The Truth About Abortion And Human Life, Part 50: The Bible All Things Abortion

People say that the Bible is vague on the issue of abortion. But is it really? I used to think so, but this year, I’ve began to go on a journey, discovering that there may be more than meets the eye. Today, I want to let you in on a glimpse of this research, and I will begin by linking to Free Grace Broadcaster – 220 – Abortion, which I believe helped me to have a passion to study the Scriptures concerning this topic.

I’m sure you have been around some Conservatives that say that Abortion is the equivalent of Child Sacrifice !Molech. I used to have somewhat of an understanding, but because of the Is Torah For Israel Or For Everyone? webinar, which briefly mentions infanticide, I decided to go on a search about whathe the Jews believe concerning abortion. You may say that this is a skewed approach to the subject, but you are reading revitionist-authors, I’m sure. Check your sources. Now, here is the article.

The next article presents the undeniable teachings of the Early Church on abortion, and then we have the Reformers’ Theology on the subject. I link to these articles to show you one about if the Lord approves of Infanticide and abortion, which I will not show yet.

In 1 John, it says that God has no darkness in Him at all (1 John 1:5). It is absurd the way we twist the Bible and make God out to be a liar. You may say, “What do you mean? It isn’t evil to give the woman a right to do with her body whatever you want?” I am 22. I am at the average abortion-minded woman’s age. Are you saying that I should feel empowered when I go into Planned Parenthood and they don’t talk to me about the choices I have other than killing my baby? That actually sadens me to the core. I have not yet had children, but who knows what God will plan, but one thing is for sure: I will not abort my baby or babies. I am going to tell you a parable:

Today, I had a child named John. Four years from now, I may have a child (some may call it a fetus, not a human) named Jared. Should I call him a human or a Fetus? Should I call John a human and Jared a fetus, not a human? Before I continue, I’ll post the article here.

Rather you are talking about animals or humans, a fetus is offspring, resembling the adult. So, should I call one of my children a human and one a fetus (again, I don’t have children, so this is not a true story). Regardless of what I call John or Jared, I would be calling the child a human. Now, I want you to read one more thing. Just because there are certain things written in the anals of history that the Jews aborted their children dosn’t matter. Just because it is recorded in history doesn’t mean God condones it. You would say, “Well, then let’s flip it on its head.” If God condoned ripping the wombs of women open, don’t you think the references in the above article would be omitted? Don’t you think that God would praise the choices of other countries that would do this? Don’t you think God would consider Israel a blessed and prosperous nation when this happened? Selah!

I have some more articles. I am writing this paragraph on April 28th, 2021, and may publish it on a later date. I want you to read Murder On All Accounts: Eugenics, Sx-Selected Abortions, Stem Cell Research, And Euthanasia. I want you to also read Parker Green’s blog called The Answer To Chaos. This shows that it is the fatherlessness and single-parent homes that are the problem. If we get back to the Bible and even the model shown by Abraham, Isaac and Jacob i.e. the father’s blessing, it we will see it go better than it is now. I want you actually to go to and subscribe to their site (at least until this series is over with) so you don’t miss out. I also want to show you one last article before we listen to a podcast I made a while back, written by Answers In Genesis which is called Abortion And Child Sacrifice.

Thanks for reading this blog. I hope and pray that this helps everyo understand abortion from the Bible’s point of view somewhat. Please comment below as to how this helps you. God bless!

By Patelin Cogswell

My name is Patelin Cogswell. I was born on September 24, 1998. I was born in Oklahoma City. I went to Oklahoma School for the Blind and graduated in 2017. I am called as a Minister of the Gospel and an Intercessor. However, this is not about me. My life is dedicated to making Christ alone. This blog was called because I didn’t want my name on the blog like others do because I feel like it is not me living but Christ living through me.

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