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A. I believe that married couples who confess to be followers of the Lord Jesus Christ should leave the number of children they have in the hands of God. I believe there is a very antichild mentality in this culture. People don't want kids. They want money, they want bigger homes, they want a boat. I believe that there is a devil, and here's Satan's agenda. First, he doesn't want anyone having kids. Secondly, if they do conceive, he wants them killed. If they're not killed through abortion, he wants them neglected or abused, physically, emotionally, sexually. Barring that, he wants to get them into some godless curriculum or setting, where their minds are filled with pollution. One way or another, the legions of hell want to destroy children because children become the future adults and leaders. If they can warp or wound a child, he or she becomes a warped or wounded adult who passes on this affliction to the next generation.

Q. You talk about wanting to base American government on laws of the Bible. What happens to a free society if you try to institutionalize biblical authority?

A. The freest societies are the societies that self-consciously try to build their laws and institutions around the principles and laws of the word of God. Why is rape always wrong? Because God says that it's wrong. Why is theft always wrong? Because God says that it's wrong. If you do not have the unchanging moral principles of Higher Law -- and that's capital H and capital L -- as the bedrock of your culture, then you are left with the ever shifting sand of the newest fad, the latest whim.

Q. How does that make you different from the Islamic fundamentalists who have established a theocracy in Iran?

A. I do not believe that the church should rule in this country. I believe in a constitutional republic. However, the underpinnings of the republic have got to be what God gave Moses on Mount Sinai and confirmed through the Lord Jesus.

Q. Where does that leave everyone who's not a Fundamentalist Christian?

A. They're going to be just as safe and free in a culture where it's wrong to murder and steal.

Q. Aren't there already laws against theft and murder?

A. Yes, and why? This country's roots are in the Puritans and people who believed in biblical values.

Q. Your group owes hundreds of thousands of dollars in unpaid court fines from previous blockades of abortion clinics. Do you plan ever to pay?

A. You can't get blood from a stone. Why aren't the people from ACT UP ((a gay activist group)) and the animal-rights protesters and the antinuke protesters being fined hundreds of thousands of dollars?

Q. What will you do if Roe v. Wade, the 1973 Supreme Court ruling that created a constitutional right to abortion, is overturned but many state legislatures vote to permit abortion in their own states?

A. We will continue to do rescue missions, boycotts and protests in the states where they are killing children, and we will work to change the face of the state legislatures. The apple is for the plucking for whoever is willing to do the work. Most nonpresidential elections are determined by 15% to 18% of the voting electorate. There is something like 20% to 25% of the electorate in this country who claim to be hard-core pro-life.

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