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originally posted by: watchitburn
What makes human life more important than any other animal?
Wouldn't making an omelette constitute abortion? Where's the outrage over egg McMuffins?
Omelettes are made from unfertilized eggs which never were alive.
originally posted by: VoidHawk
There will never be agreement on this topic so why keep bringing it up?
Ludmila had a near-death experience and came back to life. During the time that her spirit was out of body, she found herself suddenly in front of a ‘mountain-sized’pile of dismembered aborted babies! When she asked: “What is this?” God replied: “These are your ‘sins’”
She was in shock as she observed this genocide of so many unborn aborted babies. Her shock increased as she observed various human ‘pieces’ beginning to ‘come together’ and form ‘one’ baby. Immediately, this baby began to run directly towards her mother, Ludmila while screaming: “Mommy! Mommy!!!”
As the baby came within feet of her, the Ludmila realized she could not receive her child or help her because there was a ‘huge and solid but transparent wall’ between her and the baby. As a mother, she experienced sheer agony as she saw demonic spirits of abortion tearing away at her baby! The baby was screaming in pain! This scene was repeated several times in front of the totally helpless mother.
Ludmila cried out to God, then Jesus said: “I will help you save your baby, but you must help me. I want you to go to return to earth and tell everything you saw here.” Suddenly, Ludmila came back to life, never to be the same again!
“When She Died, She Came “Face to Face’ With Her Unborn Baby.”
"Suddenly I felt as though I had separated from my body...I didn't hover around the ceiling very long. Angels that were so bright they were almost difficult to look at were waiting for me...I came upon a group of children of all different ages who were running, jumping and playing. Then another group of children caught my eye.
As I stood and watched these children, I heard a voice say, "You're wondering who those children are...These are children who died from diseases, wars, accidents, murders and other things that happen to children. Some were stillbirths and others died from miscarriages. These are all the children that I brought home to be with me. No harm can ever come to them again." Then the voice choked back tears as He pointed out another group of children and said, "See those children? I had a plan for their lives. I had things for them to do. But because of the selfishness of sin, and the hardness of peoples' hearts, these children were aborted and sent back to me."
He pointed out another group of children and, with the same trembling voice said, "I sent these children to the homes of so-called Christians. I sent these children for ministry. I sent them for exhortation. I sent them to help the world. But their parents listened to the ways of the world. They listened to wrong counsel. They thought they had financial problems and could not afford these children. They had secret abortions, thinking that no-one would find out. But nothing is hidden from Me." "
Is My Kid in Heaven?
originally posted by: Thetan
Here is a very simple argument against abortion.
All intentional killing of innocent human beings is wrong.
Abortion is the intentional killing of an innocent human being.
Therefore, abortion is wrong.
One exception. If the mothers life was to be in imminent danger if she were to have the child, then the killing of the fetus would be a foreseen variable, but not the intent.
originally posted by: Murgatroid
I can assure you that you are 100% incorrect on that one...
One day day very soon every last one of us will all be in agreement about abortion.
What goes around, comes around.
originally posted by: Metallicus
You addressed the crux of the issue, but not everyone believes that human life needs to be treated with respect. Also, many people that support abortion don't agree that human life begins with conception. Now, I agree with you, but given that we can't always agree on these issue do you and I have the right to tell others what they need to do because of our beliefs or do they have the right to their own beliefs?
As much as this is a difficult issue; I have to allow others to have the freedom to make their own decisions. Even when I think they are wrong.