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To me it is ironic that those who pride themselves on defending the rights of the weak, murder them in the womb when they are the most weak. What kind of hypocrisy is that?
Self-congratulating pseudo-humanitarians advocate a deadly force of violence unleashed against infants that makes the Nazi Holocaust look mild by comparison. In our world, we’re slaughtering between fifty and sixty million babies a year. In the United States on record is 1.5 million abortions a year. Every third baby conceived is murdered in the womb. Four thousand a day plus, 170 an hour–Planned Parenthood alone kills one every ninety-five seconds.
A law to protect goldfish
The Physicians Association of Planned Parenthood released this statement, quote: “Abortion is a treatment for unwanted pregnancy, the second sexually transmitted disease.” Pregnancy is a sexually transmitted disease.
Our nation and others are murdering a whole generation of humans in mass infanticide that was legalized in January of 1973 by the Roe v. Wade decision made by an unrighteous group of people on the Supreme Court.
Now forty-three percent of all women have an abortion and forty-seven percent of abortions are repeats.
It’s legal to do to a child what you might be arrested for doing to a cat, or a dog, or certainly an eagle. In fact, Massachusetts made it illegal to award goldfish as a prize at a fair. And the document from the Massachusetts law said this was to protect the tendency to dull humanitarian feelings and corrupt the morals of those who abuse them–a law to prevent the abuse of goldfish.
Buying a prayer!
And when Simon saw that through laying on of the apostles’ hands the Holy Ghost was given, he offered them money – Acts 8:18
But Peter said unto him, Thy money perish with thee, because thou hast thought that the gift of God may be purchased with money. – Acts 8:20
In Asia, the trauma over abortion–just for an illustration, you can pick any place in the world, but the trauma in Asia over the tens of millions of abortions that are done there.
As you would know, China is a major leader in abortions. They’re the only nation probably in the world that has a more liberal approach to that than America does; has unleashed upon the Asian women a horror of guilt and suffering from having abortions.
And so there have been temples erected, built literally, in Asia with the expressed purpose of memorializing water babies. They’re Buddhist temples and the person who feels some need to memorialize that the baby that they aborted can go to these temples, and they can purchase for a large sum of money a small little Buddha as a memorial for the aborted child, and that Buddha will be put on display there.
And there are temples that have, for example, 10,000 of these little Buddhas on display on the grounds–becomes a commercial attraction where people come and take photographs of them. It costs many hundreds of dollars to get the supposed relief that comes from purchasing your little Buddha, and then additionally you can buy a prayer.
The last prices I saw, you can buy a prayer for about $120.00 and they will pray for your water baby. And then, if you have additional abortions, it’s only $40.00 each additional abortion.
So the Buddhists have figured out a way to make money even after the abortion, on the guilt and the sadness of people.
Suicide rate among people who have had an abortion goes up between 400 and 800 percent.
Many studies in 1957–there have been about thirty-some studies on the effect of having had an abortion on breast cancer. It greatly raises the risk. Twenty-seven out of about thirty-five studies indicate there’s a significant increase in breast cancer risk for someone who has an abortion because it’s such a terrible interruption of the normal cycle, to say nothing of depression, withdrawal, guilt, shame, alcohol dependency, etc.
Abortion through the centuries
If you go back into philosophy, go back in the Greek philosophy–ancient Greek philosophy–Plato and Aristotle recommended family growth limitation by abortion. If you go back into ancient Western civilization, you’ll find that abortion was to conceal illicit sex so that you could be free to do whatever you wanted to do and nobody would know.
You would abort the life. Rich women, I read, didn’t want to have to give their wealth to lower-class children. They just wanted to have sex with lower-class men and so, when children were conceived, they would kill them.
The churches view on abortion
The early church followed in that same stand. Christianity has always been against murder of any kind, especially against the murder of an unprotected infant in a womb. The Didache, codification of early Christian writings, said, “You shall not murder a child by abortion.”
That’s how explicit it was. You shall not murder a child by abortion. The Didache saw the way of death as full of cursing, murder, adulteries, murders of children, and abortion–abortion.
The church has always said abortion brings the judgment of God because it is murder. The Reformation didn’t change that. Abortion has always been seen as violence, slaughter, and it brings divine judgment.
Jews fell into idolatry
The Jews who were against abortion fell into idolatry, as you know, and began to take their born children and incinerate them on an altar to Molech, burning them as human sacrifices. That was the kind of sin that led to their destruction, their death, their judgement, and their captivity–brought their nation to an end.
The 14th Amendment
Well, you know all those things. Nineteen seventy-three, it was January 22 when this horrendous decision came out of a court that certainly should have known better. The Fourteenth Amendment, the Constitution says, “No person shall be deprived of life.” “No person shall be deprived of life without due process of law.”
What’s the due process for an infant in the womb? Legalized murder. The court ignored the reality of life beginning at conception, which is when life begins. And at that point you have a person. Criminals in our history have been prosecuted successfully for killing unborn children in an attack on a pregnant woman. A person can be prosecuted even today for killing an unborn infant in the womb of a mother, but a mother can’t be prosecuted for killing that infant.