No more abortions!

    What would be the best word to describe thousands of women marching in our nation's capital for the right to cruelly kill their healthy babies...and the governor of New York signing a law allowing the killing to take place right up to and soon after the time of birth...and the people who cheered when he signed the bill—both in his office and at home?

    Would "tragic" work, or "horrible," or horrendous?" Certainly, from a Biblical, Christian viewpoint "sinful" would be appropriate, which would take a person to Hell for forever...unless repented of through faith in Jesus Christ as Savior.
    There are over 1,000 doctors who have gone on record as saying there is no medical reason for a late-term abortion. So, definitely such abortions are only for convenience.
    But actually, 95 percent of all of the earlier abortions are also for convenience, such as cutting the baby (fetus) into pieces through a vacuum tube with knives (3-4 months)—and keep in mind that a fetus is fully formed with a beating heart and pain sensitivity at 21/2 months; or chemically burning the child to death with a strong salt solution injected into her womb home (5 months); or taking her Caesarean section and putting her in the trash to die from lack of oxygen (6 months). Such babies can be saved...I have met at least 2 healthy adults who were born at 6 months.
    By the way, the Jane Roe in the Roe v Wade Supreme Court decision on Jan. 22, 1973, that legalized abortion, lied about her name and that she had been raped (Norma McCorvey later became a Christian, admitted this, became pro-life, and fought against abortion until her death in 2017).
    The pro-choice people say that a mother should have the right to choose what to do with her own body—which is true—but should she have the right to kill her baby? Many of us—and, I believe, God—think not.
    I challenge any pro-choice person to write this paper denying the methods above or justifying their use.
Pastor Norman Heironimus

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