There are fundamental reasons why society differs in abortion issues: court decree, freedom of will, religion, personal reasons such as financial constraints, inability to provide, living in poverty, drug addiction, alcoholism, mental instability and other medical conditions, rape and incest, etc. .d.
Both sides argue their personal understanding of what human life adds or diminishes. Citing Peggy Noonan of the Wall Street Journal, views on abortion over the past 50 years have been adhered to because “They sincerely considered banning abortion a sin against women; they sincerely considered abortion on demand as a sin against life. ”
However, civilians cannot engage in religious sins. Religious sins must be given to your personal God.
Religion is similar to communism: no one thinks the same and you have to take your orders / faith from one central team.
As a child, you are taught to believe what you are taught. Perhaps that’s why a current Google search found that about 84 percent of believers have never read the Bible. “Biblical innocence is professed by 55 percent of Americans, with an even greater proportion, 71 percent, acknowledging that Scripture is the Word of God,” baptistpress.com.
However, many are unaware that the Bible shows God in advance who is harshly judgmental, vindictive, and God who admonishes brutal acts of violence.
For example, in Deuteronomy 21:21 (St. Joseph’s edition) we learn that if an infant turns out to be an incorrigible son (stubborn, disobedient, gluttonous, drunkard, and disobedient), “then all his citizens shall stone him to death with stones.”
In another case (Exodus 12:29) we have a vengeful God: “At midnight the Lord killed every firstborn in the land of Egypt, from the firstborn of Pharaoh to the throne to the firstborn of the prisoners in prison, and all the firstborn of animals.”
According to Deuteronomy 13, if a child grows up to idolize someone other than God, the person must be put to death. There are hundreds of millions of people of different faiths: Buddhists, Hindus, agnostics, atheists, deists. According to the Bible, God will kill them all.
Leviticus 20: 9: “Everyone who curses his father or his mother must be put to death.” By that logic, anyone could kill anyone for the slightest curse.
Continuing the biblical context, if a child grows up to be an adulterer, he will also be executed.
Leviticus 21: 9 says, “The daughter of a priest who loses his honor by committing adultery and thus dishonors his father must be burned to death.”
Pedophilia of priests is still very common all over the world. It is widely reported and documented that the Catholic clergy is the greatest abuser of children worldwide. In such circumstances, it is certainly frustrating to know what God is doing with the priest. According to Leviticus 21:15, “I, the Lord, have sanctified him.”
Many religious institutions, now or at one time, prohibit abortion as well as the use of contraceptives. Banning abortion and contraception could increase the number of church members, which is certainly cost-effective for the church.
The United States Supreme Court may overturn Rowe v. Wade’s decision and send it to each state for its own consideration. Be that as it may, abortion is controversial and personal. Therefore, it is best to resolve this peacefully and democratically. The best peaceful and democratic solution should be left to the interpretation of the current legislation by the relevant courts. Each side will have a representation.
If the law is not conducive to your position, your efforts should be directed at a congressman or MP. I don’t think God will intervene.
We must respect opposing views. Every choice is different, every individual. As you can imagine, I am personally in favor of the choice. But I also respect the law.
All this is said until the courts make a decision, the constitutional rights must be decided by the courts. However, all religious sins should always be left to a personal God, not to people.
Luis Medina has experience in construction management and real estate development.