Comment: Sanctity of Life

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Sanctity of Life

The state or quality of being holy, sacred, or saintly.
Ultimate importance and inviolability.

A distinctive characteristic of a living organism from dead organism or non-living thing, as specifically distinguished by the capacity to grow, metabolize, respond to stimuli.

The arguments for abortion used to center around whether or not a fetus was actually a living being.

When the life of a fetus could no longer be debated the rationale shifted to viability.

As advancements in neonatal care drastically reduced the time from conception to viability, reason retreated further still.

Until at last, when no scientific justifications for their cruel and barbarous actions remained, those who would murder the most innocent among us for profit and convenience stepped boldly into the light of day.

The argument is no longer about life. With the exception of hypothetical valuations concerning the quality of a life yet born, a relative unknown used merely for conjecture, the unborn child is of little or no concern.

But rather, the life once considered sacred, growing in the supposed safety of it's mother's womb, is now spoken of in parasitical terms, much like a virus, something to be eradicated with expedience, unworthy of emotional considersation or attachment, stripped of any spiritual value or significance.

The origins of the modern abortion industry are well established, as are the motivations behind it.

But child murder did not originate with Margeret Sanger and her bloodthirsty band of bigots.

Once a common practice in the ancient pagan cultures of the world, in this Godless vacuum of modern society, child sacrifice has made a bold and bloody return. We kill our children for profit. We kill our children for convenience. Dressed up in whatever fashionable garment of reason the most philosophical of us can imagine, the abortionist is nothing more than a black robed, modern day priest of Baal.

God have mercy on us all, as individuals and as a nation. We are worthy of the harshest of judgments.

πολλα γαρ πταιομεν απαντες ει τις εν λογω ου πταιει ουτος τελειος ανηρ δυνατος χαλιναγωγησαι και ολον το σωμα