Is Evangelical Group Pushing Contraception for Profit?

By Julie Roys
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WORLD Magazine just published a stunning article revealing a possible reason why the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE) is partnering with a group promoting contraception among the unmarried. The answer? Follow the money trail! This story is a must-read.

The NAE says it is partnering with The National Campaign for the Prevention of Teen and Unwanted Pregnancy because it wants to prevent abortion. Abstinence isn’t working, it says, so perhaps churches need to start promoting contraception. However, WORLD reveals that The National Campaign gave the NAE a $1 million grant. Could this have anything to do with this stunning new NAE agenda?

WORLD Editor Marvin Olasky joins me tomorrow at 8:00 a.m. CST on Up For Debate to discuss. Also joining me will be the founder of Q, Gabe Lyons. At the NAE’s request, Q sponsored a panel featuring the CEO of The National Campaign for the Prevention of Teen and Unwanted Pregnancy at its last conference. After the panel, a surprising 70% of the young evangelical leaders present said they’d consider encouraging singles to use contraception.

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