Should there be a rape exception for abortion?

Should there be a rape exception for abortion?

Should there be a rape exception for abortion?

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Mike Adams addresses the problem of abortion and rape.

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22 thoughts on “Should there be a rape exception for abortion?

  1. Anthony Martinez

    Is there any scriptural basis i can look up for this topic?

    October 18, 2021 at 3:33 pm Reply
  2. michael freeman

    How about we just enact a nationwide death penalty for rapists?

    October 18, 2021 at 3:33 pm Reply
  3. Raccoon City Police

    There are tons of people who would love to adopt there are so many better options.

    October 18, 2021 at 3:33 pm Reply
  4. bswihart1

    I was adopted, not sure the situation but I'm happy I'm alive. I agree that you have 2 bad situations and choose the lesser, what a great answer.

    October 18, 2021 at 3:33 pm Reply
  5. Brother Chris rco

    I know of a woman who was raped by a black man in the 70s or 80s, she not only forgave the man but kept the child, loved her and the child grew up a beautiful woman….

    October 18, 2021 at 3:33 pm Reply
  6. FullMetal Raven

    Most rape victims and insist more often time keep the baby. This can be found in many databases. Most women who decide abortion do it from a one night stand.

    October 18, 2021 at 3:33 pm Reply
  7. black saibot

    You won me over.

    October 18, 2021 at 3:33 pm Reply
  8. I James

    Great answer. However, the baby is not a child of God. Only when you're born again do you become a child of God.

    October 18, 2021 at 3:33 pm Reply
  9. Steven Batke

    Yes! Why is this even a question?

    October 18, 2021 at 3:33 pm Reply
  10. James Lake- Mental Game Snooker Coach

    Thou shalt not murder

    October 18, 2021 at 3:33 pm Reply
  11. James Lake- Mental Game Snooker Coach

    Very good explanation and humble rather than drilling home bible verses and PowerPoint slides

    October 18, 2021 at 3:33 pm Reply
  12. David B

    Rape exception = capital punishment for the criminal rapist. Not the murder of an innocent child.

    October 18, 2021 at 3:33 pm Reply
  13. Grey Knight

    The difference is the amount of psychological pain the rape victim will suffer in 9 months…. 9 MONTHS!
    I don't support abortion, EXCEPT when the baby puts the mother's life in risk or rape victims. I am sorry, i can't agree with it.

    October 18, 2021 at 3:33 pm Reply
  14. jack prescott

    We have to look into the "rapes" a lot of young women or women claims. A lot of times, they are pretty drunk ( and drugged), agrees to go to bed with one or several men and the day after, she regrets, and claims she was raped. That is not rape.

    October 18, 2021 at 3:33 pm Reply
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  16. Pete Osborne

    Religious dopes !!! Never mind the suffering of the rape victim , it's the woman's right to choose,!

    October 18, 2021 at 3:33 pm Reply
  17. Richard Lewis

    In other words two wrongs never make a right.

    October 18, 2021 at 3:33 pm Reply
  18. Richard Lewis

    Wow! What an incredibly powerful video! Thank you for your wisdom on this subject.

    October 18, 2021 at 3:33 pm Reply
  19. Den Danske Helt

    My sister had an abortion when she was 14, my mom was dating a pedophile and since she was a drunk, he impregnated my sister. I supported it at first but my best friend, who I lost to the scamdemic indoctrination, put it this way: What if that child was supposed to do something great for humanity?

    October 18, 2021 at 3:33 pm Reply
  20. Rich Ee

    God can allow humanity to suffer from the sin of our father and Mother (Adam and Eve), but we arn't God – so it's a true, but a weak idea of "the baby just doesn't deserve it". We don't have the pay-grade to make those decision of who does or doesn't deserve what.

    A victim of rape, who is now pregnant is now facing what is hell on paper. It is hard for humans to relinquish control and forecast the future of life, especially when these moral / ethical questions lack objective or qualitative data points that make the right answer obvious – and vengeance and justice would be so sweet.

    Offering the women and child substantial and financial support, prayer for her healing and allowing God to work in her and the baby's life feels soo risky, even potentially damaging to the mom or the child at the time … But what is God's plan? If she is supported and loved on, and the scenario is allowed to play out, could the decision to be pro-life be rewarded by God, to be a mercy and blessing to the women and the child? all while also being a powerful testimony of the power of God in someones life to the onlookers? This is faith in action. Out of this horrible atrocity, this fate that was served up out of evil, that no one deserves; this 'cross', is presented to be pick up and carried as we have been commissioned to do – the problem is it is out of the blue and not planned; we want justice! and it "just doesn't seem right?" But that is our precious free-will.

    We need to have faith and we (community, church, family, body) should protect the women (from sinning through knowledge of the truth) and the child's life (from being killed) and watch as our Father in heaven works in both their lives. But like others have said, I believe this is a decision for the women alone to make – it's her body and the child is her responsibility. Similar to the choice I am allowed to have, regarding my own sins; to sin, or to not sin. It's not my fault I have lust sprung upon me, but it is what I do about it. Should tax dollars pay for abortion? Absolutely not. Should she decide to give into her flesh, reject the burden of the cross, so be it – she will need to find a clinic and a way to fund the abortion – just as I don't ask others to sin for me by paying for an escort or telling me that what I am doing is fine. I don't need enablers in my life – got to many of them.

    I am homosexual. That is my cross to bear. I can choose to submit to sin, fulfill my flesh and glorify the world – I do believe in Jesus, so I would be lesser in the Kingdom. Or I can acknowledge that sin is sin, and that defining sin isn't for me to decide. I live in a fallen, broken body. Someday I will be given a glorified, perfect body that wasn't born into this fallen world – as long as I stay the course and overcome. But if I glory in that sin (become wicked), or I have seared my concise (unforgivable sin) into believing it isn't sin or God doesn't mind, well that is idolatry at best (with blasphemy, murder, stealing and lying), and I might worry about my eternity (more then I do now). Never lie about the truth. That is a dangerous game and your life for eternity is on the line.

    But if I can submit to the Lord, crucify my flesh and fight for what is righteous and holy, and repent (when I do submit to the flesh in a moment of weakness) – that is called progressive sanctification. I am trying to carry my cross, because I want to be greater in the Kingdom, that means protecting righteousness and holiness.

    This mind set has set me free. I no longer need to tell people how to live, but I am also not keeping the truth from them – there is no debate; just a worried, "do you know that God says that is a sin?". I don't feel like a judge, but now I feel like a worried little brother going ("psst, I don't think our Father likes that"). I was suicidal, depressed, judgmental, angry and hateful most of my life. SInce asking Jesus to forgive me and learning about Him (Bible) I have joy and happiness and peace I never dreamed I could have.

    So I tell the truth and walk on, unless asked more questions (awesome!) Because I am working out my own salvation with fear and trembling, and still havn't gotten the log out of my own eye. I am not worthy of giving advice other then protecting what the Bible defines as sin and sharing that with my human family. And I certainly can't say someone elses sin is worse then the sin I am guilty of. So remember, those who sacrifice, strive, give and donate on earth will be rich in the Kingdom; Those who feed their emotions, feed their flesh and pursue the world (if they believe in Jesus) will be the least of the Kingdom – or miss it :((

    Do you want to be poor for eternity or rich forever? I contend (don't know, need to study), that a women, who can selflessly care (With the Body and our Father's support; to look out / protect / defend / provide/re-home) for the child of rape will be crowned and blessed for eternity by Our Lord Jesus Christ …as if she martyred her life for another – which the Bible tells us automatically earns one the Crown of Life (very much Greater in the Kingdom, exciting! again, my opinion). Blessed is she. Blessed be all who can put 'self' (sin / flesh) aside, protect righteousness and truth (no matter what scenario that creates) and put their lives into service and sacrifice for their Father and earn their crowns.

    Have the joy, love, peace and happiness only Jesus can provide. Repent of your sins and ask Him to save you.

    Shalom family.

    October 18, 2021 at 3:33 pm Reply
  21. passerau

    I'm Christian but this is a very tough one, rape and incest are very difficult to deal with on the other hand, God created everything he can fix anything even the most distasteful situation. Like I said it's a very very tough one

    October 18, 2021 at 3:33 pm Reply
  22. Elizabeth Shaw

    Put it up for adoption. I was adopted at 3 weeks old because abortion wasn't legal when I was born. My bio mother was not raped or a product of incest she was married with two daughters and had an affair. There used to be tons of infant babies available for adoption and now there are very few and it's very expensive. I could not have children but I would love to raise a child.

    October 18, 2021 at 3:33 pm Reply

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