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The History of Abortion

The History of Abortion



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This is the article that I have created to expose the history of abortion. Abortion is about murdering innocent unborn human beings. The babies' body parts are sold globally in an immoral way. The evil of abortion is finally being shown for what it is. Polls shows that more and more Americans are Pro-Life than 20 years ago.
This is the article that I have created to expose the history of abortion. Abortion is about murdering innocent unborn human beings. The babies' body parts are sold globally in an immoral way. The evil of abortion is finally being shown for what it is. Polls shows that more and more Americans are Pro-Life than 20 years ago.

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Published by: Timothy on Jun 22, 2009
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For thou hast possessed my reins: thou hast covered me in mymother's womb.
I will praise thee; for I am fearfully andwonderfully made
: marvellous are thy works; and that mysoul knoweth right well. My substance was not hid from thee,when I was made in secret, and curiously wrought in thelowest parts of the earth.Thine eyes did see my substance,yet being unperfect; and in thy book all my members werewritten, which in continuance were fashioned, when as yetthere was none of them.-Psalm 139:13-16
The History of Abortion
Abortion is murder as we all know. I don't care what the mainstream media says.When you shed innocent blood and rip out body parts of an unborn human being,you're killing that human being. In order to understand the evil dynamics ofabortion, it's vital to understand a crisp history of its origin. Even in the days of theOld Testament, the Torah forbade abortion procedures since abortion is about theintentional murder of unborn human life in the womb.
There is plenty of medicalevidence to confirm that unborn human life is complex in the womb from where
it begins during conception. In conception, human DNA exists in the zygote.
By 6to 8 weeks, the baby in the womb had very complex organs.
The first recordedevidence of induced abortion is found in the ancient Egyptian Ebers Papyrus from ca.1550 B.C. There are ancient Chinese records of abortions against royal concubinesfrom between the years of 515 B.C. and 500 B.C.
It's easy to see in the Bible that Godknew or comprehended the destiny of nations (including the paths of people) formthe womb. In Exodus 34:5-7, the verses call God as merciful. The Hebrew word formerciful in that passage is called rachum. Rachamim is Hebrew for mercy. Now, thispassage confirms an aspect of God being merciful. This character was to the prophetMoses on Mount Sinai. Ironically, racham is the root word for the Hebrew word forwomb called rachum. So, in the Hebrew language, the womb was a place of mercy.This is where a child was formed in the image of God and it was born from. Thewomb is a holy place. Exodus 21:22-25 is a verse talking about abortion. Beforegoing forward, here are the verses:
"....Notwithstanding, if he continue a day or two, he shall not be punished: for he ishis money.22 ¶ If men strive, and hurt a woman with child, so that her fruit depart from her, andyet no mischief follow: he shall be surely punished, according as the woman'shusband will lay upon him; and he shall pay as the judges determine.23 And if any mischief follow, then thou shalt give life for life,24 eye for eye, tooth for tooth, hand for hand, foot for foot,25 burning for burning, wound for wound, stripe for stripe..."
One view of these verses is that it describes that abortion is wrong and thataborting a fetus by a fight against a woman is a serious matter
. The term formiscarriage is not used in this text, but the normal term for a live child birth. Thetext makes no distinction between the harm done either to the mother or the child.Even if this text solely outlines a miscarriage (
as pro abortionists maintain
), this textand no text in the Bible condones abortion at all. This text conclusively prove thatthe death of an infant is evil and a penalty ought to be required. Another view ofthese verses is that abortion is wrong and is equated to murder. This text refers to anaccidential injury, while abortion is purposeful destruction of innocent human life inthe womb. The Torah doesn't issue the death penalty for accidental death normally.The text doesn't even dehumanize the unborn, but outlines punishments for a crime.From the Bible, God knew the plan of Jeremiah before being formed in the belly ofthe womb.
God hates the shedding of innocent blood. (as found in Exodus 23:7,Proverbs 6:16-19, Isaiah 5:20-21).
To abort a baby is to kill an innocent. Abortion isthe epitome of shedding innocent blood and murdering human beings. The Law ofMoses says clearly: "...Thou shalt not Kill..."
The baby is inside of the womb with a
different blood than the mother's, with separate brainwaves, and differenthuman DNA making it separate and independent from the mother being aperson. Therefore, the unborn baby is clearly a human being
. God the Son wasin Mary's womb.Mary was poor and lived in harsh circumstances so does Marydeserves an abortion possessing the right to choose?
Is Jesus inside of Mary'swomb, part of Mary's body? Are the prophets of the OT deserve abortion if theirmothers are poor, born out of wedlock, sick mothers, etc. The answers to thesequestions are of course No.
Abortion is borderline blasphemy since innocent life isdegraded and it disrespects Christ's birth with a poor family being God in the flesh.Abortion is just directly an interference to the potential of all human life leading to agreat life following God. There is a possibility that the aborted child could be theworld's next great leader, but we may never know or witness that since that life isgone.
Numerous great men and women who existed in human history havesurvived abortions.
Now, pagan cultures throughout thousands of years haveperformed abortions and sacrificed their own human infants to false gods. They dothis as apart of a ritual in their deluded belief that these false gods can return favorsthey ask of them. Abortion was and is a sacrifice of innocent human life for theconvenience or needs of others. One of the most famous stories in the Old Testamentthat describes child sacrifice was the worship of Molech. Molech is the Canaanitedeity that is described as image of a ox, cow, bull, etc. It was worshipped by Semitictribes like theAmmonites,Edomitesand theMoabites. Molech has been called Baal as well.
, or
, representingsemitic 
, (aroot which occurs in various Hebrew and Arabic words related tokings) is either thename of agodor the name of a particular kind ofsacrificeassociated with fire.  Jeremiah 32:35refers to Molech as passing through the fire in rituals. These ritualviolate the authority and commandments of God. The OT gives stern punishmentsagainst apostate Jewish people participating in the rituals of Molech completely. The12th centuryrabbi Rashi, commenting on Jeremiah 7:31stated:
“…Tophet is Moloch, which was made of brass; and they heated him from hislower parts; and his hands being stretched out, and made hot, they put thechild between his hands, and it was burnt; when it vehemently cried out; butthe priests beat a drum, that the father might not hear the voice of his son, andhis heart might not be moved. ..”
Now, Roman and Greek sources also prove that Baal relates to offering children tobe murdered in a fire as sacrifices in the city of Carthage in North Africa. TheCanaanites or the Phoenicians established colonies in North Africa, Spain, andpossibly Britain. Molech's other names includeApis Bull, theGolden Calf, and Chemosh. Baal and Molech are equivalent deities according to modernarchaeologists and anthropologists. Baal's female consort (which exist in numerousMystery Religions) was Asherah and the wife of Molech was Ashteroth. Both ofthese goddesses are fertility beings that have influences in the origin of the pagan

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