Abortions Are Not Performed on Women, So Women Should Have No Say in the Matter

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Abortion is murder and nobody has the right to take the life of an innocent child. One of the stupidest arguments on the pro-abortion left is that it’s “my body, my choice.” The absurdity is beyond any sound logical reason. Abortions are not “performed” on women or their bodies, it’s committed on an innocent child.

Here is the thing, women should have absolutely no say whatsoever in the issue of abortion. The abortion debate has already been settled. God hates the hand that sheds innocent blood (Proverbs 16:17) and the mother who takes her child in to be murdered is the primary hand in the perpetration.

Women should not get to choose whether or not they get to abort their child. There should be no choice, ever. If you commit murder, you should be put to death. Why should a mother be allowed to determine the fate of a child? If the millions upon millions of murdered children could speak for themselves, would they do so the way their mothers did? Would they choose to end their own life?

Why, then, do we allow this charade of “my body, my choice” to go unchallenged?

As Christians, we are called to protect the innocent and seek justice against those who do wicked things. As Americans, life is constitutionally protected. As Christians, we know life begins in the womb — there are numerous passages that attest to this. Science has confirmed that life begins at conception. Why is this still debated?



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Bottom line, women should have zero say in whether or not the child inside of them gets to continue to live. That is not a decision that has been given to mankind. God gets to make that decision.

The LORD kills and brings to life; he brings down to Sheol and raises up.

1 Samuel 2:6

If you were to die today, where would you go? Heaven? Hell? Not sure?




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