February 5, 2014 When Did You Become You? 4 by Biltrix • New Evangelization • Tags: Pro-Life Share this:FacebookTwitterRedditPrintMoreEmailLinkedInTumblrPinterestLike this:Like Loading... Related
Reblogged this on http://catholicismpure.wordpress.com/ and commented: “A great pro-life message from the Biltrix proclaiming no more than the plain truth.”
Thanks for reblogging this video, Kathleen. This is a plain and simple truth, which everyone needs to consider, because the significance is deeper than we can fathom. Every individual person is a unique gift from God. We have to live up to that gift by loving and respecting ourselves and our neighbor. Obviously, God loves and respects us more.
Reblogged this on Citizen Tom and commented:
Even though life is miraculous and marvelously complex, the argument against abortion is simple. Therefore, this video makes a simple argument against the murder of the unborn. Nevertheless, many refuse to understand, and they reject the argument. Why? When we want to do something we should not do, we will not allow ourselves to be persuaded we sin. That’s why every law must satisfy three conditions.
The vast majority of people must understand the law.
The vast majority of people must support the law.
The law must be enforceable. In the vast majority of cases, it must be possible to make the offender suffer a penalty appropriate to the crime.
Thus, there are two problems with making a law that would simply prohibit abortion.
Too many refuse to believe the killing of the unborn is murder. These people will not support a straightforward law against abortion.
Modern medical technology is making it easier for a mother to kill her unborn child. In particular, if an abortion is performed early in a pregnancy, that abortion can easily be made difficult to detect and prove.
Nonetheless, government exists to protect our rights. Therefore, We the People must do our best to protect the rights of the unborn. That begins by protecting their right to life. To protect the rights of the unborn, we must find a will, and we must find a way.
Thank you for the reblog and the commentary, Citizen Tom. Among the many purposes of the law, a very important one is to educate. When the law of the land is corrupt, it not only fails to educate citizens, it deforms their ability to think correctly. That is why changing this law will be difficult: the law say’s that it is okay, in effect, to murder the innocent in this case. You are right in saying that to change this law will be an uphill battle. The way, I believe, is to educate through teaching the natural law, which says life is sacred and must be protected and preserved.