Is it really murder?
A year or 2 back I remember reading an article that said something to the sort of Parents should be allowed to have their newborn babies killed because they are “morally irrelevant” and ending their lives is no different to abortion. This began a disturbing trend that came next to the Dr. Kermit Gosnell arrest and subsequent conviction but no real news of the horrors of this man. Next, I had the privileged of listening to Lila Grace Rose at a local banquet and her inspiring ministry for the unborn nationwide. Next, I watched as Rep. Wendy Davis (D) from Texas filibustered a bill, in some spiffy shoes I might add, that would have severely reduced and restricted access to abortions in Texas thus she became a quick celebrity on Pro-Choice circles.
As I have been on this journey from hardcore pro-choice to hardcore pro-life I have tried wrestled with my level of participation in this conversation. No matter where I seem to hide, this subject seems to follow me, and now this week a new controversial pro-life documentary came out that examines the truth about abortion and the single biggest failure of the pro-life movement, not calling abortion what it really is…Murder.
Please [actually] watch this movie and then tell me where you stand on this subject.
Posted on January 28, 2014, in Uncategorized and tagged #BAMH, 3801 Lancaster, abortion, Babies Are Murdered Here, fetus, kermit gosnell, Lila Grace Rose, PA, Philadelphia, pro-choice, pro-life, pro-life movement, Texas, Thomas Jefferson University, unborn child, Wendy Davis. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.