The debate over abortion is as heated as ever. With the economy in a tight place, should women have the right to choose whether or not they ready to bring a life into this world? Some take a religious stance on the issue and some take a radical pro-choice stance, no matter what the arguments are out there it boils down to this: the people creating legislature about this issue are men and men simply do not experience the pregnancy process first hand. Therefore, the decisions being made pertaining to a woman’s body is being made by someone who does not understand the ramifications of physically birthing a child.
First off, all of those chuvanistic males that feel like it is their god given right to tell women what to do and how to treat their bodies can stick it where the sun does not shine because they are half the reason the woman is in a situation where she has to contemplate abortion in the first place. No, murder is not appropriate in any circumstance. However, if a baby is within the first trimester then it technically is nothing more than a clump of cells. It has no brain, heart, lungs or gender. It is non-existent.
Let us go into a hypothetical situation for a couple seconds here okay? Let’s assume that a sixteen year old girl got pregnant. The boy who helped get her there wants nothing to do with her and her parents can barely afford her not to mention a baby. Her options are: A. give it up for adoption and let the child always wonder why her biological parents did not want her and risk having a child searching for their lost parents or B. abort the child so it will never have to face a life of pain and rejection in a childcare system that is broken as it is. Honestly, anyone that says it is against the bible to have an abortion and stop a life that god has given you to nurture is in need of a cold shock into reality. Reality is that times have changed since the bible was written and that God would never wish any soul to come into a life of pain and misery if it could be preventable. God would not want someone to live with guilt for an entire lifetime over a child that is unknown to them. God gave women the gift to bake babies in their oven so that they could make loving, supporting families in which there is a stable income and a nurturing environment to grow up in. God did not give women this priviledge so they could destroy not only their own life, but a child’s as well. He would have wanted what was best for everyone. Plus, if he does have a divine plan for all would it not be true that perhaps abortion in some peoples lives are part of their plan to build strong character with God?