According to recent reports, the pastor of a Baptist church in Montgomery, Ala., and his wife are at the center of controversy surrounding the latter’s apparent part-time job at an abortion clinic. New Elam Baptist Church Pastor Louis Chatman was caught on video pulling up to the clinic in a Mercedes sedan and dropping his wife, Callie, off near the front door.
David Day Sr., a missionary with the North American Mission Board, captured the video and posted it on YouTube along with some details about the Chatmans.
“Sadly,” he wrote in the video’s description, “this is a Montgomery pastor dropping off his wife who works at the abortuar [sic] here in Montgomery.”
He went on to assert that Callie Chatman has been asked repeatedly about her work at the clinic, “and the only response we get is that God forgives and we are not to judge.”
Chatman herself seemed to support that characterization in an interview with the Christian Post this week.
“I feel that we have all sinned,” she said. “None of us are perfect. No sin is greater than any sin.”
She continued her rationalization, alleging women have a “right” to murder their unborn children “because that’s her body.”
Louis Chatman, his wife said, has no problem with her position at the clinic.
After citing the Chatmans’ purported ties to the abortion clinic, including the fact that the couple’s son works at the location “as the security,” Day offered some context, conceding that this incident merely “shows the heart of man.”
He went on to state that Jesus’ love is so great that He died even for the sins of those who “twist His word” by supporting abortion.
“Pray for the family,” he concluded, “pray for those who work at the abortuary, pray for the parents who each week come to murder their baby.”
h/t: The Blaze
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