Caution, if you are foolish and do not want to understand, this post may cause your ears to experience a “painful itch,” because sometimes “the truth hurts.”
In Previous Post One,
I stated iI will present comparison examples of how an ancient Proverb about abortion was interpolated and used to promote an agenda.
You decide and judge if the translation and use of the proverb to justify abortion was a simple misunderstanding, or a purposeful interpolation to promote an agenda.
And if a purposeful interpolation, do the writers and/or editors who approve the statement use good judgment, or, are they simple fools lacking understanding?
Or are they troublemaker sinners?
Purpose of This Post
Is not to take issue with the Supreme Court Roe and Wade Ruling. That is because I believe any law to imprison any women who has an abortion would be double jeopardy punishment for their sorrowful decision to abort her child.
Rather the purpose of this post is to hopefully provide understanding to people who use Bible verses to persuade anyone to abort a child.
The question they should ask themselves is, whose or what agenda is influencing them?
There are six things the LORD hates, seven that are detestable to him:
eyes that are arrogant,
a tongue that lies,
hands that murder the innocent,
a heart that hatches evil plots,
feet that race down a wicked track,
a mouth that lies under oath,
a troublemaker in the family. (Proverb 6:16-19)
What’s My Point?
Whether a person is a believer in any religious faith, I believe most people today would both hate and detest what King Solomon described in the above Proverb written 3000 years ago.
If you relate the verses to abortion, both how a woman may have become pregnant, there might be a factor or arrogance, innocence, hearts, and/or lies involved.
If you consider a child in a womb as being innocent, and the child is aborted, regardless of what word termonolgy is used to justify abortion, ending life in any form may also be considered same as killing or murder by a doctor hands performing the abortion.
If you consider hearts to be capable of evil and someone convinces a woman to an abortion, was the person led down an evil path, or an evil agenda?
In the Source Links below, are examples of how various people used Bible verses to justify the Bible to influence people to believe the Bible condones abortion.
Also, a post which challenges the understanding of the verses by the prochoice writers who used the verses.
Also, Links to explain a “Painful Itch” and “The Truth Hurts Quotes.”
In My Opinion
I frankly believe that the agenda of any person who interpolates a Bible verse to justify an abortion has been influenced by an evil troublemaker.
The identity of my surmised evil troublemaker has been identified many times in the Bible by people who are not fools and have been taught the truthful meanings of Bible verses.
If after reading the Source Links, and considering the previous post One Proverb,
Your simple people, use good judgment. Your foolish people, show some understanding. (Proverb 8:5 NLT)
Which word would you use to describe the writers, simple, lacking judgement, or fools who did not take the time and effort to understand the real meaning of the Biblical verses before they used the Biblical verses to justify abortion?
If after reading the Gils Source, do you agree that the Bible verses of Ecclesiastes 4:1-3 used to justify abortion, when understood and related to abortion as being a sorrowful matter as explained in the following sentence.
“But these are senses that will not bear; the first is best; and the design is to show the great unhappiness of mortals, that even a nonentity is preferred to them;”
In My Next Post
I will explore how news media interpolates certain news articles to reveal a political opinion or agenda instead of providing objective news reports to help voters decide the issues.
Pro – Choice
Pro – Life
The Truth Hurts Quotes
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