Not all Hollywood actors speak social justice nonsense while hypocritically wearing Planned Parenthood buttons on their multi-thousand dollar dresses at awards shows. Actor Kevin Sorbo ("Hercules", "God's Not Dead") has his values in the right order.

In an editorial for CNS News, Kevin Sorbo and his wife, Sam, unequivocally denounced abortion as an "evil" that spreads through fake buzzwords like "empowerment."

Secular humanists have made the word abortion sound like a woman’s right, synonymous with health care, female empowerment, standing for women’s issues, a choice, a solution; anything but the truth.

The truth is, however, abortion is the termination of life. It is just a euphemism for murder because the only reason to get an abortion is to avoid the potential of birth – a human birth.

We dress it up with 'my body, my choice,' but it is still a life inside of a woman’s womb, and that life is still extinguished by the brutal procedure of abortion.

The piece then takes aim at society's cognitive dissonance when talking about life, especially as to how animals take precedence over human beings.

"In some cases, disturbing the nest of a sea turtle and stealing its eggs is a crime punishable by years in prison and tremendous fines, but we have an entire industry in this nation devoted to the murder of unborn human beings," says the piece.

As many pro-lifers have already stated, the piece then equates the fight to protect the unborn with the fight for civil rights and the fight to abolish slavery.

"This is the new civil rights cause for our country," the piece continues. "Barely a century after our grave and costly war against slavery, against depriving some human beings of their dignity and based solely on their skin color, we codified into law the right of the citizen to kill her progeny, based solely on its size and location, while unwittingly depriving herself of love that is pure and enduring."

"This is the definition of evil, pure and simple," the piece concludes.

Actor Kevin Sorbo has voiced his pro-life views in the public square before, having once said that Planned Parenthood's sale of baby parts “ought to make you sick”.