Who do you support for Governor in Oh...
ino

Waverly, OH

#32318 Aug 1, 2014
Is this the story he gave his wife after he was caught? Sure honey, I believe you.. LOL

http://www.chillicothegazette.com/story/news/...
Duke for Mayor

Akron, OH

#32319 Aug 1, 2014
woo-boy wrote:
The three stooges are at it again.
They provide you internet access at IBH?

woof
Pops

Cincinnati, OH

#32320 Aug 1, 2014
Canton wrote:
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Since abortion isn't mentioned in the Bible, I guess you are okay with corporations making up their own religions. Piss off. You can pretend to follow along all day but us thinking folks know better. Go polish your guns. You know. The ones Obama took away. I studied the Bible for 12 years and worked for Newt Gingrich for several years. You? You have a mouth.
Automobiles, trains, asprin, ice water, computers & sewing machines etc aren't mentioned in the bible either, so what the heck is your sad non-important point?? Troll
Pops

Cincinnati, OH

#32321 Aug 1, 2014
Canton wrote:
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People voted for Romney with their Bibles, just like they did with the American disaster GW Bush.
And they voted for Obama with their Koran's ??
Again, what is your pointless point?
Abe

Jackson, OH

#32322 Aug 1, 2014
pops fixin take a asswoopin.
xxxrayted

Maple Heights, OH

#32323 Aug 1, 2014
Pops wrote:
<quoted text> Automobiles, trains, asprin, ice water, computers & sewing machines etc aren't mentioned in the bible either, so what the heck is your sad non-important point?? Troll
I think his point is that since there were no such thing as abortion in biblical times, it's not considered a sin. He fails to realize that murder is a sin and abortions are considered murder by most if not all religious organizations.
d pantz

Toledo, OH

#32325 Aug 2, 2014
Ant wrote:
Silly people
More like pathetic. http://m.youtube.com/watch...
d pantz

Toledo, OH

#32326 Aug 2, 2014
Duke for Mayor wrote:
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They provide you internet access at IBH?
woof
Not since father Sam bit the bullet.
Old Guy

Cincinnati, OH

#32328 Aug 2, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
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I think his point is that since there were no such thing as abortion in biblical times, it's not considered a sin.
Actually, there were intentional, drug induced abortions in Biblical times.

"The Bible never specifically mentions abortion. This is significant, because herbal abortifacients--most notably pennyroyal and silphium--were in common use at the time that the New Testament was written. Jesus, Paul, and the other major figures of the New Testament were surrounded by cultures that practiced abortion, but no specific condemnation of the practice can be found in the Bible."

http://civilliberty.about.com/od/abortion/f/b...
xxxrayted wrote:
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I think his point is that since there were no such thing as abortion in biblical times, it's not considered a sin. He fails to realize that murder is a sin and abortions are considered murder by most if not all religious organizations.
But there are places in the Bible where a distinction between the death of a fetus and the death of an individual is made quite clear.

Exodus 21:22-23 King James Version (KJV)

22 If men strive, and hurt a woman with child, so that her fruit depart from her, and yet no mischief follow: he shall be surely punished, according as the woman's husband will lay upon him; and he shall pay as the judges determine.

23 And if any mischief follow, then thou shalt give life for life.

https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/...

What this means is that if two men are fighting and accidentally hit a woman, causing her to miscarry, they will be fined. However, if the mother dies, the penalty is death. The lesson from this is that death of a fetus is not murder (which is punishable by death), but more similar to losing property (which is punished by a fine.)
Barnsweb

Louisville, OH

#32329 Aug 2, 2014
ino wrote:
Is this the story he gave his wife after he was caught? Sure honey, I believe you.. LOL
http://www.chillicothegazette.com/story/news/...
Sounds more like a red-herring being dragged across the path to get the democratic dogs barking;-) Knowing them as I do, they stoop lower than any human could to derail people from what needs to be addressed.

Democratic ticket?

No way after the the lie we were sold in the last couple of elections. I think only fools would vote democratic. Where are the Libertarians? or anyone who would have the courage to not resign on the emergency powers act that has been in place since 1933 that derailed our Constitutional government and rights.

Is Ohio just full of numbskulls in the cities here? Just sayin'....
Barnsweb

Louisville, OH

#32330 Aug 2, 2014
Old Guy wrote:
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Actually, there were intentional, drug induced abortions in Biblical times.
"The Bible never specifically mentions abortion. This is significant, because herbal abortifacients--most notably pennyroyal and silphium--were in common use at the time that the New Testament was written. Jesus, Paul, and the other major figures of the New Testament were surrounded by cultures that practiced abortion, but no specific condemnation of the practice can be found in the Bible."
http://civilliberty.about.com/od/abortion/f/b...
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But there are places in the Bible where a distinction between the death of a fetus and the death of an individual is made quite clear.
Exodus 21:22-23 King James Version (KJV)
22 If men strive, and hurt a woman with child, so that her fruit depart from her, and yet no mischief follow: he shall be surely punished, according as the woman's husband will lay upon him; and he shall pay as the judges determine.
23 And if any mischief follow, then thou shalt give life for life.
https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/...
What this means is that if two men are fighting and accidentally hit a woman, causing her to miscarry, they will be fined. However, if the mother dies, the penalty is death. The lesson from this is that death of a fetus is not murder (which is punishable by death), but more similar to losing property (which is punished by a fine.)
Look up the passages about blood on their skirts - those are about abortion.

God is about life and having children - they are supposed to be a blessing.
xxxrayted

Maple Heights, OH

#32331 Aug 2, 2014
Old Guy wrote:
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What this means is that if two men are fighting and accidentally hit a woman, causing her to miscarry, they will be fined. However, if the mother dies, the penalty is death. The lesson from this is that death of a fetus is not murder (which is punishable by death), but more similar to losing property (which is punished by a fine.)
It says unintentional death to a fetus, not intentional. As to the earlier version of the Morning After pill, I found this:

At About.com , Tom Head makes the case for ambiguity in What does the Bible say about abortion? What Head adds to the argument is this.

The Bible never specifically mentions abortion. This is significant, because herbal abortifacients–most notably pennyroyal and silphium–were in common use at the time that the New Testament was written. Jesus, Paul, and the other major figures of the New Testament were surrounded by cultures that practiced abortion, but no specific condemnation of the practice can be found in the Bible.

In an era when most women married early and enhanced their status by having a child, why would it have been common to have an abortion? What exactly would have constituted common use of an abortifacient? I doubt Head has the slightest idea. Anyway, he does not say, and the herbs he mentions probably were not used as he suggests.

According to this NIH link pennyroyal is unsafe. That is, it would have been dangerous to use.

Wikipedia (here) and Sylphium Life Sciences (here) say silphium is either extinct or we just don’t know what ancient herbalists called silphium is anymore.

Therefore, how many of the ancients used either pennyroyal or silphium as abortifacients and how effective they may have been is purely speculative.

http://citizentom.com/2012/11/24/what-does-th...
Old Guy

Cincinnati, OH

#32332 Aug 2, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
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At About.com , Tom Head makes the case for ambiguity in What does the Bible say about abortion?

In an era when most women married early and enhanced their status by having a child, why would it have been common to have an abortion? What exactly would have constituted common use of an abortifacient? I doubt Head has the slightest idea.
I always like it when someone attacks with questions, rather than statements. It's usually a tell that they are faking it.

This anonymous fellow can't understand how abortifacients could be of interest to women, because babies are always GOOD and enhance a woman's status.

Unless your husband has been away at war for a year.

Or you aren't married at all, and just had some brief fun with the lower caste gardener.

Or you were raped by your brother.

Just 3 ideas for Mr. Questions to consider, in his quest to understand why a woman would ever desire an abortion.
ino

Waverly, OH

#32333 Aug 2, 2014
FREE BC for women now No reason to be prego unless you want to be.
d pantz

Detroit, MI

#32334 Aug 3, 2014
Pops wrote:
<quoted text> And they voted for Obama with their Koran's ??
Again, what is your pointless point?
Right? All those Catholics voted with their Korans? I swear some people are just programmed to believe this crap. Guess what! Obana won. He got a the most votes it pretty much all demographics! Democrats.... you own the nascar voter too!
xxxrayted

Maple Heights, OH

#32335 Aug 3, 2014
Old Guy wrote:
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I always like it when someone attacks with questions, rather than statements. It's usually a tell that they are faking it.
This anonymous fellow can't understand how abortifacients could be of interest to women, because babies are always GOOD and enhance a woman's status.
Unless your husband has been away at war for a year.
Or you aren't married at all, and just had some brief fun with the lower caste gardener.
Or you were raped by your brother.
Just 3 ideas for Mr. Questions to consider, in his quest to understand why a woman would ever desire an abortion.
The article and links beg the question if these herbal remedies even worked and if they were safe. I would say those are pretty good questions, especially given the fact the bible doesn't mention abortion or these magic potions as if they were non-existant.

I'm no Bible guy as you probably are not either. But if we could honestly answer the question, do you think God or Jesus would approve of any kind of abortion either then or now?

Also, why do most if not all religions consider abortion murder? Okay, we are no biblical scholars, but I would think the people who lead these religions are.
woo-boy

Waverly, OH

#32336 Aug 3, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
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The article and links beg the question if these herbal remedies even worked and if they were safe. I would say those are pretty good questions, especially given the fact the bible doesn't mention abortion or these magic potions as if they were non-existant.
I'm no Bible guy as you probably are not either. But if we could honestly answer the question, do you think God or Jesus would approve of any kind of abortion either then or now?
Also, why do most if not all religions consider abortion murder? Okay, we are no biblical scholars, but I would think the people who lead these religions are.
Religion's are human inventions set up to terrify and enslave mankind, and monopolize power and profit.
Canton

Canton, OH

#32337 Aug 3, 2014
Pops wrote:
<quoted text> Automobiles, trains, asprin, ice water, computers & sewing machines etc aren't mentioned in the bible either, so what the heck is your sad non-important point?? Troll
It also doesn't mention anything about turning the old and feeble into food for cattle.
Canton

Canton, OH

#32338 Aug 3, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
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I think his point is that since there were no such thing as abortion in biblical times, it's not considered a sin. He fails to realize that murder is a sin and abortions are considered murder by most if not all religious organizations.
No, my point is, since abortion and birth control are not mentioned in the Bible, then either Hobby Lobby is making up it's own religion or they are directly interpreting the intentions of an unseen and unproven god to push forward their corporate agenda. A purely corporate agenda which anyone can clearly see by the fact that they provided abortions and birth control in their health insurance plans for years before The Affordable Healthcare Act.

Enjoy eating those facts, although drooling clowns like Pops are FACTos Intollerant.
Canton

Canton, OH

#32339 Aug 3, 2014
Barnsweb wrote:
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Sounds more like a red-herring being dragged across the path to get the democratic dogs barking;-) Knowing them as I do, they stoop lower than any human could to derail people from what needs to be addressed.
Democratic ticket?
No way after the the lie we were sold in the last couple of elections. I think only fools would vote democratic. Where are the Libertarians? or anyone who would have the courage to not resign on the emergency powers act that has been in place since 1933 that derailed our Constitutional government and rights.
Is Ohio just full of numbskulls in the cities here? Just sayin'....
Geee...someone from Louisville Ohio that doesn't like our black president? How many blacks live in Louisville? Any? Oh, and it turns out the "Libertarians" are really just right wing Christian Conservative Republicans trying to hide their tracks from voting for American disaster GW Bush twice. Just like ith your claims that you aren't a bunch or racists, Americans aren't fooled by that one either. Only has been Lawrence Welk fans are buying it.

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