New York passed a new abortion law. Do we now need to change President Trumps motto “from “Let’s Make America Great Again,” to “Let’s Make America Pagan or Hedonistic Again?”

After reading Citizen Tom’s Post titled, Fighting for a Culture of Life, Post 2, and resultant comments, I believe we need to amend President Trump’s Motto to the reality of the New York  Abortion Law.

The Purpose of the Post

Is to compare the New York Law to the ancient Roman law in regards to a mother choice after birth. Will this new law be the perfect compromised political solution to end the 46-year-old debate of Roe and Wade which has resulted in approximately 50 million abortions or killings of unborn babies in the USA?

King Solomon,

What has been will be again, what has been done will be done again, there is nothing new under the sun. (Ecclesiastes 1:9)

What’s My Point?

The reason the Pilgrims migrated to America was to live in accordance to their religious beliefs in a culture based on Christianity. In later times the American Revolution resulted in a USA Constitution and Bill of Rights to guarantee freedom of religious choice. Over time, “Progressive interpretations” of the Constitution changed the culture of life in America to the secular belief of government laws that differ from Christian beliefs and teachings. For example, abortion.

I believe it is now time us Americans to erase the changed a common identification that America is a Christion Nation. Even though our Declaration of Independence included our Nation was founded “under God.”  

Why Pagan or Hedonistic?

Citizen Tom’s Post stated the laws in ancient Rome gave a similar choice to mothers as what New York proposed to change their laws of abortion.

“Instead of abortion, when someone (in ancient Rome) wanted to get rid of an unwanted child, they practiced infanticide. The head of the household had eight days to decide whether a newborn should be abandoned to die.”

Let’s face it, abortion is killing a living fetus in the womb of a woman, or infanticide regardless of other words to describe the medical procedure. Christians are supposed to believe in the Commandment “Thou Shalt Not Kill.”

If we Americans now prefer to do whatever we please both before or after an abortion, we are in effect practicing Christian religious beliefs in name only.

In My Opinion

After reading the proposed New York law, and relating it to Citizen Tom’s Post, let’s face it, the USA is no longer a Christion Nation in relation to abortion, sensual pleasures, material goods as defined in the word pagan or hedonistic persons.

 We have revolved back to the same pagan hedonistic practices of ancient Rome according to the Merriam Webster definition of pagan, just as the King Solomon verse described 3000 years ago.

Definition of pagan

 (Entry 1 of 2)

1HEATHEN sense 1especially a follower of a polytheistic religion (as in ancient Rome)

2one who has little or no religion and who delights in sensual pleasures and material goods an irreligious or hedonistic person

If Interested

Read in the Source Links Below the definition and Citizen Tom’s Post and previous post series of the Abortion Factor.  

You Decide

If you agree, send a message to President Trump and ask him to change his motto to the reality of Progressive Liberal Party-political platform beliefs and what SCOTUS interpreted in the Roe-Wade decision.

Is abortion, in reality, killing a living fetus in a mother’s womb any different than abandoning a child to die?

Do our laws reflect the reality of actions in our present-day Cultures of Life in America?

Will any compromise about abortion ever be Christian if it is in fact, pagan or hedonistic?.

 Regardless of any ecliptic dictionary definitions of words of what abortion, in reality, is, in any culture of life?

Regards and good will blogging.

Source Links

Citizen Tom’s Post

New York New Law

Merriam Webster Definition of Pagan

Previous Posts Series Links on Abortion Factor, Root Cause of All Human Folly

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