Does having a heartbeat indicate life?
The Chicago Tribune article titled, Georgia’s GOP governor sign ‘heartbeat’ abortion ban, reports the new State law according to CEO of Planned Parenthood “criminalizes doctors for providing lifesaving care.”
The Purpose of this PostNo
Is to question the wisdom or folly of believing how stopping a heartbeat is considered to be “lifesaving care?”
There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens:
a time to be born and a time to die, a time to plant and a time to uproot,
a time to kill and a time to heal, a time to tear down and a time to build, (Ecclesiastes 3:1-3)
Above all else, guard your heart, for everything you do flows from it. (Proverb 4:23)
What’s My Point?
In a previous post titled, King Solomon, “A thing to Die for”, or live for?, about the opinion of Prince Andrew made about the birth of his new born son, and also his statement, “ “How any woman does what they do is beyond comprehension,” I question if his statement was misconstrued when he stated his new son was “A thing to die for.”
The Supreme Court ruled “that a woman’s right to choose an abortion was protected by the privacy rights guaranteed by the Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.”
Ultrasound prenatal diagnosis really began with the Lancet paper by Campbell and his group who in 1972.” Equipment resolution development followed into 1983.
My point being that 3000 years ago King Solomon’s wisdom verses stated there is a time to be born, die, kill, and heal, and gave advice to “guard your heart.”
In My Opinion
We should have passed this law back in 1983 and overturned Roe and Wade to: heal SCOTUS to guard the hearts “of the millions of aborted babies.
In the Source Links below are articles about ultrasound and the previous post.
Should the Supreme Court overrule the Georgia court rule when Planned Parenthood or whoever challenges the new law?
Is the CEO of Planned Parenthood statement wise of foolish, misconstrued, or “beyond comprehension?”
Should having a newborn child a thing to die for, or live for, be a wise or foolish blessing or curse in the USA?
Regards and good will blogging.