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A murder is a murder is a murder!

The Florida case of an infant born alive during an abortion, highlights the fundamental illogic and utter heinousness of the very act of abortion. This Florida case refers to the events as a “botched abortion”, because the woman went into labor and gave birth. The abortion facility worker then simply puts the baby (alive at the time) into a bag, effectively suffocating the baby, then proceeds to dump the baby into the trash. Why is this abortion any more “botched” than a standard abortion? If the abortion was done according to proper procedure the baby would have been murdered inside the womb of the mother, then dumped into the trash. Why should one be considered murder, while the other is not?

I would love to have someone who is pro-choice explain to me why it is that one scenario should be considered legal and moral, while the other is both illegal and immoral. Why should one be punishable in a court of law as a form of homicide, while the other is legal, rewarded financially in a handsome way, and now encouraged around the world by our tax dollars (thanks to the act of President Obama)? We have become a culture of death, but above this, we have become a culture that sacrifices life, logic and all ethical standards to the gods of self, choice, ease and comfort.

 

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February 5, 2009 - Posted by | Uncategorized

5 Comments »

  1. You’re absolutely right.

    Comment by John E | February 6, 2009

  2. It does strain credulity, doesn’t it?
    dm

    Comment by Dave Moody | February 6, 2009

  3. What is perhaps more disturbing than the secular “culture of death” is the failure of the Presbyterian Church (USA) to stand against abortion. We embrace abortion–the cruel tortuous death of the most innocent and tiny human life–as a solution to the problem of an unintended pregnancy. We counsel women that abortion may be the “lesser of two evils” or “a noble choice”. We pay for abortions through the Medical Benefits Plan for our pastors. Where is the outcry from the pulpits and pews? You may be sure our deafening silence is heard by the Creator of each pre-born child whose life is snuffed out by abortion.

    Comment by Marie Bowen | February 9, 2009

  4. Thank you Marie.

    Amen and Amen! You are absolutely 100% correct. It astonished and frightened me when I, as an associate, had to argue with an “evangelical” senior pastor, who resisted putting in a bulletin insert supporting Presbyterians Pro-Life.

    Our family prays often for all of you with PPL. May the Lord continue to bless and encourage your vital ministry.

    In Jesus Christ our Lord,
    Adel

    Comment by Adel | February 9, 2009

  5. Like anyone else, sometimes self-described evangelicals can be cowards.

    Comment by John Erthein | February 9, 2009


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