Great pro-life display

Warning: Graphic images.  As always, remember that forgiveness and healing are possible for those who have participated in the abortion process.

This was on display at the college that my youngest daughter attends.  I hope that it changed some hearts and minds.  Some people object to graphic images, but I think they are appropriate on a college campus.  Other groups wouldn’t hesitate to use them to advance any other cause.

They addressed key themes such as “gendercide,” Down Syndrome children, authentic feminism vs. “you must have the right to kill your own children to prove you are equal with a man” feminism, what if homosexuality really was genetic?, and more.

Good for them to take devote their time and money to advance the cause of life!

Bonus: See a secular case against legalized abortion.

5 thoughts on “Great pro-life display”

  1. I think that if this country would put some effort into safe and effective birth control, there would be a lot less abortions. Furthermore, I believe the entire issue should be handled between a woman and her physician. Everyone else should mind their own business. If you really are worried about children, then volunteer to help teenage mothers, adopt orphans, teach children to be responsible and consider the consequences of their actions, teach them how to prevent unwanted pregnancy, and support the family planning efforts of groups like planned parenthood, who prevent far more unwanted pregnancies than any other group among people who can’t afford health care. Prevention is the antidote to abortion, not legislation.

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    1. Hi Mary Kate,

      Thanks for visiting and commenting. I hope you reconsider your views. For any pro-choice-to-kill-an-innocent-human-being-in-the-womb argument, ask the same questions about that rationale for human beings outside the womb. Can a woman kill a toddler due to economic, career, romance, etc. concerns? Of course not. So the only question is, “What is the unborn?” The scientific fact (http://tinyurl.com/yfje8lq) is that a new human being is created at fertilization.

      Having said that, let’s consider your arguments:

      I think that if this country would put some effort into safe and effective birth control, there would be a lot less abortions.

      Possibly, but I see a couple problems with that. First, this country does not have a BC shortage. It is been getting pushed for decades, and the false sense of security it provides has led to tens of millions of diseases and countless abortions.

      More importantly, that’s like saying that we won’t make murder outside the womb illegal because there things we could be doing to reduce murders.

      Furthermore, I believe the entire issue should be handled between a woman and her physician.

      That ignores the thirds human being in the equation. How about the unborn and her physician? And could the woman and her physician kill a toddler without consequence? Again, the question is, “What is the unborn?,” and I answered it above.

      Everyone else should mind their own business.

      Like you are minding your own business here? Again, the question is, “What is the unborn?,” and I answered it above. I doubt you’d make the “mind your own business” claim if someone was trying to kill an innocent but unwanted human being outside the womb.

      If you really are worried about children, then volunteer to help teenage mothers, adopt orphans, teach children to be responsible and consider the consequences of their actions, teach them how to prevent unwanted pregnancy, and support the family planning efforts of groups like planned parenthood, who prevent far more unwanted pregnancies than any other group among people who can’t afford health care.

      I address that more fully in Pro-lifers don’t care about kids after they are born? http://4simpsons.wordpress.com/2008/08/04/pro-lifers-dont-care-about-kids-after-they-are-born/, but please answer this simple question to yourself: If 3,000 toddlers per day were getting crushed and dismembered because they were unwanted, could you oppose that without being obliged to care for them to adulthood? Or would that mean you didn’t care for them?

      Protesting an immoral act does not obligate you to take care of its victims. If you agree with the canard that pro-lifers don’t care about the unborn after they are born or that we have a “fetus fetish” or other made-up malady, answer me this: If the gov’t wanted to reduce homelessness by destroying homeless people, would you have a “homeless fetish” and be a raging hypocrite if you protested that but weren’t willing to house them all yourself? Remember, the issue isn’t whether human beings are out of the womb or not but whether it is legitimate to protest an act if you don’t plan to fully fund the consequences of stopping it.

      Do you have to be willing to take complete responsibility for human beings you are trying to protect? Can you protest the abuse of the homeless, spouses, children or pets without having to care for them all? (As noted in the link, pro-lifers do a great deal with their own time and money to help women and families in need. I’m just pointed out how fallacious the pro-legalized abortion argument is).

      Prevention is the antidote to abortion, not legislation.

      Is the prevention of murder, drunk driving, gay-bashing, etc. the answer to all those ills rather than legislation? With your reasoning we wouldn’t need any laws.

      Again, the question is, “What is the unborn?,” and I answered it above. “It” is an innocent human being deserving of protection.

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