It's mind numbing... to the point of incomprehension. Do they not realize that babies are created for His glory? Do they wake up each morning delighting in another day of death to the tiny wonders of God? I just don't understand.
Regardless of whether one believes RCC is bogus or not, the people attacking the churches in France see it as an attack on Christianity. Unlike the U.S., you don't drive down the street and see multiple churches of different denominations. It's not like the attackers can choose churches, chuch congregations or clergy that are known as the "true" faith.
I'm sure the questions could be addressed with many sound arguments/answers but when I look at the whole situation, isn't it just the purposeful destruction of a created being who reflects God's love? Babies (or at any age) might be filled with the Spirit of God so they must be destroyed. I guess I can't put it into words very well.
A man with eyes who cannot see, with ears who cannot hear... Simply another day to perfect the altar of death with the lives of the innocent ones, those whose souls were made for eternity by a mighty God but never get to see the sun.
After seeing every possible physical act on TV reality and medical programs, why have we never seen abortions being performed? Would it lead to rabid pro-aborts having a change of heart or further callousness?
Christopher I agree. It's like a hijacking of American government. It's also disheartening. Sometimes I wonder if liberals present the really crazy stuff just to wear us down... later on when Americans get used to these potentially absurd policies they will accept as mainstream thought.
"The amount of money people make off of vaccines is absolutely astounding"
Why would "people" who wanted to make "astounding" amounts of money produce a vaccine that reduced diseases long-term? Wouldn't they make more money as children/adults got sick and needed medicine for their disease symptomotogology, and later chronic ailments?
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