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Hardness of Heart and the Celebration of Abortion

Brian953 Wrote: Jan 29, 2013 3:09 PM
Most abortion seekers are NOT victims of circumstance, but are in a position they put themselves into through seeking temporary physical pleasure — with total disregard for the potential result.
rmccarthy Wrote: Jan 29, 2013 10:51 PM
I think I will GOOGLE "blood money." Does that apply to planned parenthood?
rmccarthy Wrote: Jan 29, 2013 10:50 PM
The only possible truth to that might be that at PLANNED PARENTHOOD they take advantage of creating the demand and meeting the supply of abortions among the poor and otherwise distressed and confused. But since when is it justified just because they are in distress rather than actually leading them to the true love of God (including helping them in better ways)? Making money on victims is not exactly noble, especially when you cause more grief, not less.
rmccarthy Wrote: Jan 29, 2013 3:16 PM
Look deep into your own heart and mind and find where you have been foolish and know that God understands and forgives and you should have more empathy and compassion rather than scorn and punishment.
rmccarthy Wrote: Jan 29, 2013 3:14 PM
WRONG! Sorry but even if some were foolish, they reap what they sow and can learn HOWEVER, people are not simply irresponsible on their own...some have been abused, or deceived by the World, or not taught God's wisdom or often are actually chased away from God by believers.

In 1995, feminist leader Naomi Wolf called for a pro-abortion movement “that acts with moral accountability and without euphemism,” noting that, “With the pro-choice rhetoric we use now, we incur three destructive consequences -- two ethical, one strategic: hardness of heart, lying and political failure.” That hardness of heart was fully manifest in the profane video produced by the Center for Reproductive Rights celebrating the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade.

But let’s go back to October 16, 1995, when the New Republic published Wolf’s remarkably candid article entitled, “Our Bodies, Our Souls.” Wolf made reference to “Dr. Joycelyn...