27 Replies to “Should there be a rape exception for abortion?”

  1. What about if there's a problem with the baby and it's poisoning the mother because of an infection or something? The babies definitely gonna die but if they don't get it out so will the mother?

  2. Abortion cannot be equated biblically as murder. No public should interfere in the freedom of choice of a woman. Others should better support a stumbled women for the protection of her rights according to law. There should not be a theocratic exercise of law parallel to the laws of a country.

  3. Couldn't agree more Sir. With this stance and the accompanying evident openness to learning you've definitely given me more confidence in Cross-examined going forward.

  4. My friend is in med schools and talked to a abortion doctor that has been to doing abortions for like 30 years (yes I know, abominable) anyways that abortion doctor said he never had one rapecase where the woman got pregnant

  5. You people realize that there are woman out there who would rather die than go through bearing a child? Especially a child of rape? Millions of them. You want to kill 2 people, or one? They will jump off bridges, and you will all be to blame.

    And the thought of the church supporting the woman is laughable. Modern christians don’t care about anyone but themselves except when it comes to their attempts to create a theocracy. I cannot wait until religion goes away and the world collectively facepalms when looking back at the stupidity. Fortunately, it’s already happening.

  6. If you get raped take the pill, why wait until the baby grows up to finally kill him? Tbh if my wife or sister or daughter gets raped we aint keeping the baby even if i am a conservative (middle eastern) christian

  7. The rapist is wrong and evil, the situation is wrong and evil. The child was brought about by an evil act but the child is not evil, they have done nothing wrong to be subjected to an abortion. It is the position from the mother's point of view that by removing the baby you remove the pain of the offense, but you can never remove that, it will always be there. I can see where taking care of the child would be a painful reminder of what happened, but it can also be one of love for either the mother or an adoptive set of parents. Do you take away a lifetime of experiences for one human because of one bad experience created by another human?

  8. I support the notion that the church has to step up, however nowadays im many parts of the world, churches protect their own reputation and are the first ones to condemn.. some cases they even ignore..

    There has to be a global ideology shift and one that is collective on the interpretations of the bible.. the bible is an objective book that hits our subjective.. there cannot be people using and manipulating the message in the bible to suit their agenda.. and thats the problem in many churches nowadays..

    I appreciate and fully agree on ur views and i hope that the church and its community can do more to help its society..

  9. My Response is to ask, "If there is an exception for the Woman who is raped, then doesn't that mean that you then have to allow for a Man who is raped, to decide whether to Force his female rapist to abide by His wishes over Her own? In regards to aborting the baby??"

    Also, I consider abortion in the effort to save a pregnant Woman's Life, to be the only real medical use of the procedure.
    Everything else is abortion industry propaganda. I encourage healthy, peaceful debate's on the subject.

  10. a friend of mine is a product of rape and is one of the most Christian women I know. There should be no rape exception.

  11. Rape is not an exception to have an abortion. Carrying/giving birth to the rapist's child does not determine who or what the child will become. I remember reading an article about a woman who was raped and had the rapist's child. That woman was devastated, emotionally damaged, etc. But she did not, with God's help, allow that moment in time cause her to make the decision to have an abortion, nor did she put her child up for adoption. That child is a healthy baby who is being raised by her mother who is a Christian.

  12. "If the government won't do it than the Church needs to be the first to step up." – It is the responsibility of the Church to serve others not the government. The Church needs to be the first to step up, not wait on the government.

  13. If children were brought into the world by an act of pure reason alone, would the human race continue to exist? Would not a man rather have so much sympathy with the coming generation as to spare it the burden of existence, or at any rate not take it upon himself to impose that burden upon it in cold blood?

  14. No.

    Our individual DNA process is a continuous process, unfurling from the moment of conception. There is no later stage of our existence that is not dependent on earlier stages of our existence, as a continuous entity in space and time. Our DNA process is continuous in both space and time from the moment of our conception, to the moment of our death.

    Acceptance, rationalization of the termination of an already unfurling DNA process, once invited to unfurl, requires the irrational acceptance of a temporal bias. In the continuum of space/time, that continuously unfurling DNA process is not a complete individual human 'yet.' That is because we are not regarding that human over the complete time-space continuum that it exists in. But, the only thing required to see the complete individual human is the passage of time.

    We are of course much more than our unfurling DNA processes, but whatever we are, the basis of our life, cannot exist without the unmolested possession of that unfurling DNA process.

    The fetus is a concrete example of a new individual DNA process, unfurling. There is and has been a conflict to define the most fundamental aspect of an individual — the term of its existence. The resolution of this conflict — between the newest individual and others — is resolved by others, based on whatever philosophical or moral guidance they bring to the conflict. The rationalizations in support of abortion boil down to the convenience of the others, based mostly on a shaky temporal bias that is permitted to stand, unquestioned.

  15. Well at least your honest that you want women to be inferior to men and force them to give birth against their will.

  16. What if a teenage girl who was raped becomes pregnant and because she is so young and her body too weak to bear a child, because she was raped; needs an abortion in order to save her life or else she will die along with the child in her womb. Is that a good enough exception?

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