Yes, there’s a but. There was no ‘but’ before I got pregnant myself and experienced the reality and the mystery of it all. Before, there was no argument in my mind about it. I was – and still am – Pro-Life, because of my fundamental belief in God and Christianity. However, pregnancy gave me some insight into why there is such a great divide about this whole abortion issue.
Many would have thought being pregnant and having a baby of my own would have meant that my alignment with the Pro-Life view would be stronger than ever. However, as I watched to a video made by @failedathiest, I couldn’t stop thinking of the whole pregnancy thing and the definition and defense for an unborn child’s life.
If I were Pro-Choice, my defense would be the fact that a woman’s body and life is hijacked the moment she conceives! Even before anyone notices that she is pregnant, there’s a new ‘Lord of the body’, and he or she is changing the whole terrain to suit him/herself! The woman no longer has power over her body. She is a carrier of this child, willingly or not, until s/he vacates the body…
Read more at https://ufuomaee.blog/i-am-pro-life-but/
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Would you say that the god of the ot is prolife or pro-choice?
Well since He is against murder, I believe He is pro-life 🙂