When does Life begin?

There seems to be a debate these days about “When does Life Begin in the womb”?   To Me, this question has two possible answers.  The first one, and this I say say first because some people seem to be pushing around the issue, and you have to respect their “Right to decide” (if you can conceive such a thing). And the second one (Which I beleive ought to be the first, but then again, people have the right not to beleive in God, and even He respects that right, so, why wouldn’t I. ? But if you do…, please consider this:

When do You think that The Virgin Mary first beleived that she would be pregnant….? (Luke 2.  ” Here is The Lord’s Slave. Do onto Me as Thy will”).

It doesn’t take much common sense to see that this answer means inmediately, and way before!.

If you put the first answer jointly with the second one, guess what?…. You have a matter of  Consciense, and if you look in a little closer, more than this….   You’re being watched!!.

A Pro-abortionist said that not all unwanted pregnacies are a woman’s fault.  But definetely,  any abortion is! ….  Unless It’s performed against her will,  of course.


  1. timidsquirrel
    Posted February 4, 2009 at 2:29 am | Permalink

    You ask when life begins, but life is not as important as consciousness. It is more meaningful to ask “When does consciousness begin in the womb?”

  2. Posted February 4, 2009 at 9:27 pm | Permalink

    I’m afraid you’re missing the point, because it isn’t the one in the womb who is responsible for answering that question. It’s the mother. You don’t expect the baby to pop out and say ….Hey, …Whait a minute, I’m here.

  3. timidsquirrel
    Posted February 13, 2009 at 10:05 pm | Permalink

    Oh, so you think the baby isn’t important then….fair enough. If we knew the answer we’d know whether it was wrong or not.

    • Posted March 20, 2009 at 11:35 pm | Permalink

      I don’t understand why you say the baby’s life isn’t important . What I said is that the parents and only the parents are responsible for the life (and death of ) any unborn child that is theirs from the start. There is no way to deny the responsability, and there is no way you can deny that the child wants to live. So, by abortion, you violate the basic human right. That is, the right to life, which is against the Constitution, The 10 Commandments, and any other natural law on earth.

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