Will Infanticide Follow Abortion As Acceptable Behavior? by John D. Morris, Ph.D.
Abortion has become firmly entrenched in American society. To many voters on both sides this is the only important issue. Abortion has become almost a "sacrament" to feminists.
Claiming a constitutional "right to privacy" or the woman's "right to control her own body" shows the lengths to which advocates are willing to abandon logic, for there is no such constitutional right, and it is the unborn infant's "body" most affected. Others propose abortion to limit population growth or contain welfare costs. Historically, it was championed as a way to promote a favored race. While 4000 will die today from abortion in America, other countries have an even more callous view. Surely the practice of killing unborn children has entered the mainstream of societal, although not necessarily majority, thought.
No doubt justification of this behavior is the desire to retain sexual freedom without personal responsibility. But evolutionary thinking and the refusal to acknowledge accountability to a Creator God who created mankind (even pre-born babes) lies at the very core. Scientists state that since animals sometimes induce abortions, such behavior must be acceptable in humans; the "higher animal." With such faulty thinking and lame excuses used to justify sin, we might ask, "What comes next, infanticide?''
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