- Jul 28, 2007
i see no logic in not supporting abortion other than plainly to create a conflict of opinion.
because a nine year old girl would know what she was dying for.Well if medical opinion said that she would certainly die, I would offer that two lives can be better than one. That sort of self-sacrifice would be a beautiful example to the world
/flees to fort
I didnt notice that she was 9 guysbecause a nine year old girl would know what she was dying for.
there is no chance in hell i'd let my nine year old kid die giving birth to twins because 'two lives would be better than one', especially seeing as she probably wouldn't even understand it.
this is such a sad story. and i agree, the church should be supporting the girl in this time.
did you even bother to read the OP?noone cares about your little crusade against christianity,
feminazis like you think killing babies is ok, and although cases like this do occur, they are very, VERY rare.
For the most part, women partake in 'abortions' simply for their own convenience, ie. they didnt keep their legs closed.
so before you go trying to monger hate against the church i suggest you think about what youre doing.
not that i care about your worthless opinion, but i thought a more logical brain process should be demonstrated here.
It's not that the family has been kicked out of the church, it's that they so strongly cobdemn it.I find it interesting how so many bosers are so vehemently anti-religion.
Yet, when a religious institution expels some of it's members because they dont adhere to it's well defined rules you all cry blue murder.
Well it obviously doesn't.That is, unless you admit that religion does actually improve the lives of millions of people, regardless of how factually based it is.
Rubbish. Under 'normal' circumstances I think there is a definite case for disallowing abortion (ie when it is used in lieu of/as well as and to the same purpose as contraception). However, in cases like these (ie rape and serious risk to the mother's life/wellbeing) then yes, there is little logic - or morality - in saying no to it.i see no logic in not supporting abortion other than plainly to create a conflict of opinion.
Saying that religion doesn't help improve the lives of atleast some of it's followers is a pretty epic claim, got evidence to back that up?
No, the church can condemn whatever it wants, freedom of speech mang. The fact that they felt so strongly as to excommunicate the family is what everyone is angry about.It's not that the family has been kicked out of the church, it's that they so strongly cobdemn it.