Abortion: a preamble

conception

The Church of Euthanasia

But there is even an organization called The Church of Euthanasia. Their Web page advocates suicide, abortion, cannibalism, and sodomy as the main ways to decrease the human population. Although the Web page contains elements of parody deliberately designed for shock value, the people behind it are deadly serious in their opposition to the continuance of the human race.

They include detailed instructions for committing suicide. The one commandment church members are required to obey is “Thou shalt not procreate.” By deliberately making their views sound as outrageous as possible, they have received widespread coverage.

Christian abortions

Surveys have shown that Christians are divorcing at the same rate as non-Christians. So much for “family values.” People who say they are Christians are getting abortions at a rate as high, or higher, as those who profess a different faith or none at all.

Sex selective abortions

China and India combined who have sex selective neglect and abortions have resulted in both countries having 76 million fewer females than they should have (Klasen,1994). Globally 100 million women are missing. (Fathalla, 1999)

Astute Anaphora

You know, when they say that it sounds so noble. But is it? Is that what we’re supposed to do? I’m not saying God doesn’t expect us to be salt and light in the world. He does. We don’t have any mandate to take back the culture.

Frankly, it doesn’t matter whether you go to hell as a policeman or a prostitute.

It doesn’t matter if you go to hell as a Republican or a Democrat.

It doesn’t matter whether you go to hell as a Capitalist or a Socialist.

It doesn’t matter if you to hell as a pro-abortionist or a pro-life person.

It doesn’t matter. What it does matter is that you go to hell, right?

It doesn’t matter whether you go to hell as somebody who believes that homosexuality is wrong, or somebody who believes it’s right.

It doesn’t matter whether you go to hell as pro-family, or anti-family.

It doesn’t matter whether you go to hell as a supporter of the most conservative guy on the agenda.

It doesn’t matter what your politics are.

It doesn’t even matter what your moral perspective is.

What matters is whether you go to hell, right? We can’t moralize the culture….I can’t respect those people. But at the same time, I don’t hate those people. I understand that’s how people behave who aren’t saved. They are not the enemy, they are the mission field, and everybody like them.

Conceived by rape

Rebecca Kiessling: conceived by a brutal rape, and grateful that she was not executed for her father’s crime while in her mother’s womb; see her website

A mothers love

God had granted King Solomon at his selfless request (1 Kings 3:8–15).

The historical account continues (1 Kings 3:16–28) by explaining how two prostitutes came before the young king.

They roomed together, and both gave birth to a son a few days apart. Unfortunately, one of them had accidentally laid on her baby and smothered him.

The woman who discovered the dead child then claimed that it wasn’t hers, and must have been switched with her living child when she was asleep.

All Solomon could see is two women fighting over one child.

His shocking solution was to order a sword, and say, “Divide the living child in two, and give half to the one and half to the other.”

The response:
“Then the woman whose son was alive said to the king, because her heart yearned for her son, ‘Oh, my lord, give her the living child, and by no means put him to death.’ But the other said, ‘He shall be neither mine nor yours; divide him.’ Then the king answered and said, ‘Give the living child to the first woman, and by no means put him to death; she is his mother.’ And all Israel heard of the judgement that the king had rendered, and they stood in awe of the king, because they perceived that the wisdom of God was in him to do justice.”

Source: Abortion ‘after birth’? Medical ‘ethicists’ promote infanticide by Jonathan Sarfati

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