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Roe v Wade, Forty Years After

Dave8528 Wrote: Jan 14, 2013 11:13 AM
I have always grown up with the belief that laws should be moral. This is not the case with Roe v Wade. This law is a killing field for unborn children. I understand that if you got rid of this immoral law, women will still do abortions, abortions have happened throughout history and will continue in the future; I'm sure Ms. Parker knows this. But if you get rid of this law, I'm sure fewer abortions will happen because some will realize the immorality of abortions. Education is important, but immoral laws need to be eliminated. This country needs to get back to a moral foundation, which it hasn't had in over 50 years.

The number forty has great significance in the Bible.

Perhaps best known is the forty years that the Israelites were condemned to wander in the desert before being permitted entry into the Promised Land.

Maybe this mystical quantity will bear significance as we note, this month, the fortieth year since the Roe v Wade decision legalized abortion in America.

Forty years we have lived with the silent, and sometimes not so silent, holocaust in our midst as the lives of 55 million innocent and unborn children have been killed, plucked from their journey to enter this world.

Who were they? Who...