“While Evangelical and Catholic voters strove with unusual energy to mobilize pro-life conservatives to exercise their civic duty, most Adventist voters used their energies to occupy their time with minor issues like women’s ordination, forgetting that the life of millions of unborn children hung on the balance. How can we explain this Adventist apathy towards the plight of the unborn? The answer lies in what took place in 1970— three years before the legalization of abortion in the U.S. mainland. That year, our Adventist leadership allowed our Adventist hospitals to profit from abortions on demand.
When faced with the potential loss of revenue, when the State of Hawaii legalized the practice of abortion, our North American Division president publicly announced that our church was leaning toward abortion because “we realize we are confronted by big problems of hunger and overpopulation. …”
Comment: This is a six-page article worth reading!