I assume you have not argued abortion based on religion, and where has that got you?<quoted text>
A few thoughts come to mind-
1) Foo has not changed my mind about abortion. I am as anti-abortion now as I was when I started posting.
2) Argueing abortion based on religion will get you nowhere. There are many relious beliefs and they are each important to the people who hold them.
3) When you make a statement, back it up, or say that it is your opinion.
4) Probably the most important thing that Foo has taught me is that just because someone supports abortion rights, that doesn't make them a bad person.
5) Another, and equally important, thing is that posting your objection on a forum doesn't cut it if you don't put your words into action.
6) Prolifers, in many cases, are their own worst enemy.
Now, all this being said, "Twister" is a favorite word game that is played by both sides on here.
There must be a reason you are anti -abortion.
I was for abortion, untill my life changing experience with God.
It seems many want good 'christians " to only speak about the love and forgiveness of God, and any negative comments make them a bad christian.
If the rich young ruler went to most any "church " in the US and asked (what must I do to have eternal life) they would tell him abc repeat after me, and you're saved. Then they would make him a deacon or preacher.
What did Jesus tell him?
I never expect anyone to read what I say and turn around and say "I see the light, thanks",but some ground is harder to sow on.
I mess up alot, and regret saying certain things, but not afraid to admit when I'm wrong.
I believe we are getting used to the dark, and things like abortion where millions of babies are being killed at will, just almost shuts down the mind.
Perhaps we will look back one day, and wonder "what were we thinking "
Especially when sooo many thank God for abortion.
Atleast that is my opinion.