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Your deductive reasoning skills are deficient.
RS stated that abortion is murder -- in fact, the murder of babies.
The Bible consistently holds that murder violates God's Law.
Therefore, it would be inconsistent for a Christian to condone it.
However, it is also inconsistent for a Christian to lie, steal, covet, et al...yet, Christians do commit these sins. Committing sin does not negate a believer's faith; it drives him or her to repentance...again and again. It is the sinner who refuses to repent and who takes pride in his sin whose faith true believers must sincerely doubt.
RS said flat out that a person who condones abortion cannot be a Christian. Impossible, he said. Look it up.
You're need to argue with me just to fill your time isn't working. You obviously don't know what you're talking about and have decided to jump in on the conversation, but you're proving yourself quite ignorant of the facts.
RS claimed a person who condoned abortion could not be a Christian and/or a Catholic. EB claims he is both. An observant Catholic, according to his words. So either RS regards EB as a non-Christian or he's going to eat his words, back pedal and claim that's not what he meant in order to save face. I've already seen that he's choosing the latter.