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“Pro-Choice” or “Pro-Choose-my-Choice”?

  • Sep 07 / 2012
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Abortion, Politics

“Pro-Choice” or “Pro-Choose-my-Choice”?

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I’ve always thought the greatest strength of the Pro-Life position is the consistency of our belief. Since we believe every human life is created in the image of God, we believe every life is precious. That leads us to defend the dignity of life whether it’s the womb, a wheelchair, or the old folks’ home down the street.

Conversely, the pro-choice movement is absolutely riddled with contradictions. When should an unborn baby be granted personhood? Ask 10 pro-choicers and you’ll probably get 15 different answers since many are so unsure they keep multiple options. What is an acceptable reason to have an abortion? The answers range from rape to fetal deformity to too much freshman homework.

The video below shows the broader impact of the weak pro-choice rationale as it played out in this week’s Democratic National Convention. Consider using this logic the next time you engage with someone who claims to be pro-choice. Odds are they are struggling with the same identity crisis as these people.


Psalm 18:30
This God—his way is perfect; the word of the LORD proves true; he is a shield for all those who take refuge in him.

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