Abortion Chain Owner, Bud Feldman suffers Tragic Loss

Irving (Bud) Feldkamp, owner of the nation’s largest for-profit abortion chain, Family Planning Associates,
has suffered the tragic loss of two of his children their families, and friends, in a plane crash in Montana. The families were flying to a ski vacation resort in a plane, owned by Bud Feldman.

Ice on the wings is one suspected cause of the tragic crash which claimed the lives of the 14 people aboard. Others cite that the plane was well loaded with passengers, and that this might have contributed to the troubles.

Pro lifers are praying for the deceased, and praying that their parents, Bud and Pam Feldkamp recognize this grievous milepost as a call to remove themselves from the abortion business and repent. Prayers are also for their son, Irving M Feldkamp IV, identified in this site as president of Family Planning Associates.

3 thoughts on “Abortion Chain Owner, Bud Feldman suffers Tragic Loss

  1. To me it seems really cruel to insinuate that Bud Feldman should recognize the death of his children as any sort of "call" from God to remove himself from the abortion industry. Pray for him, pray that he will change his mind about unborn life, maybe, but don't suggest that his awful loss is some kind of punishment or sign from God.

  2. technically challenged. here it is again.Specifically why is seeing a life event as a call or stimulus seen as cruel?Many people are incited to action by these kinds of events.It could be seen as too much ego to think that one is important enough for God to intervene in a personal way. But there's that sparrow business in the Christian Bible, and the whole salvation story. In some other religions the interventions seem to be built in, or automatic.On the other hand, some atheist religions reject the concept of a Creator based upon bad life events, or killing on a massive scale, which is allowed to occur.According to your theology, is ten thousand deaths per year sufficient to incite an intevention? What kind is appropriate? Where do innocents go when they die?Contemplating the relationship of the Creator to created beings is a big job.

  3. GALATIANS 6:7 NKJ7 Do not be deceived, God is not mocked; for whatever a man sows, that he will also reap.LUKE 6:38 NKJ38 "Give, and it will be given to you: good measure, pressed down, shaken together, and running over will be put into yourbosom. For with the same measure that you use, it will be measured back to you."You can't say he wasn't warned.

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