I endorse a woman's right to choose abortion as much as I endorse her right to carry a pregnancy to term, as much as I endorse her right to marry her lesbian partner, or a heterosexual man, as much as I endorse her right for equal pay for equal work.<quoted text>"even if our religion does not approve of it as a means of casually terminating potential life. Judaism may not endorse elective abortion, per se,..."
Or in honest real words, it soes not promote abortion on demand, which means it limits a womans choice, soemthing you and fofud have been denying for weeks.
The pedals going backwards are going faster and faster.
Either you enodrse a woman's right to her choice when she wants to freely exercise her choice of an abortion for any reason, or you don't. If you do, then don't use the Blessed Faith of Judaism to support your hedonistic proabortion pagan stance.
You and fud got busted.
Ingenita levitas et erudita vanitas
And I don't need Judaism to back that position up. The fact that my religion doesn't promote elective abortion as a means of casually terminating potential life, does not mean it limits a woman choice.
I'm sure you just love the idea that I may be backpedaling. But, fact is, I'm not. Don't need to. I support choice for women and for men. And my religion also supports choice.
Bottom line, I'm just as in line with my faith as you are with yours. Your faith, however, is the one who limits choice for women, by suggesting her only means of dealing with an unwanted pregnancy is adoption, which unequivocally forces her to go through a pregnancy she doesn't want.
Very much in line with the hypocrisy known as christianity.