This made me think of marriage vows in that what God had joined together let no man put asunder. My thought was God brings people into our lives and if one does his will and goes through courtship to marriage then consumate the marriage once again God joined not only female to male but seed to soil or sperm to egg once again what God has joined together..... I looked up asunder and this is what it said.What God has created, who are we to destroy?
Currently in medicine, we have advanced our technology and understanding to be able to care for and nourish very early premature infants, even into the second trimester. People easily agree they have rights but across town another, same gestational age infant is snatched from the mother's body in a horrific manner. Where should we draw the line? The only answer that can be medically supported is before conception.
It isn't just another 'procedure' in medicine. There is virtually nothing as disgusting as the suction causing ripping and destruction of formed placental and fetal tissue that occurs with an abortion, not to mention the pain imposed on the fetus being torn apart. This is not meant to be sensational, although it is. This is to make the point that medical 'procedures' are to fix a problem and nearly all are neat and clean with this exception. When physicians remove a uterus, for example, they do their best to remove it intact. Not so with an abortion. The goal is simple evacuation. Doctors are sworn to stand up for life and to minimize suffering for all patients. Those who perform abortions have violated the Hippocratic oath. They forget that the fetus is a patient too.
1 : into parts <torn asunder>
2 : apart from each other in position <wide asunder>
Sounds like and abortion is also ment in those words. What do you think?