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« on: March 22, 2005, 09:24:45 PM »

Post delted by Moderator.

This type of Christian bashing will not be tollerated here.

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« Reply #1 on: March 22, 2005, 09:39:14 PM »

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These are serious issues, and need to be dealt with by sensible people who can see past the rheotoric.  By and large however, Christians have bought into the ploy offered by pro-abortionists that connects outside issues to abortion, thereby creating a cast set of new seemingly unsolvable problems that only cloud the issue. Christians have been fooled, perhaps willingly because it allows them to avoid tackling a major moral issue.

It dawned on me that the phrase 'Never Again' which appears in five languages on a moving memorial at Dachau is not interpreted today by Christians to mean that the atrocities committed at these concentration camps are not to be repeated. Rather to Christians, `Never Again' means that we will never again, take a stand and interfere to put an end to atrocities, whether they take place far away or close to home. The Christians new god will not permit it.


Are you serious?!! Who else besides Christians have faught against abortion?

 If you can explain to my satisfaction that this is not an outright, unjustified attack on Christianity, then perhaps I will not delete it.

 You don't have much time.

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« Reply #2 on: March 24, 2005, 01:25:36 AM »

Hi,

As a general note, people of many faiths or even no determined faith can often be found in the pro-life camp.  People of faith typically use arguments from thier own holy scriptures, while the thousands of agnostic or atheist members of the ant-abortion camp simply use secular lines of argumentation to try and proove their points.  To suggest that the abortion fight is only a christian battle, is to mis-represent the cause.

thanks,

Thom
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