This is funny coming from someone who was not aborted. Seems like everyone who has this complaint has already been born.
Also if it were not murder why does a person who kills a pregnant lady get charged for 2 murders, the woman and her unborn baby? Hmmmmmmmmmmmm?
@Daniela1982 I WOULD say I wouldn't have minded being aborted and spared a lifetime of f*cked up mental trauma and neglect from the abusive mother I had, combined with the socially undesirable body, and 14 years of depression and near suicided, but you want me to be more positive for 2022. So here's a bunny.
This also doesn't change the fact that existing lives should come first over hypothetical What If ones, prior to the 24 week period where a fetus becomes a "baby."
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That depends on if you can define the clump of cells to be a person. Otherwise that fails. Besides most making an abortion has a justification or excuse for doing so. It doesn't say that you need to agree to that justification or excuse. If abortion is legal it will be valid and cannot count as murder.
@Adam1978 Hate to break it to you - you are "just" a clump of cells too. The perspective that abortion is murder depends on two points: 1) The Bible condemns murder (taking the life of another human being), and 2) The unborn baby is a person—a human being.Point #1: What is murder?Exodus 20:13, usually translated “Thou shalt not kill,” one of the Ten Commandments, actually means “Thou shalt not murder.” (There is a difference. Taking the life of another in war, for example, is not murder.)Point #2: The humanity of the unborn1. Both Hebrew and Greek (the languages of the Bible) do not make a distinction between pre-born and born babies. 2. For You created my inmost being; You knit me together inmy mother’s womb. Your eyes saw my unformed body. All the days ordained for me were writtenin Your book before one of them came to be. (Ps. 139:13-16)This portion of scripture is written about the unborn baby.3. The Lord called me from the womb;from the body of my mother He named me. (Is. 49:1)4. Surely I was sinful at birth, sinful from the time my mother conceived me. (Psalm 51:5)5. The Lord came to me saying, “Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, ” (Jer. 1:4-5)From God’s perspective, Jeremiah’s humanity began even before conception.6. When Mary visited Elizabeth, Jesus leaped for joy min her womb. (Luke 1:39-44) At this point, Jesus was probably only a week- or two-old embryo. These verses indicate that abortion is murder. Some won’t want to believe that abortion is murder or that an unborn baby is anything more than a “potential human being” can and will refuse to accept it. (Remember the Word says in Jeremiah 17:9—”The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked: who can know it?” Abortion may have been "ruled by man" as allowable, but it isn't by God's laws. Personally, I'll stick with those.
True that I am a clump of cells. But every clump of cells aren't a person.The Bible is an outdated book from a time where people had no other choice then be ignorant. The human knowledge base back then was tiny. So if your smart don't take wisdom from it. The only truth in it is the obvious ones you don't even need it for.