One's Observations

A collection of some things I observe along the way.

Retrieving...

"Today marks the 37th anniversary of the infamous US Supreme Court Roe v. Wade decision, which, in effect, legalized abortion-on-demand nationwide. The aftermath of this tragic ruling is the deaths of over 40 million (a very conservative number) innocent unborn babies. It is no hyperbole to say abortion is America's holocaust. Think of it, every American citizen today, 37 years old or younger, has never known a country that respected and protected innocent human life in the womb. Put it another way: when Hitler's Third Reich was at its zenith, the abortion rate was 40%. In 2003 (the last year that I checked), the abortion rate of the county in which I live was 39%. And I live in the heart of the so-called "Bible Belt." In fact, statistically speaking, the most dangerous place to be in America is not in an automobile without wearing a seat belt, or in a commercial airliner with a potential terrorist on board. Statistically speaking, the most dangerous place to be is in the womb of one's mother." (Chuck Baldwin's Column)

3 comments:

innominatus said...

I'm adopted, and I was born in '69. I often wonder where I'd have ended up if Roe v Wade had happened a few years sooner...

One said...

innominatus,

Blessings to you. I pray God will forgive the wicked culture we have created in America.

~One

fuzzys dad said...

May God forgive us for the murders done because of this ruling.

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