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Old 07-02-2022, 06:10 PM
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Pro-lifers want the baby to come to term, but won’t care for a child that needs a loving home. That is their position. That after the child is born no one cares what happens after that.
Did you forget to switch usernames or something? lol

Christians want people to be responsible. You get pregnant, you take care of the child. You get someone pregnant, you take care of the child.

If you don't want a child, then don't have sex.

Anyone who thinks it is reasonable to murder a child just because you don't want it is not somebody who can or needs to be reasoned with.

But there is always a silver lining. The wicked set a trap but they themselves fall into it. Only wicked people murder their own children. Only people wholly unfit to reproduce murder their own children. So abortion is self limiting and self selecting, just like trannyism and gayism: none of those peoples' genes need to be reproduced and they themselves make sure of it.

Meanwhile, outlawing murder is the right thing to do. The degenerates cannot be allowed to run amok. Of course they won't like that, but too bad.
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Old 07-02-2022, 06:11 PM
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If they abort their kids, the kids automatically go to heaven.
Who says so?
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If they abort their kids, the kids automatically go to heaven.

If they have the kids, there’s a high chance the kids will be brainwashed into the gay agenda and end up in hell.

Explain to me how abortion is the worse option.
Abortion is murdering a child's life. You cannot be serious.
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Abortions to save the life of the mother are virtually unheard of, at least if they're being honest and it's a physical malady rather than them claiming it's a mental health crisis. If there's a physical issue threatening the mother's life, then that's typically easy to detect very early on (and potentially correct). If it's somehow only detected later in pregnancy, then they would be just as well off to do a C-Section instead of an abortion.

I would argue that 12% number is vastly overinflated, even. Forced abortions (as opposed to a miscarriage) to save the mother's life are extremely rare.
I got those stats from Very Well Health.com.
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Old 07-02-2022, 08:30 PM
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Who says so?
I assume so since the kid has not committed any sin. If you think otherwise, I’m interested to hear your viewpoint.
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Old 07-02-2022, 08:34 PM
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Abortion is murdering a child's life. You cannot be serious.
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Did you forget to switch usernames or something? lol

Christians want people to be responsible. You get pregnant, you take care of the child. You get someone pregnant, you take care of the child.

If you don't want a child, then don't have sex.

Anyone who thinks it is reasonable to murder a child just because you don't want it is not somebody who can or needs to be reasoned with.

But there is always a silver lining. The wicked set a trap but they themselves fall into it. Only wicked people murder their own children. Only people wholly unfit to reproduce murder their own children. So abortion is self limiting and self selecting, just like trannyism and gayism: none of those peoples' genes need to be reproduced and they themselves make sure of it.

Meanwhile, outlawing murder is the right thing to do. The degenerates cannot be allowed to run amok. Of course they won't like that, but too bad.
Jito & Mfblume,
The emboldened statement is exactly what I was saying..
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Did you forget to switch usernames or something? lol

Christians want people to be responsible. You get pregnant, you take care of the child. You get someone pregnant, you take care of the child.

If you don't want a child, then don't have sex.

Anyone who thinks it is reasonable to murder a child just because you don't want it is not somebody who can or needs to be reasoned with.

But there is always a silver lining. The wicked set a trap but they themselves fall into it. Only wicked people murder their own children. Only people wholly unfit to reproduce murder their own children. So abortion is self limiting and self selecting, just like trannyism and gayism: none of those peoples' genes need to be reproduced and they themselves make sure of it.

Meanwhile, outlawing murder is the right thing to do. The degenerates cannot be allowed to run amok. Of course they won't like that, but too bad.
I said that is THEIR position.
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Old 07-02-2022, 09:14 PM
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I said that is THEIR position.
I don't see where you said "They say..."?
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Jito & Mfblume,
The emboldened statement is exactly what I was saying..
I saw that, but your overall point was let them kill their own. And this is talking about murder. So, let them murder themselves? I just can't see how a person can be that casual about it.
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Also,why are pro lifers (who are generally evangelicals) interested in unbelievers populating the earth with more unbelievers who are going to feed into the gay agenda anyway?

Pro lifers don’t care about the babies cos once they are born, they complain about the babies being on welfare. Might as well let the pro choice people minimize the progeny…

The pro life thing is just to score cheap political points. Let the unbelievers limit their progeny and let the believers AMPLIFY their progeny.
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If they abort their kids, the kids automatically go to heaven.

If they have the kids, there’s a high chance the kids will be brainwashed into the gay agenda and end up in hell.

Explain to me how abortion is the worse option.
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Jito & Mfblume,
The emboldened statement is exactly what I was saying..
God has not authorized the murder of unborn children in the womb.

"You shall not commit murder" is an everlasting commandment.

Therefore, any law attempting to contravene what God has commanded, is a perversion of justice, and is not to be desired by those who care about establishing righteousness in the world.
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