Wednesday, March 01, 2006

100th Post is a Good One - More Abortions Likely to be Banned

So to honor the 100th post of this blog, I'd like to share some good news:

Mississippi advances bill to ban most abortions!


Following suit with South Dakota, another Democrat decided to stop attacking parts of abortion laws and just decided to attack almost the whole thing. Just like South Dakota, there will be the exception clause for the life of the mother, but again, that is really not an issue since that pratically never happens, and with the development of science, it won't be an issue long.

Let's pray that hearts begin to change. It's good that the law is reflecting a better understanding of the human person, but we still need to pray that people start to reflect a better understanding of the human person, through their thoughts, words, and actions.

Remember you are dust, and unto dust you shall return!

2 Comments:

Blogger Circe said...

did god give us freewill or not? did he give us brains to evolve and invent?

using the bible as a means to argue for the ban on abortions disregards, first, the consitutional rights of US citizens, who DON'T have to be christians. second, the bible has been translated again and again, and some of those people (king james in particualr) had political agendas; therefore, the bible is not what it used to be. And, back to the first point, some of us are not christians (and that's allowed). Finally, if you truly call yourself a christian and believe in the words of the bible, then think back to the part about god saying that HE is the judge and not regular people. Stop trying to speak for god.

3:32 PM  
Blogger MilesEcclesiae said...

Wow, circe, you are all over the place.

As for being a country of religious freedom- yes of course.

We do not want Jewish babies murdered any more or less than we want Muslim or Catholic babies murdered.

For your second point about being judges, we again agree with you that God is the one and only judge of the human heart.

However, He does let us know what his rules are. When someone breaks those rules, like "Thou shall not kill" we can say, "That is not right". That is making no judgment upon the person, but upon the act.

We condemn no one. However, God has given us the wisdom and the reason to understand that murder is always wrong.

In fact, you don't need to be a Christian to figure that out.

6:37 PM  

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