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Tuesday, May 15

But honey, I wanted a [brunette, blond, redhead]

Al Mohler's post today will make your skin crawl...

"Kirsten Moore, president of the pro-choice Reproductive Health Technologies Project, said that when members of her staff recently discussed whether to recommend that any prenatal tests be banned, they found it impossible to draw a line -- even at sex selection, which almost all found morally repugnant. "We all had our own zones of discomfort but still couldn't quite bring ourselves to say, 'Here's the line, firm and clear' because that is the core of the pro-choice philosophy," she said. "You can never make that decision for someone else.""

Read the whole article here... Funny. People still discuss the horrible evil of a ruler who led a country down the path of eugenics/racial hygiene and the moral imperative we were under to stop him. And yet...



  • That's a pretty scary article, huh? Sadly, not surprising, however.

    By Blogger Eva, at 10:31 AM, May 15, 2007  

  • It also makes me wonder if we'd choose not to have the child if we could somehow know that in a few years the child would have a paralyzing accident, or get a life-threatening cancer, or develop a mental illness.

    Life is full of uncertainty, a blessing from God. Not that I think prenatal testing is wrong, just that we need to use the information in God-honoring ways.

    By Blogger Eva, at 10:36 AM, May 15, 2007  

  • Previous generations have all claimed that the morals of society have slipped lower and lower. It can be said that with the growth of the world wide web and political correctness the moral slope has become a raging mud slide picking up speed and destroying every moral fiber in it's path.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3:44 PM, May 18, 2007  

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