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Monday
Nov132017

Pro-Choice vs Pro-Life Slippery Slope Pope

Biblically, people who deny the authority of Scripture or the deity of Christ are pejoratively considered to be apostates, subject to final judgement day by God.  Today, however, this term is wildly thrown around by Islamic terrorists as an admonition that members of any non-Muslim denomination are heretics and as non-believers subject to a dimmitude tax as a second-class status who must pay a tax levy to live in Muslim society on earth or die as an infidel punished by being stoned to death. Don't believe that?  Read the Quran.


Historically, Martin Luther started and lead the Lutheran movement away from Catholicism and founded the Protestant movement. That is my personal religious connection to Catholicism. Certainly here, I as a non-Catholic do not consider my Christian brethren as apostates for how they worship God either. So, why do I compare our Christian beliefs and diversity in how we worship God? It is because the Catholic Church has a dogma dilemma within theology at its very core about how to decide on the sanctity of life in the womb for its followers.

The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops is set to take place as they will gather for their annual Fall General Assembly, November 13-14, 2017, in Baltimore, Maryland. Cardinal Cupich, who aligns with Pope Francis, vyes to head a committee with a relatively obscure post for the Chairman on Pro-Life Activities. A conservative anti-abortion vote after nearly five years into the reign of Pope Francis is rocking the Catholic Church around the world. A growing number of followers, especially in the U.S., have grown in their opposition to his liberal pro-abortion stand and support Archbishop Naumann who aligns more closely to Popes John Paul II and Benedict XVI against it.

Pope Francis concedes people were right to be appalled by abortion practices. But, he said, "We should be no less appalled by the indifference toward the thousands of people who die daily for lack of decent medical care...or who are executed by the state in the name of justice." Personally, it's offensive as an American to be disrespected around the world and then we're expected to carry the financial tax burden with the responsibility to care for these discarded lives. Why do so many governments of the world never take care of their own populations' sufferings? 

I finally have to concede the argument to Pope Francis because everyone just talks and no citizens individually take their own personal responsibility for actions creating the world's unbridled births which are ultimately abused and killed. So it amounts to the Catholic Church acting like Pontius Pilate washing his hands of a dicey situation by disavowing unethical, ethnic cleansing of these unwashed masses. The ancient Roman religion was polytheistic, they worshipped many gods which involved sacrifice and prayer, so be it then. As the ancient Romans emperors in the Colosseum said, "Let the games begin!"

Reader Comments (1)

No one can say you haven't got wit, Don. I love your observation on the "games".

Personally, I think abortion is acceptable under certain dire circumstances, but too often I've known of women who use the procedure as birth control because their mate forgot his condom. No matter how you call it, when the egg is fertilized _that_ is the beginning of life and in a few weeks there is a beating heart and _that_ is a living child.

November 16, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterEd Lewis

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