Many sincere advocates of life fall prey to the argument that abortion is occasionally necessary to save the life of the mother. An example of an ectopic pregnancy is often given. However, a cursory investigation of the evidence reveals that many babies have survived ectopic pregnancies. There are life-saving alternatives to treat the mother and her ectopically-implanted baby. Successful transplantation of the embryo from the fallopian tube to the uterus has been reported in the medical literature as far back as 1917. We do not have to kill these babies to save the mother. Their cases is not hopeless.
Dear friend of life,
I had the privilege of watching my 24-week preborn baby kicking her arms and legs in my wife’s womb this week. Our tenth! When Elizabeth and I married 17 years ago, we were committed to have as many children as the Lord would give us—reserving the right to change our minds, of course. ;-) It has been almost an annual ritual for our family—all of us gathered around a puddle of urine on the bathroom counter, jumping up and down and squealing with excitement over a positive pregnancy test! Now, with my tenth on the way, we’ve never been more excited!
This one, we are happy to announce, is a girl! That makes six girls and four boys. I told Elizabeth she’s got to get pregnant at least twice more to give the boys a chance to catch up. My wife laughed, but I think the ultrasonography tech, when she overheard, would have incinerated me with her eyes if she could.
Picture it: masses of bone-thin, naked bodies piled outside of barb-wire-fenced camps. Testimonies of grisly experiments being performed on Jewish twins. Whole warehouses pile piles of shoes, empty suitcases, watches, jewelry, and lampshades made from the skin of Jews.
Up sounds forth the cry from America! “Defund them!”