The Radical Notion That All Life Should Be Valued & That Truth Will Prevail

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Where's Her Choice?

Have you heard the story from down in Corpus Christi, Texas? If not, I will try and enlighten you.

A 14-year old girl is pregnant, and wants to keep her baby. Her choice, right? Well, her family wants her to get an abortion. They have assaulted her in their efforts to try and force her to have an abortion.

Right now, she has a restraining order against them, but that's only til January 19th when they go back to court. I can only pray that this judge rules in her favor. If this judge allows her family to force her into abortion, that completely throws out the "pro-choice" sides argument that it- abortion- is every woman's right to choose. This girl has chosen- she's chosen life.

Where is her choice?

Two links below to let you read more on this.

Saturday, January 7, 2012

Overpopulation myth

I realize I've not updated in a few months but I'm back with more to say. Although honestly, I always have something to say. I just don't always write.

As the title suggests, the concern for overpopulation is what I shall be briefly address. Now for starters, overpopulation is not even true, and I shall provide a link or two to prove it. But say it were true, why do we spend money trying to find ways of keeping people alive longer? Shouldn't we let them die? I mean, if overpopulation is true, we would let everyone die, no medical interference, no research trying to advance life spans.

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

fact not opinion video

Abortion: only a women issue?

No, abortion also concerns men. They have a responsibility to speak out against abortion because real men don't stand by with their hands in their pockets while the unborn are being killed. Men against abortion have every right to speak against it and those who tell them to shut up need to stay consistent and tell the ones who are for it to shut up also. After all, if it doesn't concern men why should they say it's ok to kill the unborn?

The pro-choice side is so quick to tell prolife men to shut it yet again, they're inconsistent. They also didn't mind that in 1973 when Roe. v. Wade was decided upon all members were male- but wait, they shouldn't have a voice in the matter! Yet they were the ones who legalized abortion.

Again, most abortionists are men. Many men force women into abortion. So evidently the only men the prochoice side wants silenced are the men who believe women can do better than abortion.

And lastly, if the argument is men cannot get pregnant therefore shouldn't have a voice in it, what about the women who can't get pregnant? Should only fertile women be allowed to have an opinion?

Friday, September 2, 2011

Abby Johnson

I feel like it should be said that Abby Johnson should not be hated or looked down on. No she's not perfect but are you or I? Yea didn't think so. She worked for an abortion clinic, yes, and because of that I'm always hearing horrible things about her. Yes, she worked there. But ya know what? she's pro-life now, one of us! She worked against us at one point in her life and regrets it, but she can'...t change it and neither will hatred; hatred does nothing good.
It is also said "too bad she didn't change sooner." Lets look at the positive- she changed! God was working on her, and we as humans are very weak sometimes, not strong enough to do the right thing and ignore Him.
Y'all remember Paul? yeah he was Saul, killer of Christians. He switched sides (like Abby). Jesus forgave him, and Paul did great things. Yes, if he had changed sooner more Christians woulda lived, but the thing is he repented and turned from his sinful, wicked ways. He did great things!
Abby can't change her past, the things she did and neither could Paul. But God gave both His mercy, grace and love. Let us extend the same to her. She is fighting for life just as strongly if not more so than she did for abortion.
Let us love one another, let us be pro-life and not merely anti-abortion