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Studies Show Abortion May Increase Premature Death, Breast Cancer Risk
A recent study out of Denmark appears to show a higher incidence of premature death among women who have had an abortion than for women who give birth. The study tracked a group of Danish women over a 25-year period, finding that those who had undergone a single abortion had a 45-percent higher mortality rate over that time period than those who had carried babies to full term. The death rate among women rose dramatically for subsequent abortions, with women who had two abortions having a 114-percent greater likelihood of mortality during the study period, and women with three or more abortions facing a 192-percent chance of premature death.

David Reardon, a co-author of the study, said in a statement that the increased mortality rate among women who had subsequent abortions appears to confirm a causal relationship between the procedure and death among women. “We knew from our previous studies of ...


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News Item12/14/12 5:59 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
abbreviology wrote:
Must be a Baptist thing!!
John its late you should be in bed.
I think you be right!
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News Item12/14/12 5:51 PM
abbreviology  Find all comments by abbreviology
John UK wrote:
Now seeing as you are in good advice-giving mode, I wonder if you can tell me if you are a true PO worshipper. If so, is there a good website yet where this phenomena can be heard? You may be interested to know that this autumn I attended a meeting at a PO Baptist church in North Wales.
PO

— abbreviation for

1.

Post Office

2.

Personnel Officer

3.

petty officer

4.

Pilot Officer

5.

Also: p.o. postal order


Must be a Baptist thing!!

John its late you should be in bed.

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News Item12/14/12 5:42 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Presby wrote:
Watch out....
Hello Presby, it is so good to hear from you at last.

Now seeing as you are in good advice-giving mode, I wonder if you can tell me if you are a true PO worshipper. If so, is there a good website yet where this phenomena can be heard? You may be interested to know that this autumn I attended a meeting at a PO Baptist church in North Wales.

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News Item12/14/12 3:45 PM
Presby  Find all comments by Presby
Christopher000 wrote:
Question: does anyone know of any really good, fairly mature, born again Christian forums?
Christopher
You know if you google "born again Christian forum" or "Reformed Christian forum" etc in various other combinations of terminologies, you will link with many "Christian" forums.
But the problem is identifying good Biblical doctrine. Many of the forums are bound to provide lots of different and lots of heretical debates as you will be aware.
Today even finding the right church is a problem with many churches singing a lot and discussing/teaching little. So I can understand your search and the reason for it. As John says Bible and books are a good place to begin. - But get in touch with God in prayer too and keep 'pestering' the Lord till you get an answer.
Listen to sermons here and try 'article' sites such as monergism.com.

ps: Watch out for them Baptists they're still having difficulties with the OT.

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News Item12/13/12 5:23 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Christopher000 wrote:
I don't want to leave the forum, but I want to add another one where I can get some food to eat.
Any suggestions? Thanks.
Christopher, you are going about this all wrong. Forums are not the place to learn doctrine. The three ports of call for learning are:
1. The Bible
2. Your pastor/teacher.
3. Bible Helps such as commentaries.

Since you began posting here, you ought to have covered the Old Testament and known about Samson and Delilah and who wrote the Psalms.

Now is your Bible getting dusty, and your smartphone all worn out? Come on man, your food and drink is IN The Bible. And your pilgrimage is to be in the company of others of like mind. Did you attend that Grace Baptist Church one recommended?

If you're able to attend, you really ought to go. Lots of believers have not one decent church in their locality.

I'm only giving you standard spiritual advice that anyone else would give you, so don't get all paranoid and reckon I'm being harsh. Let the liberal "believers" soft soap and go all wishy-washy on you. I will tell you things designed to be a blessing to you. Take it as a wakeup call to get your priorities right.

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News Item12/13/12 4:01 PM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Question: does anyone know of any really good, fairly mature, born again Christian forums? A forum where people enjoy discussing Biblical issues, a forum where one can create discussion threads, and a forum that is not restricted to discussing the news of the day, etc.?
I post a lot of off topic topics, but I think you guys are above and beyond the things that I'd like to hear more about, need clarity on, find interesting, etc. I get the feeling that you've all been there and done that, so most of my topics are too simple simon. People love to talk politics and the state of the economy which is pretty boring to me so I can't chime in with any thoughts. I don't want to leave the forum, but I want to add another one where I can get some food to eat.
Any suggestions? Thanks.
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News Item12/13/12 7:24 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
I just noticed that my thoughts are all over the place in that post. I'd be interested to hear what others think of some of them. Such an interesting story and it seems a bit out of place and fanciful. I know it's true, but just saying.
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News Item12/13/12 7:19 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Wow...what a story, Lurker. I assumed, at first, that he was one of the giants, but I guess his power was really in his hair? Here's what I'm thinking: the Lord was always Sampson's power but Sampson just always thought that his hair held his power? Sampson really lost his power (temporarily) because of his pride? Because he foolishly gave up a secret that the Lord told him to keep? Sampson came to believe that his hair really supplied his power instead of the Lord Himself?
Hmmm...I know there is a deeper meaning here.
I can't believe that his eyes were gouged out and that he went into captivity to be a grinder...how miserable. What I don't get is why on Earth, after he knew Sophiria had been trying to set him up to be murdered, he would, in the end, tell her the real secret to his strength? Unless, his hair was just another game he played with her but the Lord had had enough of his pride? Like the ribbons and rope, his hair really had nothing to do with his strength...his strength lied in his faith in the Lord?
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News Item12/12/12 9:51 PM
Lurker  Protected NameFind all comments by Lurker
Christopher000 wrote:
Hi John...didn't his hair give him some sort of power but then he, or a woman cut it off and he lost the power...because the power was only good if he kept his hair long?
Ha-ha...I'm probably butchering the heck out of the story.
You're thinking of Sampson and Delilah. (Judges 16:4-31)
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News Item12/12/12 5:09 PM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Yes, I try to watch the words that I use. For example, I don't say, "gee-whiz" because an Aunt told me that the "gee" is short for "Jesus". I don't know if that's true, but just to be safe, I don't use it. You know, one word I've never used is the GD word. Never in my life...even in a rage...has it ever rolled off my tongue. Things like that terrify me and I cringe when I hear people use it like any other word.

My usual phrases are: Oh boy, oh brother, and good grief.

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News Item12/12/12 4:24 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Christopher000 wrote:
Hi John...didn't his hair give him some sort of power but then he, or a woman cut it off and he lost the power...because the power was only good if he kept his hair long?
Ha-ha...I'm probably butchering the heck out of the story.
Ah, it weren't Solomon my friend.

BTW the word "heck" is a euphemism for "hell", and should not be used by Christians. There are many words like this, which we Christians need to be aware of. When I became a Christian, I was still using expressions like "Crikey" or "By Jove" and had to learn where these words originated, and stop using them.

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News Item12/12/12 3:56 PM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Hi John...didn't his hair give him some sort of power but then he, or a woman cut it off and he lost the power...because the power was only good if he kept his hair long?

Ha-ha...I'm probably butchering the heck out of the story.

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News Item12/12/12 2:31 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
1 Timothy 2
15 But women shall be preserved through the bearing of children if they continue in faith and love and sanctity with self-restraint.---NASB

It is normal for women to have children actions that interrupt the normal course of events can be expected to be harmful in physical --and personal way.

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News Item12/12/12 1:28 PM
San Jose John | San Jose, CA  Find all comments by San Jose John
I remember reading somewhere that breast cancer might simply be caused by women "not using" their breasts for the main purpose for which they were designed. Mothers who use formula instead of breast milk, take birth control pills, or abort their babies create a situation where the body "preps" the breasts which then remain unused, which somehow upsets their biology and thus makes them more susceptible to cancer. If only I could remember where I saw this so I could go back and verify it. I only bring it up here in hopes that it may jog someone else' memory regarding this issue.
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News Item12/12/12 8:30 AM
Kyle | Tucson  Find all comments by Kyle
Abortion is, by definition, a premature death. I'd say the risk is 100%.
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News Item12/12/12 6:34 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Christopher000 wrote:
I have to start reading the Psalms. I haven't read one quote, so far, from the Psalms on this board that I haven't found interesting and relevant. King David wrote them, right? Proverbs, King Solomon with the long, magic hair?
King David wrote many of the psalms, yes. But there were other authors, Christopher. What is the long, magic hair all about?
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News Item12/11/12 7:06 PM
Rufus | Fort Worth, TX  Protected NameFind all comments by Rufus
Anne wrote:
There have been studies like this before that link abortion with breast cancer - a fact conveniently passed over by the pro baby murder crowd.
One of the local murder mills we preach at is called "Whole Women's Health". It is a quite Orwellian name for such a place as, setting aside the baby's health for a moment, they care nothing for the momma and they sure do not care about the momma's health (they do care about momma's money though). This study and countless studies like it affirm that abortion is a very unhealthy practice.

Proverbs 26:2

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News Item12/11/12 7:01 PM
Anne | Canada  Find all comments by Anne
There have been studies like this before that link abortion with breast cancer - a fact conveniently passed over by the pro baby murder crowd.
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News Item12/11/12 5:53 PM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
I have to start reading the Psalms. I haven't read one quote, so far, from the Psalms on this board that I haven't found interesting and relevant. King David wrote them, right? Proverbs, King Solomon with the long, magic hair?
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News Item12/11/12 3:23 PM
Lento  Find all comments by Lento
"A recent study out of Denmark appears to show a higher incidence of premature death among women who have had an abortion than for women who give birth."

Sin is punished in the individual and the nation.

Murder by the state and the people involved will be found culpable, by the Lord.

Psalm 81
"So I gave them up to their own hearts lust: and they walked in their own counsels."

Psalm 94
"And He shall bring upon them their own iniquity, and shall cut them off in their own wickedness; yea the Lord our God shall cut them off."

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