I never said the well-being of an unborn child was more important than the well-being of his or her mother. That’s not even logical. A mother must be cared for and protected to ensure her unborn child is safe and properly nurtured. What I have said is that their value as human beings is EQUAL. You and others like you repeat this lie in an attempt to mischaracterize the Pro-Life movement. You and your kind also like to falsely state that we stop caring about an unborn child once they are born. I’m sure you’ve heard this claim at least once in your life. It’s a complete lie.
You believe it’s acceptable to kill an unborn child because no one loves them, no one can relate to them, and no one will miss them. You also believe that their lives should not be valued because they are ‘unestablished’ and they have nothing to lose or gain. Now consider your words when applied to a mentally ill homeless person. Sadly, in many cases, no one loves them, no one can relate to them, and no one will miss them. They are unestablished and have nothing to lose or gain. Should they also be killed on demand and without apology? It would solve the same problem that abortion solves - getting rid of the unwanted. Is this the kind of world you really want to live in?
Stand against human abortion. Stand for every human being’s Right to Life.
ok so this just hit me
humidifiers fill the air with water molecules from a source of water.
so what if someone filled a humidifier with holy water. would this essentially cleanse a room of all evil?
Either demons aren’t real, or demons are afraid because humans keep coming up with $40 solutions to demon problems.
- 2000 year old traditions tend to have vintage cred.
- Secularism is just so mainstream.
- Mumford and Sons. Enough said.
- also, Lord of the Rings.
- Pipes are smoked by all our role models.
- Having a Theology or Philosophy degree.
- Renaissance obsession. Admit it. You can’t get enough Bernini.
- Also Caravaggio.
- Underground literature.
- G. K. Chesterton, know what I’m saying.
- Hahn and Kreeft. You probably haven’t heard of them.