinker, like it’s a great thing. It’s just amazing to me and abortion saddens me, period. But it seems to be something that is really pushed on minorities and provided to minorities especially as something that they should do,” Watson asserted. “In the public, it seems to be painted that when minorities get pregnant they need to get abortions, especially when it comes to teen pregnancy.
“It’s like when black girls are pregnant, it’s like a statistic, but when white girls get pregnant, they get a TV show,” he added.
Each ethnic group has its own standards and its own biology, and from them it derives some rules. These differ between populations. When a society uses the majority rule, or creates a statistical fabrication and uses a lowest common denominator hybrid of the rules of all its constituent groups, it eliminates the ability for the minority group to live by its own rules.
This is why the public interest has pushed an agenda of abortion for minority teens: to succeed in the majority culture or the hybrid culture, they must go through twenty years of schooling and then get married and have children. However, whether by recognizing that this approach is nonsense, or by having their own rules, minority teens are often having children much earlier.
Christian Post will not likely see this far into the issue. For starters, Christianity as practiced by most is a universalist philosophy similar to ideology. It is based in egalitarianism, or the idea that all people are equal so that we can brainwash them all with the same set of rules and achieve the same results, every time, just like in a factory.
In addition, Christian Post is a business that apparently makes its money by selling ads about anti-abortion products and trips to the holy land. It appeals to the lowest type of modern person, the obsessive, who like an iPhone fanboy or delusional Suicide Squad fan, wants some symbolic truth which seems so solid that nothing can displace it and finds that in a product, fetish, lifestyle or ideology.
If we look past that mentality, Christianity becomes a different animal. The problem with contemporary Christianity is not so much the religion itself, but the people who have been drawn to it and in consequence made it a business, where the Joel Osteens of the world thrive because the audience are obsessive idiots looking for a divine answer that validates their otherwise unexceptional lives.