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The Right To Choose... Rape?

z Wrote: Oct 12, 2012 6:04 PM
I looked up the Greek - rickmcq's right - Joseph wasn't going to kill Mary, he was going to (essentially) divorce her in private. If it was public knowledge, Mary would have most-likely been stoned to death. He COULD have had her killed, and this would have been considered "just" under the law, but he chose to spare her from the shame and/or punishment. So I was wrong - Joseph did not plan to kill Mary. He was going to "put her away priviliy", which (roughly translated) amounts to a divorce (although there are on-going debates about that interpretation too). But while this was my error (and you have my apologies), it doesn't change my central argument one bit.
jmg11 Wrote: Oct 12, 2012 8:57 PM
Your central argument continues to be idiotic: "I'm just making the point that God has no problem with abortion - with proof to back the assertion."

It is not possible to bring this argument under the umbrella of sanity. You should go on to other topics where you might say something worthy of yourself.

Honestly, you are defending krappe.
z Wrote: Oct 12, 2012 10:40 PM
I never claimed that the Bible fell under the umbrella of sanity.
jpatterson451 Wrote: Oct 12, 2012 10:56 PM
What makes you think God has no problme with Aborticide. You don't know the Bible. God commands the death penalty for even an accidental aborticide.
acumen2 Wrote: Oct 14, 2012 4:34 PM
Yet therein lies the weakness of your argument....
Ken6226 Wrote: Oct 12, 2012 7:47 PM
Your argument is still a red herring.
I know it sounds outrageous, but the arguments my liberal readers make for abortion have convinced me that they are trying to legalize rape. Aside from the obvious fact that rape is a moral issue (and one can’t legislate morality), pro-abortion reasoning provides 10 additional reasons for making rape legal. I have enumerated all of them below. I have even taken the time to expand on some of the more disturbing arguments:

1. It is uncertain where consent ends and force begins. Because that is largely a religious question that cannot be determined by science, it has no place...