Isn’t Abortion Better Than An Unstable Life?


Q. But dont you think that bringing a baby into this world that you are not going to be able to take care of is also wrong. Yes, killing a baby is horrible and wrong but bringing a baby into a unstable lifestyle is not right either.

A. In that case, it is far better then, to place the baby for adoption. This is difficult I realize but after a woman gets pregnant out of wedlock there are no pain-free choices. Giving life is ALWAYS a beautiful choice. Killing the innocent is always and everywhere EVIL.

The best and painless decision is to wait until one is safe in the committment of marriage before engaging in sex. If he really loves YOU and not just the self-centered pleasure he obtains, he will wait.

The old fashioned advice that the best way to know if he really LOVES ME, my whole self, the person I am is to wait until the man marries me instead of being an unpaid whore.

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2 Responses

  1. On the topic of abortion, even many people who defend the possibility of legal abortions, they say they are not pro-abortion, but they don’t want to punish women who are in this difficult situation. In Germany a curious thing has happened. Something that reflects that legal abortion affects adversely to the country. And also that the change is possible: you can promote a culture of life with the support of the citizens, when really there is a real wish of avoid abortions. Since the liberalization of abortion in this country, the number of abortions is officially four million. For that reason, among others, children are seen as an unintended effect of having sex. Many people thought it was necessary to promote greater social acceptance of children in an aging society. And civil society acted, without waiting for action by the State to promote births. They joined several media organizations in a campaign. Interestingly, after the campaign, the birth rate has risen in Germany. The video is exciting. Look here: http://es.youtube.com/watch?v=SztG8JpxvHY
    Santiago Chiva (Granada, Spain)

  2. Thanks Santiago. I am putting this on my site. It brought tears to my eyes. I did my part. We have seven children…and this before I was Catholic.

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