June VanDerMark wrote:<quoted text>
Abortion: the Greatest Crime Against Humanity
The killing of unborn babies is a crime against humanity and a great shame for our world. In the United States, more than 1.3 million unborn babies are killed in abortions each year. Approximately 50 million babies have been killed since abortion was legalized in 1973.
Since the beginning of time, man has known in his heart that certain things were wrong. These truths
are called the Natural Law, which God has placed on our hearts in order to help us discern what is good
and what is evil. Most men of reason, even those who do not believe in God, will acknowledge the
existence of the Natural Law. In Sophocles drama Antigone, the authors awareness of the Natural
Law is shown through the manner in which he depicts Antigoness response to King Creon during his
examination of her.Because it was not Zeus who ordered it, nor Justice, dweller with the Nether
gods, gave such a law to men; nor did I deem your ordinance of so much binding force, as that a mortal
man could overbear the unchangeable unwritten code of Heaven.
There is no fear of God in our society. Abortion is murder according to the Word of God, but Satan through his best creation, democracy, has succeeded to have people believe in the lie that abortion has nothing to do with a real human being, but it is only a clump of unwanted useless cells.
Did you know that the 1973 Roe v. Bolton Supreme Court rulings that legalized abortion on demand marked the second time in American history that the Court denied personhood status to human being?
In 1857, the United States Supreme Court ruled slaves were the property of their masters with no more human rights than a piece of furniture. The rulings stemmed from a suit filed by Dred Scott, a slave taken to the free state of Missouri by his master. Scott contended that since he was in a state that did not allow slavery he should be freed. The Court did not agree and sided with the slave owner and declared The right of property in a slave is distinctly and expressly affirmed in the Constitution.
Likewise Roe v. Wade bestowed upon the unborn the status of being the property of their mothers to do with as they choose, including abortion up to the ninth month of pregnancy. Ironically, both the Dred Scott and Roe decisions were decided by a 7-2 majority.
That is your opinion. Some people believe that there is no soul or spirit of a god in a fetus, and that abortion it is no different than ending the life of a cow or a pig that is made up of cells.
The embryo starts as one cell and the cells multiply until they create a form that resembles a baby.
By the way ... are you a meat eater??? If so, you are a murderer.