Right to Choose Life


Welcome to the official website of the bipartisan Right to Choose Life movement. We are both pro-choice and pro-life, as shown in the Venn diagram above. Today, many billions are either pro-choice or pro-life, but only a few hundred of us are both. However, as people sign the RTCL petition, the few will grow increasingly larger until, one day, the few become many and the many become few.

The RTCL movement is led by new evangelists who run for state legislative office on the bipartisan RTCL Act. New evangelists bring a new evangel to the baptized, while continuing to bring the Gospel of Christ to the unbaptized. Each message is about a sacrifice. The Gospel is about becoming a beneficiary of the most holy sacrifice, and the new evangel is about stopping the most unholy sacrifice.

Jesus of Nazareth is God's Anointed Son [1] who, according to the scriptures, died for our sins [2] and rose from the dead on the third day [3]. Whoever believes this GOSPEL and is baptized will be saved from their sins (instead of condemned for them) [4]. Please contact us for more information about baptism.


Every beneficiary of the most holy sacrifice [5] is now invited to participate in stopping the most unholy sacrifice [6] by signing the bipartisan petition to protect a woman's right to choose life [7]. Whoever signs it will be causing the fetal human sacrifice to stop (instead of letting it continue). Please sign the petition and let your pastor know, because this NEW EVANGEL ought to be announced in the house of God.

For more information, please click on the title of each section below.

1. About the RTCL Petition and Bill

The right to choose life is the right to not be bullied into getting an abortion. The Right to Choose Life petition requests government to pass into law, the bipartisan bill called the Right to Choose Life Act. The RTCL Act would give every pregnant female the option to certify the creditorship [8] of her offspring, so that the prenatal and postnatal support debts [9] could not be remitted by killing the creditor. The debts would instead be converted into reimbursement for wrongful death, payable to the caretaker(s) of the child(ren) specified by her on the certificate of creditorship (or if none are specified, to the caretakers of underprivileged children). Those responsible for the wrongful death would be responsible for the reimbursement.

By certifying the creditorship of her offspring, the pregnant female would take away the motive for two potential crimes against her, forced abortion [10] and murder [11]. In other words, she would protect her own right to choose life. She would also take away the temptation for her and the father of her offspring to sacrifice their offspring in the womb. Since the certification would be an option and not a requirement, no woman will be opposed to the RTCL Act; and the only men who will be opposed to it are mysogynist bullies who want to bully their lovers into getting an abortion whenever they become pregnant. So, unless you are a mysogynist bully, please sign the RTCL petition.

2. What You Can Do to Help

It is a sin to know what we ought to do and then not do it [12]. With that in mind, we ought to let you know what you can do to stop the bullying of women into getting abortions, as well as to stop the most unholy sacrifice. The following are things that you can do.

A. Sign the bipartisan petition to protect a woman's right to choose life.

B. If you are not baptized, then believe the Gospel and be baptized, so that, most importantly, you will be saved from your sins, but also, so that you will have a pastor to whom you can speak about the new evangelism.

C. If you are baptized and you have received a new evangelism card, then give it to your pastor.

D. If a new evangelist is not running for office in your state legislative district and you are qualified to run, then prayerfully consider running on the bipartisan RTCL Act. People are most likely to believe the Gospel and new evangel if you show them your faith in the two messages by your works [13], your works being all the things (especially the unpleasant things) that you must do in order to run for your state house on the RTCL Act. If you are called to run, please contact us about ordering you a box of new evangelism cards and hosting your campaign website.

E. If you are a pastor, give every new evangelism card, which you have received, to your bishop or elders.

F. If you are a bishop or elder, then contact the new evangelist for more information, so that you can come to know that you ought to grant permission for the new evangel to be announced in the house of God.

3. The Solution to the New Problem of Sin

When Adam and Eve took the forbidden fruit, it caused sin and death to enter into the world. This is known as the problem of sin, or what we can now call the original problem of sin. The solution to the original problem of sin was for the Son of God, our Lord Jesus Christ, to come and die on the Cross for our sins, and to prove it by rising from the dead on the third day. In other words, the Gospel of Christ is the solution to the original problem of sin.

But in the 20th century, man and woman took a new forbidden fruit, and it caused fornication and death to reenter into the world. This is the new problem of sin. Before the 20th century, the temptation to fornicate was low, because the fear of pregnancy was high. But the development of the birth control pill (the new forbidden fruit) greatly reduced the fear of pregnancy, thereby causing a great increase in the temptation to fornicate.

The temptation to fornicate increased to a level that was beyond the ability of most people to resist (ie. unbelievers and weak believers, both of whom lack the fear of hell). Whenever the fornication results in an illegitimate pregnancy, the couple is tempted to make a fetal human sacrifice [14], and everybody else is tempted to let them make it, because we know that it's wrong to force a woman to remain pregnant. (There must be a better way to save her offspring in utero, and it turns out that there is.) The new problem of sin was foretold to come about during "the hour of temptation" [15].

The new problem of sin is too big for us to solve without divine assistance. Until recently, everybody on earth lacked the wisdom to solve it. But then the co-founder of RTCL had a long conversation with God about it. The conversation was sparked by a strange incident that occured in his church. It caused him to start asking God questions, which needed to be asked if we were ever going to receive the wisdom that we lack. The following is the prayer that he would often pray while he was seeking the wisdom.

The Wisdom-Seeker's Prayer [16]

Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name. May thy kingdom come. And in thy timing, give us the wisdom to solve the new problem of sin [17], so that thy will may be done on earth as it is in heaven.

Give us also this day, our daily bread. And forgive us our debts [18] as we forgive our debtors. And in this hour of temptation [15], show us the way of escape [19], so that we might be delivered from evil [20]. Amen.

Eventually, he received the wisdom to solve the new problem of sin. He wrote down his conversation with God, and you can read it by clicking here: Abel's Testimony. To make a long story short, the new evangel is the solution to the new problem of sin. Since the fear of pregnancy can never be increased again, it will be replaced with a new fear under the RTCL Act. The new fear will be the fear of incurring a postnatal support debt; and that fear will reduce the temptation to fornicate, thereby reversing the adverse effects caused by us taking the new forbidden fruit.

4. The Co-founders of RTCL

The co-founders of the Right to Choose Life apostolate are a layman and his guardian angel, the one who is currently in possession of the everlasting evangel (Rev. 14:6). The layman, who is currently anonymous, goes by Abel and his guardian angel is called Evangelos, because that means "messenger bearing good news." The everlasting evangel is made up of the two messages that we bring to everybody around us, the Gospel to the unbaptized and a new evangel to the baptized [21]. The following is written by Abel.

Here is how Evangelos and a couple of other guardian angels got my attention. My church was called Annunciation of the Lord; and it was one week before the Feast of the Guardian Angels, the first one of the new millenium that would fall on the Lord's Day. One night, early in the week, a woman in a nearby town named Marie, received a vision in a dream. It was a vision of her and her live-in boyfriend tearing up a church. He is named Joseph, and a few days later, he received the same vision while he was awake. When he told her about it, she told him that she had dreamt the same thing a few nights earlier. They were consumed by the incredible coincidence.

Annunciation of the Lord (Gabriel, Mary, and Joseph)

Then, on the Feast of the Guardian Angels, while they were driving by my church, Joseph and Marie made a spontaneous decision to go inside during worship. Right after communion, they went up to the altar; and as Joseph stood quietly behind the altar, Marie preached to the congregation about idolatry. Then, Joseph somehow garnered the strength to lift up the 500-pound marble altar and flip it over, causing it to slide down the steps and smash into pieces on the floor below. We were stunned! I knew that it was likely a sign, and I began asking God questions about the meaning of it [a].

The incident sparked a long conversation that I began to have with God, beginning with what's under the altar in the book of Revelation [14]. The conversation went on for several years. I never saw any visions or heard any mysterious voices. I would simply ask God questions in prayer, and then each answer would come to me in the form of a thought that would suddenly occur in my mind. Each thought would be in the form of a question. So, God would answer all of my questions with questions, just as our Lord would often do in the gospels.

I knew, or was able to find, the answer to every question that I was asked. Every answer was a piece of the knowledge that needed to be applied to the new problem of sin in order to arrive at the solution. Since wisdom is the application of knowledge, the wisdom to solve a problem is the application of knowledge to the problem in order to arrive at the solution. I realized that what I was doing, by asking God questions, was asking God in faith for the wisdom to solve the new problem of sin, which is what James 1:5-7 says to do (also Mat. 21:21-22 and Mark 11:22-24).

By the grace of God, and with the help of Evangelos, I would go on to find the solution to the new problem of sin, discerning the contents of the everlasting evangel in the process. You can read my account of the conversation by clicking this link: Abel's Testimony.

Abel has some characteristics that qualified him to be the charge of Evangelos, that is, the first earthly messenger to discern the contents of the everlasting evangel. Abel's identity will be publicly revealed when the time is right. But his qualifications will only be shared with bishops and elders, since they need to know his qualifications before they allow the new evangel to be announced in the house of God.

Everlasting Evangel (Evangelos and Abel)

[1] Psa: 2:2,7, Mat. 16:16, 26:63, John 6:69
[2] He "died for our sins according to the scriptures" (1Co. 15:3), the most obvious scripture being Isaiah 53:1-12 (Acts 8:28-35).
[3] 1Co. 13:4, Acts 2:22-32, Psa. 16:9-10. In the Psalm of David, it is foretold that God's Anointed Son would rise from the dead before his body begins to see corruption, which was understood as being before the 4th day of his death (John 11:39). It can also be shown that his death and resurrection occurred in 3790 AM according to scripture [24].
[4] Mark 16:15-16, John 3:16-18. Mat. 1:21 answers the question, "What are baptized Gospel-believers saved from?" They are saved "from their sins". It stands to reason that unbelievers will be condemned FOR whatever they would have been saved from had they believed the Gospel, "for their sins".
[5] "most holy sacrifice" - A sacrifice is an act of giving up something to obtain something else for oneself or for others (Collins Dictionary). The most holy sacrifice was the act of giving up one's own life to obtain for others the remission of their debts to God (Mat. 6:12, 26:28; John 15:13). Only God's Son, Jesus Christ, was qualified to make the most holy sacrifice, which he made when he died for our sins [2]. "All have sinned" against God (Rom. 3:23), thereby incurring debts to Him (and to others if sins are also against others). But we, who are baptized and are therefore beneficiaries of the most holy sacrifice, can receive the remission of our debts to God by repenting and asking Him each day to "forgive us our debts as we forgive our debtors" (Mat. 6:12).
[6] The "most unholy sacrifice" is the antithesis of the most holy sacrifice [5]. It's the act of giving up the lives of others to obtain for ourselves the remission of our debts to the others. When a male impregnates a female, they incur prenatal and postnatal support debts to their offspring [9]. If they did not want to become parents, then they will be tempted to give up the life of their offspring to obtain for themselves the remission of their debts to their offspring. That's a most unholy sacrifice, and it is made thousands of times per day around the world. This fetal human sacrifice is most likely the sacrifice described in the Fifth Seal of the Apocalypse [14]. If there is a way to remove the temptation to make fetal human sacrifices, then the sacrifices can be stopped; and according to the new evangel there is such a way.
[7] The opportunity to participate in stopping the most unholy sacrifice is the new evangel, the part of the "everlasting evangel" (Rev. 14:6) for the baptized who dwell on the earth. The Gospel is the part for the unbaptized who dwell on the earth.
[8] Creditorship is the state of being owed something
[9] When the male impregnates the female, he incurs a postnatal support debt to their offspring (Gen. 3:17, 1Ti. 5:8); and if she consented to the act which caused the pregnancy, then she incurs a prenatal support debt (Gen. 3:16), with support consisting of oxygen, water, food, protection, and care.
[10] Forced abortion appears to be rare, but that is only because it is rarely reported. A 2023 study by the Lozier institute shows that 70% percent of abortions have at least some element of coercion.
[11] Murder is a leading cause of death for pregnant women, according to a 2022 Harvard study. Moreover, our own research shows that in over 90% of these double homicides, the pregnancy happened outside of marriage. The motive is often the fact that the pregnant female refused to sacrifice her offspring. See RTCL Martyrs.
[12] James 4:17
[13] James 2:15-26
[14] Rev. 6:9-11, 19:2. We know that the souls which were seen "under the altar" were sacrificed, because the altar is the place of sacrifice. When God "has judged" the great harlot (which we think is the unfaithful bride of Christ), he will have also "avenged the blood of his servants at her hand." We know that these are the servants of God who were sacrificed, because they say to their Master. "How long O Master, holy and true, do you not judge and avenge our blood on those who dwell on the earth?" We know that the sacrificial victims were not old enough to sin, because the fact that the saints before the throne "washed their robes and made them white in the blood of the Lamb" (Rev. 7:14) means that spiritual robes are given to us BEFORE we are old enough to sin, and the souls under the alter are not given their robes until AFTER they had been sacrificed. Do fetuses have souls? We have reason to believe that they do [22]. The wedding of the Lamb to his bride (Rev. 19:7) does not take place until God has judged and avenged the blood of his servants (vs. 2), and God does not do that until his servants stop being sacrificed, since that is when their number is fulfilled (Rev. 6:11). Therefore, the way that the bride prepares herself for the wedding is by participating in stopping the most unholy sacrifice, which is what the new evangel is all about.
[15] Rev. 3:10. The reason why we were not kept from the present "hour of temptation" is because we did not keep our Lord's "word of patience." This word is the seed that falls on good ground in the parable of the sower. Upon "hearing the word," a person "keeps it and bears fruit with patience" (Luke 8:15). When a male among us impregnates a female illegitimately, they bear fruit WITHOUT patience, thereby tempting themselves to make a fetal human sacrifice [9] and tempting the rest of us to approve the sacrifice. Because of the rise in illegitimate pregnancies, "the hour of temptation" has "come upon the whole world to tempt those who dwell on the earth" to either make fetal human sacrifices or approve the fetal human sacrifices made by others. All of us are guilty of approving the unholy sacrifice by doing nothing to stop it. Stopping it begins by praying the wisdom-seeker's prayer.
[16] The pattern for the wisdom-seeker's prayer was given to us by our Lord Jesus in Mat. 6:9-13. It is based on His promise that if we are asking God for the wisdom to solve the new problem of sin, and we are believing that we will receive the wisdom, then we will receive it (Mat. 21:21-22, Mark 11:22-24, Jam. 1:5-7).
[17] The "new problem of sin" is that everybody is now tempted to either make fetal human sacrifices or approve fetal human sacrifices made by others. Because we are already in a time of temptation [18], we do not say "lead us not into temptation" in the wisdom-seeker's prayer.
[18] Mat. 6:12. Remission of debts is synonymous with remission of sins, because to sin against someone is to incur a debt to them.
[19] 1Co. 10:13. Wisdom-seekers know that with every temptatation, God makes a way of escape, and that's why we ask Him to "show us the way of escape."
[20] 2Pe. 2:9. The Lord knows how to deliver the pious from the most evil temptation, and wisdom-seekers know that He does that by showing us the way of escape. That's why we conclude the prayer with the words "so that we might be delivered from evil. Amen."
[21] The everlasting evangel in Rev. 14:6 is not the bad news mentioned in the next verse as some believe, the bad news of God's pending judgment. But neither is it the Gospel alone as many believe. It is the Gospel plus a new evangel. The new evangel is presupposed by the bad news of God's pending judgment. and it therefore must be an opportunity for those who dwell on the earth to be spared of the coming judgment and vengeance [23]. Such an opportunity is exactly what our new evangel is.
[22] We can know that implanted human embryos have souls by the fact that Adam became a living soul when the breath of life was breathed into his body (Gen. 2:7), and oxygen is breathed into the embryo when it becomes implanted in the womb. Also, in the resurrection of the widow's son (1Ki. 17:17-23), we see that the "breath" and the "soul" leave a body at the same time and that they would reenter at the same time if the person was to become resurrected. Finally, in the law of jealousy, the wife would be "sown with seed" (Heb. zara zera) if she had been faithful (Num. 5:28), an indication that the wife would be taken to the temple BEFORE she became sown with seed, that is, before she became implanted with an embryo. So, it would appear to be God's will for us to prevent a female from being sown with seed illegitimately, but it is not God's will for us to kill the seed once it has been sown.
[23] Not only will God judge the great harlot, but he will also avenge the blood of his servants at her hand (Rev. 19:2); and these servants are the victims of a human sacrifice, who are asking him, "Until when do you not judge and avenge our blood on those who dwell on the earth?" (Rev. 6:10) The answer is, in essence: until the sacrifice is stopped (Rev. 6:11). That's why the new evangel for the baptized "who dwell on the earth" is that they have an opportunity to participate in stopping the human sacrifice, and in the process, be spared of the coming vengeance. See diagram.
[24] Eze. 4:4-6, Dan. 9:24-27. Two prophecies foretell the year that the Messiah would die for our sins. According to Ezekiel's prophecy, Israel committed its sin 390 years before the destruction of the first temple and Judah would commit its sin 40 years before the destruction of the second temple. (390 is the approximate sum of the reigns of the kings of Judah from its first king, Rehoboam, to its last, Zedekiah, who reigned until the destruction of the first temple.) The second temple was destroyed in August 70 AD, which was late in the year 3830 AM. 40 years before that was the year 3790 AM. According to Daniel's prophecy, Judah's great sin would be its execution of the Messiah in the middle year of the 70th week. If the first year of the 1st week was the year Ezra received the "restore" part of the "commandment to restore and to rebuild Jerusalem" from Artaxerxes in the 7th year of his reign (Ezr. 7:7), then that was the year 3304 AM [25] and the middle year of the 70th week would then be the year 3790 AM (3304 + 69 x 7 + 3 = 3790). It can be shown that according to two apostles, Matthew and John, Jesus of Nazareth was crucified on the Passover in a year when the Passover fell on the 5th day of the week. It can also be shown that according to Luke 3:15, the year Jesus was crucified had to be one of the 5 years from 3789 through 3793 AM. According to modern astronomy, out of those 5 years, the year that Jerusalem's Passover fell on the 5th day of the week was the year 3790 AM.
[25] According to historians, Xerxes (Artaxeres' predecessor) was assassinated in August 465 BC, which was late in the year 3296 AM. But according to papyrus AP 6, Artxaxerxes did not ascend to the throne until it was the year 3297 AM. Therefore, that was his accession year; and it follows that the 1st year of his reign was 3298 AM and the 7th year of his reign was 3304 AM. (The years of a king's reign were counted the way that we count birthdays.) So, the year 3304 AM is when Ezra received the "restore" part of Artaxerxes' two-part command and 3317 AM is when Nehemiah received the "rebuild" part (Ezr. 7:7, Neh. 2:1, Dan. 9:24).  

Abel's Footnotes
[a] Marie and Joseph were antitypes of Mary and Joseph of the Bible. The Annunciation of the Lord was the first evangel of Christ, which was that a virgin would soon conceive the Christ child. The angel Gabriel brought that evangel to Mary in a vision while she was awake. An angel brought the same vision to Joseph in a dream. The vision of Mary and Joseph was about the one who would build his Church, and the vision of Marie and Joseph was about destroying a church. The altar was overturned on the Feast of the Guardian Angels, so that I would know that my guardian angel was trying to get me to stop wasting my talent and start asking God for knowledge and wisdom.

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