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Abortion – and the Value of Every Life

23/06/2021

The Semper Reformata Podcast.

Abortion – and the Value of Every Life whether BORN OR UNBORN.

Please tune in to the PODCAST and give it a listen. This is probably the most difficult podcast I have ever recorded.

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Infant Abortion – the deliberate killing of a baby in the womb, – usually for little more than avoiding the inconvenience that caring for a child brings – is one of the most pressing ethical issues facing Christians today.  The clamour for ‘The right to choose,’ the chorus of voices crying, ‘My body – my choice’ the liberal lobby groups demanding unrestricted sexual gratification at the cost of a precious yet defenceless life, with the mainstream media’s loud support, have built up a seemingly unstoppable momentum towards a more bloodthirsty and ruthless society.  Millions and millions of babies have been killed, ripped mercilessly from their mother’s wombs, the place where they should be safe.  Media campaigns have focussed on ‘hard cases’ – rape, serious foetal abnormality, etc., but these ‘hard cases’ always seem to bathe the way for ‘abortion on demand’ – the killing of unborn babies in the womb as a form of contraception, for abortion to end the lives of babies with disablements, even cleft palettes, and for gender-selective culling.  

So, what does the Bible teach about the value of our children?  We look at the attitude of Jesus to small human lives, make reference to other scriptures, and seek to ground our ethical responses in a Christian worldview.  

Please listen, and please pray for our modern society.

From → Christian Ethics

One Comment
  1. Henry Hugh McAuley. permalink

    Hi Robert. Thanks for this message re abortion. There is nothing new under the sun. It’s as it has always been, we will not have this man (or scripture) to rule over us. They prefer to suppress the truth in unrighteousness, Rom.1.18.
    May the Lord bless your ministry. We’ll get along to see you once things are back to some normality for churches..

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