Disproving Common Beliefs on Why Pro-Choice Is Best: Part 1

Disproving Common Beliefs on Why Pro-Choice Is Best: Part 1 by NOLAN LEWALLEN for Charisma News

Argument No. 1: “It’s legal.”

Slavery was once legal in our country; and Eugenics, or forced sterilization. In the Buck v. Bell decision in 1927, Chief Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes upheld the involuntary sterilization of a woman deemed “feeble-minded,” with the chilling justification that “three generations of imbeciles are enough.”

The Declaration of Independence affirms, “All men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life …”

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Our Creator is the Creator of the unborn and unalienable means “not transferable.” So, the right to life by our Creator cannot be transferred to another … not a mother, a father or an abortion doctor.

While God tells us to obey our laws (Rom. 13:1), man-made laws cannot override biblical principles. In Acts 5, when the authorities gave Peter and the apostles strict orders concerning preaching the name of Jesus, they replied, “We must obey God rather than any human authority.”

Argument No. 2: “If abortion were illegal, it would only make abortion less safe.”

Safe? What about the baby’s safety? I will forego describing some of those abortion procedures, but the baby is far from safe.

In 1972 (the year before Roe v. Wade), there were 39 deaths from illegal abortions and 24 deaths from legal (by state law) abortions. Data show that most abortions prior to Roe were performed by physicians, not in “back alleys.”

The “5,000 to 10,000 deaths annually” narrative in the late ’60s was a lie fed to the media by pro-abortionists—which some of them later admitted to—to persuade lawmakers to legalize abortion. It worked.

Legalizing an immoral practice is “putting perfume on a pig.” Sin produces adverse effects on a person emotionally and spiritually, which can’t be “legalized away.” Even in legal abortion, many women suffer from great remorse, depression and, in some cases, can even lead to suicide.

And legal abortions are not entirely safe. Most honest studies show it is far less safe to have an abortion than to carry the baby to full term and give birth.

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