Dr. Ben Carson has a way of putting things in perspective that endears him to pro-life activists. The neurosurgeon and the author of six best-selling books makes another compelling point about the issue of abortion that is sure to have everyone who opposes abortion concurring.
He pointed out how ancient civilizations have been criticized for the brutal practices of human sacrifice and child sacrifice ‚ÄĒ but he wonders if modern society isn‚Äôt ‚Äúguilty of the same thing‚ÄĚ because we have legalized abortion....
Tim, this article does have to do with Christian values as pointed out by the article in one of the biggest Catholic Publications around!
Mark Shea wrote: Many object to the Church‚Äôs teaching that health care is a right. They argue there can be no right to something that requires other people‚Äôs property or labor.
The problem with this argument is that this inevitably means there can be no right to life either. After all, children do nothing but require the labor and property of their guardians to survive.A
‚ÄúYes!‚ÄĚ they say, ‚Äúbut parents freely choose to have children.‚ÄĚ Tell that to NARAL. Arguing that nobody has a right to the property and labor of others undergirds the argument that parents have the right to abort or abandon their children and that children have no rights whatsoever. No Catholic can accept such a claim.
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Dr Tim: Said in love & a spirit of humility, that Jim Worldview that has been exposed on here. Clearly shows & reflect that he isn‚Äôt born again, that his worldview, reflects he is eternally hostile towards Christ. As you can‚Äôt please God in a fallen state of of being unregenerate.
O‚Äô how important it‚Äôs to share Biblical truths at the Murder Mills & support those who regularly go to the Murder Mills, to proclaim, salvation is only from the Lord alone. As God is justified in being angry with the wicked daily amen.
Here's another "if, then" consideration, Jim. If you say you are against Christians being involved in politics, as you so often do, then you should quit posting items that deal exclusively with politics, as you so often do--unless, of course, you are willing to admit openly that you are not a Christian yourself and therefore exempt from the proscription of Christians from engaging in politics. The only alternative is to brand yourself as a glaring hypocrite.
Of course the modern abortion and euthanasia industry is old time paganism, but dressed in a more subtle clinical guise.
Abortionists ( and euthanasia doctors) may not necessarily bow down before hideous statues or pictures, attend a temple with riotous feasts, and literally put a baby on a literal altar in the arms of a literal idol with a literal fire in its belly, and they may even be atheistical, but they are indeed continuing the legacy of the ancient priests and priestesses of Baal, Ashtoreth, Chemosh, Molech and the other Canaanite and Babylonian gods and goddesses that demanded such sacrifice.
Their zeal for their cause, aided by their political, media, academic and liberal ‚Äúreligious‚ÄĚ allies is actually very like a zealous ‚Äúfaith‚ÄĚ, and has a false religious element to it.
As born again Christians, we must stand against these people as much did the OT prophets and those Israelite kings who did make a stand for righteousness.
Michael Gerson wrote: ...modern evangelicalism has an important intellectual piece missing. It lacks a model or ideal of political engagement‚ÄĒan organizing theory of social action. Over the same century from Blanchard to Falwell, Catholics developed a coherent, comprehensive tradition of social and political reflection. Catholic social thought includes a commitment to solidarity, whereby justice in a society is measured by the treatment of its weakest and most vulnerable members. And it incorporates the principle of subsidiarity‚ÄĒthe idea that human needs are best met by small and local institutions (though higher-order institutions have a moral responsibility to intervene when local ones fail).
In practice, this acts as an ‚Äúif, then‚ÄĚ requirement for Catholics, splendidly complicating their politics: If you want to call yourself pro-life on abortion, then you have to oppose the dehumanization of migrants. If you criticize the devaluation of life by euthanasia, then you must criticize the devaluation of life by racism. If you want to be regarded as pro-family, then you have to support access to health care. And vice versa....
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