Whatever Happened to Sanctity of Life?

Re-blogging this post from my “Whatever” blog series to commemorate Sanctity of Life Sunday here in the U.S.

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INTRODUCTION

Pro-Choice – A political view that believes abortion should continue to be legal and accessible. Pro-choice is not necessarily pro-abortion, but merely being in support of a woman’s having the option available (Urban Dictionary).

Pro-Life – Advocating the legal protection of human embryos and fetuses, especially by favoring the outlawing of abortion on the ground that it is the taking of a human life (The Free Dictionary).

THE BASIC FACTS OF LIFE – THE ABC’S

Abortion – The termination of a pregnancy after,

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2 thoughts on “Whatever Happened to Sanctity of Life?”

  1. Abortion is the most glaring, most evil example of the loss of a sanctity of life. But there are more, and if you believe that one step away from that belief begins a slippery slope, then we’ve been headed towards this evil for a long, long time. Sex trafficking, indentured labor, maltreatment of aliens, racism, secularism … the list is nearly endless. When we lose our way to holiness, we lose our humanity.

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    1. The facts I list in my blog should make it evident to all that abortion, at any stage, is wrong. But if not, the words of the Creator of life should clinch it. But, as in so many aspects of life, the created think they know better than the creator. It’s been that way since the garden. We prefer our “knowledge” over HIs. We choose our way rather than His way. We choose convenience over conscience, lifestyle over life and the slippery slope over the narrow path. Choice is a marvelous gift, but unfortunately all too often we make the wrong choice. In light of all this, God’s grace is truly amazing. By choosing His Son, all our other poor choices are forgiven. Thank you for your comments and God bless.

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