Poll says 44% of self-identified Christians think the Bible is “ambiguous” on abortion

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Not The Bee: If you’re one of those self-identified Christians who say you think that the Bible is “ambiguous” on abortion, keep reading and in a couple minutes you’ll no longer be able to say that.

  • For you created my inmost being … Psalm 139:13
  • From birth I was cast on you … Psalm 22:10
  • “Before I formed you in the womb I knew you … Jeremiah 1:5
  • When Elizabeth heard Mary’s greeting, the baby leaped in her womb …Luke 1:41
  • Did not he who made me in the womb make them? … Job 31:15
  • This is what the LORD says — your Redeemer, who formed you in the womb …Isaiah 44:24
  • Children are a heritage from the LORD …Psalm 127:3-5
  • But when He who had set me apart before I was born …Galatians 1:15
  • If people are fighting and hit a pregnant woman … Exodus 21:22-25 [Old Testament law]
  • And last but not least, in light of all the preceding verses, let’s add this one:
    • You shall not murder …Exodus 20:13 Read More

Opinion: Democrats fear Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s pro-life position, as abortion is now a sacrament of the left.

Abortion began as a remedy for rape and incest in 1973 but has evolved to abortion up to the moment of birth. It won’t stop there, as progressivism must keep breaking new ground.

The next steps are already here …

Did you get that, the live infant would be kept comfortable? …

Post-birth abortion, or murder, has one obvious next step, involuntary euthanasia for the elderly.

Review of countries where Euthanasia has been legalized. Increasing of involuntary euthanasia, without consent by patients

Euthanasia a slippery slope that could end in involuntary euthanasia

Euthanasia was legalized in Belgium in 2002, where is defined as “the intentional termination of a patient’s life by a physician at the patient’s request”, so that only voluntary euthanasia may be legally carried out in Belgium (J Med Ethics 41; 625-629, 2015). However, this legal requirement of voluntarism is not always fulfilled.

Thus, a study conducted in Flanders in 1996 found that 3.3% of cases of euthanasia had occurred without the prior request of the patient. In other words, they were involuntary euthanasias. Another study (also in Flanders) found that there had been 1796 cases of involuntary euthanasias (3.2%). A more recent study from 2007 found that the percentage of involuntary euthanasia was 1.8%, while another in 2013 found 1.7%.

However — and we believe this is important — the percentage of involuntary euthanasia in patients who were 80-years-old or over rose to 52.7%, while in those with diseases other than cancer, this figure reached 67.5%. The decision was not discussed with the patient in 77.9% of cases (J Med Ethics 41; 625-629, 2015). read more

Then the Lord saw that the wickedness of man was great in the earth, and that every intent of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually.” Genesis 6:5

Thanks to Vason for sending in this article.