Every act has both direct and indirect consequences. The direct consequences of Roe v. Wade is that 55 millions Americans have been mercilessly slaughtered.
The indirect consequences of this genocide includes but is not restricted to the moral degradation of our people. Any civilization that is so bereft of compassion and morality that it can rationalize this unprecedented wholesale extermination of innocent life does not deserve to continue.
The Old Testement provides numerous examples of what happens to a people when they honor God and when they ignore Him. The question that arises from considering the parrallels between ancient Israel and present-day America is: Who will be our Babylon, and can we avert our just consequences?