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Tuesday, February 06, 2007

Christians, Birth Control, and Abortion

Have you used birth control in your Christian life to prevent pregnancy?

I have. I'm willing to bet every married women in my "non-denominational" church has as well. We're either the least fertile people on the planet, or we've bought into the worldly view of family planning.

Does your pastor talk about birth control on the pulpit? Has he ever?

Neither has mine, though he does talk about abortion.

What's my point? The body of Christ has accepted birth control. The next post will discuss the reality of contraception within Christianity.

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5 Comments:

  • People should be able to choose to use birth control,
    so as to avoid having to make another choice.

    Abortion is the MOTHER of all holocausts...


    DID YOU KNOW THAT YOU CAN GET AN IMPLANT (in arm)
    THAT IS SAFE, 99.9% EFFECTIVE AND LASTS FOR THREE YEARS?

    Implanon is new to the US but has been widely used in Aus for about five years.
    The only bad report iv'e heard is if your a smoker you can't use them due to increased risk of cardiovascular conditions.
    Good incentive to give the cigs a miss............
    any way my daughter has one, and no problems, no pills to remember,and she is protected from unwanted pregnancies for three years.

    Love you Lauren

    ausblog

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4:52 PM  

  • Implants are abortive. Abortion is the consequence of divorcing sex and its natural consequences (babies). Where there is birth control, abortion will surely follow.

    By Blogger JacqueFromTexas, at 5:23 PM  

  • People should be able to choose to use birth control,
    so as to avoid having to make another choice.


    No one has to choose abortion. It's not birth control or abortion. Morality allows for neither.

    By Blogger JacqueFromTexas, at 5:26 PM  

  • With each new generation, comes the realisations of some of the mistakes of the former.

    Something to do with evolution I suspect.


    Many practices of the past are no longer practiced.

    Abortion should soon join the practices of old.

    Sometime in the not too distant future, people will look back in disbelief and horror at many of the practices of today.

    By Blogger aus blog, at 6:05 AM  

  • Did you know Implanon is abortive and its predecessor, Norplant, was banned for hurting women?

    By Blogger JacqueFromTexas, at 7:39 AM  

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