1. Miss Meliss on August 18, 2015 at 9:25 pm

    Reblogged this on that's just me and commented:
    This is the most reasonable question to ask regarding abortion, “Is it Moral?”

    I get extremely emotional and frustrated during discussions of abortion because I’m morally opposed to killing a baby (Fetus). I’ve heard just about every pro-choice argument but none of them seem reasonable. Aside from instances of rape, incest or life threatening medical circumstances, abortion is wrong.

    Many pro-choicers argue that a woman has a right to make decisions about her body but my question is, why wouldn’t she decide to not conceive? Many others are infuriated when approached by a person who advocates for the fetus, making statements like: Who is going to care for the child after he/she is born? My response is: who’s responsibility is it? Adoption is a great option if a mother is unable to finally care for her child.

    Otherwise, this video hit the nail on the head.

    Do you think abortion is moral? Leave a comment.

    • quinersdiner on August 19, 2015 at 10:40 am

      Do I think abortion is moral? No. I believe in absolute Truth. I believe the Ten Commandments come from God, and his command to not kill begins at conception. At conception, a unique, one-of-a-kind person has been created by God. Killing her at 9 days, 9 weeks, 9 months, or 9 years is the exact same. Regarding those instances when an unwanted child is born, I agree with your call for adoption. Good parents are standing in line waiting to adopt, but the supply of available children isn’t there to accommodate these loving families since we abort about one million people a year. Thanks for writing. Please come again.