So, we'd rather a person in that situation not compound what she already did by adding murder... and that's hypocrisy, how? Are you saying we're secretly in favor of killing babies, or what, exactly?
posted on 12/05/2006 10:49:29 PM PST
No. I am 100% pro life.
It is hypocritical to advocate this position based on a biblical world view, then go around writing condemning, slanderous statements about someone without all the facts.
We do not know if this girl was married at a young age or even raped. Furthermore, even if her child is a bastard, which so many here are assuming, she did not give into the societal pressure to kill him. That is commendable. Furthermore, she might be a repentant fornicator. This would mean that God has forgiven her, and it is wrong for others to condemn someone God has justified.
Christians bring so much judgment on themselves by doing this. I just hope those who do this turn from their error before such a thing happens to someone they care for, or fall into the same temptation.
Also, I am among the very few Christians I have discussed personally with who have NOT committed the sin of fornication. I wonder how many of this young woman's critics can say that? If they cannot, why are they such fools as to condemn someone for a sin they are guilty of even without knowing for certain she is guilty of it?
posted on 12/06/2006 11:06:03 AM PST
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