Talking about abortion was brand new at the time, and in their class of 15 only one person didn't have any problem with it: himself. Mullins said he was brought up in a Southern Baptist Church and had been taught the right things, but he had gotten to a point in his life where he wasn't living for the Lord and had supported abortion.
"At that time I was what you would call a political liberal. Through the years and reading the Word of God, and getting right with God, and trusting in what God's Word says, I've changed my opinion on almost everything that I held back at that time," he said during the July 3 episode of "A Fresh Start" on Brighteon.TV.
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"America, please get back on your knees for the sake of our children," Mullins pleaded, pointing out that there had been a travesty in the United States for 50 years when Roe v. Wade helped make abortions legal. (Related: WHO approves abortion, now a threat to millions of unborn children)
Back in college, Mullins believed in the same narrative being espoused by pro-abortion groups: A woman has the right to her own body and has the right to get an abortion.
"Well, she does in our country," Mullins conceded. "But that doesn't make it right. Because the womb is sacred ground to God."
When there is life in a woman's womb, it is alive in God's eyes.
Unfortunately, the United States has gotten to a point where people no longer cared what the Word of God says. Instead, they demand their rights.
"When people demand their rights, you have rebellion. But when people accept their responsibilities, you have revival."
Mullins said that after the Vietnam War, people built a memorial for all the 58,000 people who died. The names were engraved on both sides of a 245-foot stone. This means that the names of those who died in Vietnam were engraved in 490 feet of granite.
If anyone wants to build a memorial for all the babies who have been aborted, on the same scale as it was at the Vietnam Memorial, people will have to drive all the way from Knoxville, Tennessee, across the plateau to Cookeville. In the middle of the interstate – on both sides – would be names of babies who had been aborted.
And all those names never had a chance to live because their mothers say they have the right to their own bodies. (Related: Accessory to murder: Oakland to become a "sanctuary city" for baby killers)
Mullins said: "You made your choice [with] what you want to do with your body when you had sex and became pregnant."
People had been fighting about the right to get abortions and all things related to it for a long time. Many people say that religion should be kept out of politics. However, this would be similar to saying whether the Bible is the Word of God or not.
"It's either obsolete or absolute. If we have to start changing this verse, toning down that verse, apologizing for this verse, and making allowances for that, we might as well give up. So we must take the Word of God as it is, or leave it alone," Mullins said.
While not everyone believes in the Word of God, there are those who do. And Mullins said they have the right, like any other American, to fight for their beliefs and principles.
"I'm thankful that regarding the issue of abortion, we have seen some positive gains in the courts overruling the right of a woman to get an abortion. But folks, when it's issues like this, some people call good evil, some evil, good," Mullins warned. "Those who want their right sometimes don't care about what's right. They just want to win."
Watch the video below for more of Dr. Mullins' commentary on abortion.
"A Fresh Start" with Dr. Bobby Mullins airs every Sunday at 8:30-9:00 a.m. on Brighteon.TV.