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Powerful Film Sheds Light on Modern Day Holocaust

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A powerful, new short film sheds light on the modern day Holocaust and challenges the church to take a stand.

Sing A Little Louder, a heart wrenching short film based on the Holocaust during World War II is
shedding light on abortion and calling churches to raise their voice for those who have no voice.

The film is now being released free for churches of every denomination to share with their
congregations and give voice to the 42 million babies who are aborted every year around the world.

Sing A Little Louder is inspired by the true story of an elderly man who in his youth witnessed the
horrors of the Jewish Holocaust from the pews of his Church. He retold his story as a demonstration that abortion is our modern day Holocaust, only the casualties are far greater.

The 11-minute short film provides a stunning message for the twenty-first century and the current
genocide that’s taking place with unborn children. This film was shot on location in Holland and is being used to help raise support for the pro-life movement.

Film Director, Jeremy Wiles spoke about the impact that the film has already created, “Churches all across the nation have been showing the film during their Sunday services and it’s because the film has a timely and important message. The church just can’t continue to sing louder.”

During WWII, Hitler convinced Germany through propaganda that Jewish life had no value and that Jews were subhuman. In Mein Kampf Hitler wrote, “The Jew was always only a parasite in the body of other peoples.” Today, advocates for abortion use a similar argument, claiming that an unborn child is not yet human, which they often label as a fetus, a parasite to the mother. The term “fetus” is used by those who favor abortion to dehumanize the child. But that term is Latin for unborn child. Words can give life. Words can kill.

Hillary Clinton has furthered this agenda by arguing that unborn children just hours before delivery do not have constitutional rights. In an interview with Meet the Press she stated, “the unborn person doesn’t have constitutional rights.”

“Are we prepared to revisit these tragic mistakes of our past?” asks Wiles. “We have to raise our voice for those that have no voice and people can join the cause by sharing the film with their friends or showing it in their church.”

You can watch Sing A Little Louder for free and download it to show at your church or in your small
group at kingdomworks.com/sing-a-little-louder/

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KingdomWorks Studios creates compelling films to inspire the Church.

If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Luke Gibbons at 561 681 9990 or email at luke@kingdomworks.com.

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  1. Patrick Gannon Reply

    Let’s keep in mind another similarity. The Jews killed in the Holocaust went to Hell, right? They did not believe in Jesus, they did not take the sacraments, so they all went to Hell. The default destination for the souls of those who are aborted, miscarried or stillborn is also Hell. The RCC catechism says it knows of no way to salvation outside of baptism, and these unborn or stillborns, while completely innocent, did commit the heinous crime of dying before being baptized, so they will be joining the Jews in Hell, right?
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    Note that the Church allows you to believe in Limbo, a suburb of Hell, but it’s not official doctrine, and they “allow” you to “hope” Yahweh isn’t a complete monster, and that he will save these souls, but it’s a pretty thin hope. The doctrine is pretty clear – no baptism = no salvation.
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    So I guess the reason that genocide is bad is because it sends everyone who dies to Hell, despite how innocent they are – just like the mythical conquest of Canaan, where the Israelites were instructed in some cities to kill every man, woman child and beast (but keep the young virgin girls as spoils of war), and of course all of those people killed at Yahweh’s command, went to Hell, right? (Well one of the four Hells – Sheol in their case – but then, back in those days, everyone went to Sheol, which was not a place of punishment. We didn’t get eternal punishment until we got the “good news” of Jesus).
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    The real problem with genocide appears to be that all its victims including the innocent unborn, go to Hell. What kind of evil god would do that? What person in their right mind would worship such an evil god? Gen 3:22 tells us we know what good and evil are, just like the gods. If the mythical story was true, it would be saying that the gods knew we would figure out that some of them at least, like Yahweh, were evil. Some early Christians wrote texts that did not make it into the canon, that said a celestial Jesus saved us from Yahweh, a secondary, messed up god. People have known for a long time that Yahweh is evil, but in his Jesus persona as defined by the RCC, he took that evil to an all whole new level by replacing destruction as punishment and substituting eternal torment. That was the “good news.”
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    The Church tells us this god is good, but if Yahweh sends mere humans, born or unborn, to eternal torment, though we live here but a few short decades, then this god is the most evil god imaginable. Better to burn in moral superiority to such an evil being. (Fortunately Hell is not what you think it is. Look up Sheol, Gehenna, Hades, and Tartarus, the four words translated to the pagan word, Hell). As for abortion – spend some time thinking about it. What happens to those souls? How can you worship a god, whom the RCC says, would send them to Hell for failing to be baptized? And if they don’t go to Hell, then what’s the problem? Isn’t that why we’re all here? To get from here, to over there, wherever it is that Yahweh/Jesus is? If these souls go from starting line to winner’s circle without having to run the race and throw the salvation dice like the rest of us, should we celebrate their victory or curse them out of jealousy that they did not have to suffer here for decades like the rest of us, but instead went right to eternal bliss. And if they wanted to come here anyway, is Yahweh going to loudly proclaim in his godly voice, “NO! I condemn you to eternal bliss!” If these souls go to eternal bliss, what’s the problem? That’s what Christians are trying to do, isn’t it?
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    Many a Christian has told me I’m going to Hell. If that were true, wouldn’t it be far better to have been aborted and sent right to heaven? And if I was to go right to Hell for failing to be baptized, then what’s the difference except the extra years of suffering here? Yahweh knows in advance anyway, right? Yet if the RCC is correct, he allows it to happen, anyway. How evil is that! The Catholic god is evil, but they tell you from the time you are a small child that he is good. How messed up is that! It’s no wonder that many of us refer to ourselves as “Recovering Catholics.” We were psychologically abused as children with Catholic indoctrination. It’s not easy to overcome, but it can be done. You can get your life back. It’s not easy, because it requires that you learn to stop believing, and start thinking.

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