Exposing evil is sometimes necessary.
The movie about “house of horrors” abortionist Kermit Gosnell opened in early October. The film had a rocky road even getting to the big screen, and it fought plenty of politically correct roadblocks, but “Gosnell” was a top 10 movie during its opening week.
According to WORLD magazine, it also changed a heart or two. Soon after seeing the film, college student Kathy Zhu announced on Twitter, “Yesterday, I was pro-choice… Today, I’m pro-life.” “Gosnell”was what opened Kathy’s eyes to the “horrors of loopholes in late-term abortion” and showed her the pro-life movement’s true cause: saving human lives. Before, the unborn were just fetuses to her but, she says, the movie “made the children … have a voice, even though they don’t.”
My guess is that there are other stories like Kathy Zhu’s. “Gosnell” is a hard movie to watch, but please see it. And share it with others, especially those of your friends and family that need a change of heart on abortion.
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