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May 15, 2009


That has been the problem I've run into with some pro-lifers. They say they are pro-life but then say they don't feel they have the right to tell anyone else what to do or believe which seems to result in pro-lifers who don't stand up for life.

I remember, years ago, as a teenager, I had the same question. I always knew abortion was wrong but didn't see how I could tell someone else that they were wrong for being pro-choice. In a small campus chapel I came across a pamphlet on the subject and it asked the same question but the answer it gave floored me. We can tell others that they are wrong and we have not only a right but an obligation to do so because another human being's life is at stake. I was happy to have an answer and such a good one at that. Here is hoping more people can see that.

Yes, I get the feeling sometimes that there are people who judge they are pro-life just because they wouldn't personally have an abortion :-/

I'm just glad I was conceived before abortion became common place, since I was certainly not a convenient baby.. Obama should be thankful for the same thing, but I doubt he thinks about it :-(

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