God's will


Of course this makes a great first topic: it gets people talking and thinking. I, personally, am strongly against it. Having said that, I can't imagine how hard it would be to be faced with the decision to keep a child if it would kill me. I don't think I can really put myself on those shoes but I would hope that I would trust God enough. Also, some candidates feel abortion is ok for not only maternal health, but in the case of rape or incest. Again, I can't put myself in those shoes but I do know there are plenty of people who want babies, who wouldn't see that child as a reminder of a painful experience. It is also not taking the feelings of the baby into consideration, just the woman. The women can voice their pain, these innocent lives can't. I don't feel having an abortion would stop any of the traumatic feelings in the woman though. In fact, I feel the abortion alone might have more trauma. As a Christian, I believe ALL life is important, no matter how it came about. God doesn't make mistakes. . Like the analogy or not, to me abortion is baby genocide. Zygote, fetus, whatever you call it~it's the beginning of a human and it's life should be considered precious. Even if someone could argue for early term abortions, I can not understand how partial-birth abortions are any different from medical murders. Legally, it's a matter of a few inches. Legally, only a few inches make the difference between homicide and partial birth abortion. From my readings, abortion workers have said to see babies moving away from the abortion instuments at 12 weeks.

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