It’s Complicated . . .


1 + x = 2. Those who are gifted intellectuals can follow the reasoning of this math equation, and discover the mysterious variable. But what if I scribbled on the blackboard? Even the finest mathematician would be spoofed. You can’t solve what you can’t see.

In the human life debate (as I will call it, as pro-life/pro-choice are misleading) it comes down to one issue – are the unborn human beings?  It’s simple. If they are, then killing them is morally wrong. You don’t get to kill someone just because they are an inconvenient result of a poor decision. Someone’s life trumps someone else’s nine-months of discomfort. This is common sense. Killing innocent people is wrong. If the unborn child is human, then it has rights which no government or group of people can grant or withhold. This is the only argument anyone should be having: human, or not.

But this is not a conversation abortion supporters want to participate in. . . because the issue is a lot more complicated. I’ve had debates with abortion supporters, and this is always their fall-back in one sense or the other, some will just say “it’s complicated,” while others will skirt around the issue and avoid all arguments they can’t refute by ringing off a list of irrational assumptions. Why? Because you can’t fight what you can’t see. And they know this. Their only way of winning is by distracting from the real issue – are the unborn human beings?

It gets weirder. Many abortion advocate’s will actually acknowledge the unborn to be human beings,  “Yup, science proves it’s a human . . .but the mother didn’t ask for them, and the fetus can’t feel pain, and they can’t breathe, and how dare you force a woman to be pregnant, and it’s a women’s right, and the supreme court, and Hillary Clinton, and freedom, and Planned Parenthood,  and bla bla . . . bla . . .bla.”

After making the statement that the unborn are human, the abortion supporter will immediately start clouding the statement with a lot of non-issues when compared with killing another human being (“It’s a human, but . . .”). Denying them their ability to live, love, and pursue happiness. I encourage you, research some abortion propaganda, you will see – people covering the truth, not with arguments, but with the only thing they have the power to do: confusion, and complicatedness.

It’s not complicated. People don’t get to kill other people unless those other people are seeking to kill more people. Babies don’t kill anyone; therefore, no killing babies.

This article doesn’t deal extensively with the issue of whether the unborn are human. For several reasons.

1)  Many abortion supporters already know and acknowledge the unborn child to be a living human being. Some openly state this. Others deny it, but contradict themselves by slogans about making abortion “safe, legal, and rare.” Why make it rare if it is just a glob of intrauterine tissue?  Because they know it’s a valuable human life.

2) But, there are groups of people who completely reject the idea that the unborn are human beings and that there is no reason not to dispose of worthless cells. I don’t spend a lot of time with these people. For the same reason that I don’t spend a lot of time explaining to people that the grass is green, or that the earth is round. You have the right to reject logic and reasoning, but don’t expect others to spend much time educating someone who openly rejects truth just because it doesn’t support their world view.

In conclusion, don’t allow abortion supporters to displace your position with distraction techniques. Force them to attack your argument. Research this, look at both sides, and develop an informed, unbiased, objective opinion on abortion. This article is not about starting yet another argument, or backslapping over trouncing abortion supporters. This article is about making a statement with no strings attached, no fog, no mistaking, and no confusion or complicatedness. . .

The United States has supported the killing of 50,000,000 children – this is unfathomably evil, and must end.



Encouragement – How abortion will end

You don’t win a battle by crippling your enemy, you win a battle by developing a superior power. If a nation gains more territory while losing their own, what has been accomplished? A person must ask – am I encouraging those who share my passion? Or am I trapped in fighting the opposition? So noble the cause of “fighting the bad guys” I allow my fellow man to stumble behind. God’s word says that we are the body of Christ. A body needs all its members working smoothly to function effectively.

Your heart is important, but it’s far from useful without blood to pump. Blood is theoretically needed, but disposable without oxygen. Oxygen is a nice idea, but without  lungs to breath, it is nothing but lonesome matter. The mouth is noble in many ways, but without a stomach – well – I suppose it would be rather awkward after we are done chewing our dinner.

Every body part is needed, but without its companion – it’s nothing. God’s word describes us, the collective population of believers, as a body. The body of Christ.

The Buildup/Undermine principle. At it’s roots, this principle is the idea that it is better the build up your own ranks, than to tear down your enemy’s. It’s a healthier quest to strengthen your friend than to weaken your foe. If you cripple your enemy,  but allow your allies to suffer – you have failed.

Firefighters leave no one behind. Soldiers die together. And anyone who fights for a cause must realize that it’s brother and sisters first, enemy second.

The spark of these first paragraphs was a number – 70.

I saw a figure in an article that seventy percent of women who have abortions identify as Christians. I’m not sure the credibility of this number, or all the variables – but even if the number were twenty-five percent, this would still be heartbreaking. The pro-life movement (many people of faith) arduously fights against abortion – billboards, websites, videos, debates, research – this is all needed. But it would seem that before we fight the bad guys, we should take care of our own. 70 %. This means that the churches are the places that are falling short. But churches – of the many I have gone to – don’t address abortion. Many of us in the church who take an active stance against abortion assume that the women in our churches our covered. Busy fighting planned parenthood, Hillary Clinton,  and NARAL – we forget to look in our own backyard. Our sisters need support. We have fallen unacceptably short in this area. Unless Christians come together, through the Holy Spirit, and protect their own – I fear that abortion will last, much, much longer.

I don’t know why. Perhaps Christians don’t want to offend people. Perhaps they don’t care. Perhaps they don’t recognize the problem. If the body of Christ where to show women that they are loved and supported, and that their unborn child is loved and supported – before, during, and after birth – we would vastly reduce the number of abortions. Not only that, but many who are “pro-life” are a conversation away from actually realizing the gravity of this issue. Our laziness in this area is horrendous. Christians must see the gravity of this practice – because once the problem of abortion is made real to people, action takes place. By choosing to love and support mothers and young women within the church, and to discuss this practice openly during prayer meetings/bible studies, not only are we mitigating abortion, but we are also raising up more soldiers for the cause – it’s a win-win.

This only happens if we take action – if we choose to bring this up in our conversations with fellow believers. If we choose to love the women in our lives.

Don’t mistake my position – I do believe in fighting the opposition. Debating pro-choicers – voting against pro-abortion legislation and leaders. These things have their place, but not at the expense of the body of Christ. The body must heal before it can fight this battle effectively. Christians need to love their own, before they fight their challengers. There’s a balance that must take place.

I assure you – abortion won’t end through fights, or billboards, or protests, or websites, or tee shirts, or Presidents, or money, or groups, or debates, or logic, or legislation. . .

How will abortion end? It will end through loving our neighbor.

Don’t be a Faker


Joe Biden. Current vice-president of the USA. His statement in defense of the unborn: “My Catholic faith believes life begins at conception. . . but. . . I refuse to impose that view on others.”

See Biden’s statement here, Biden believes that the child in the womb, from the time of conception is human life. Biden believes the unborn are human life, abortion is the killing of that [human life], thus Joe Biden believes abortion is the killing of human life.

Keep this tidbit in mind during the following scenario:

1940 – mid-holocaust. Jews are escorted into gas chambers. Thousands – millions – of women, men, and children.

John Nance Garner (vice president of the USA between 1933-1941)  and his defense of the minorities – “My view is that [Jews, Christians, and the disabled] are human life . . .but . . . I refuse to impose that view on others.”

What’s the difference between this hypothetical (inconceivable) statement by the vice president of the United States of America in 1940, and the statement made by our current VP?

Both state a belief in  human life, and both refuse to “impose their views on others.” Is that moral? Is that justice? The statement made by John Nance Garner, I am relieved to tell, is 100 percent made up. The statement by Joe Biden is – less relievingly – 100 percent not made up.

Maybe Joe doesn’t know what he’s saying – but probably he does, and his reasoning is as logical as a spider-teasing-frog-puppy. . .  You, Mr. Biden, believe wholeheartedly that the unborn are humans, yet you don’t think it’s your place to impose that on others? That doesn’t add up. I’d understand if the issue were regarding saving watermelon rinds for the wholesome stiffening of ones erythrocytes, or the endorsement of Smileys lollipops – “I believe the rainbow lolly to be the finest lolly in the western hemisphere. This is my belief… but… I refuse to impose it on others.” – I can live with that Mr. vice president. But Joe, these are not lollipops, or watermelon rinds – these are human beings, and your willful neglect of what you believe to be a human being is, frankly, incomprehensible.

Biden believes the unborn are human beings, that life begins at conception. . . this would infer that  – as the Declaration of Independence says – he believes they are created equal, and have the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. But, for political agendas – because he’s a coward (forgive me, but this is a troubling strain of information) – the man refuses to stand up for over 50,000,000 babies killed in the USA over the past forty years. Wouldn’t want to impose. . .

But what about Christians. Are we going to be Joe Biden? Personally believing that whole generations are being wiped out, but not having the courage to stand up for what we believe, for the truth.

Don’t pretend to care about the unborn – that doesn’t help. God’s word calls us to speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves (Proverbs 31:8). It’s our duty to take part in looking out for our fellow man. God calls it loving thy neighbor as thyself. Don’t worry if you aren’t having cozy feelings of compassion – God will give you all you need. Don’t fret if you have little reserves in the courage barrel – God will give it.

Sorry to rain on your parade Nazi tyrants,  but you don’t get to kill millions of people because your demon-possessed mind thinks it’s right. You will be held accountable. Because all are created equal. 

You’re in a concentration camp in 1940. Out of the two statements in bold, which do you want to hear?

Hmm. That’s a tough issue. . . I don’t want to get . . . it’s not my place, I mean the holocaust – yeah – I disagree, but who am I to say it’s wrong? There are millions over in that country who think it’s okay. I can’t impose on their views.

Please, think about this.

If you think comparing the holocaust to abortion is extreme, then. . . well, I tend to agree with Ben Shapiro that “facts don’t care about your feelings”; however, in this instance, the facts will give you feelings. The truth about abortion is ugly and sick. Whenever institutionalized evil is backed by public support, all is on the table as far as corruption, and the disease spreads.

Ah yes, the boy in the picture. That’s Hans. I was reading about Hans; let me tell you about him. At the age of 6 his family was dodging Nazis, so they applied for visas to the USA and were accepted, but were put on a waiting list before they got on a ship. During this time, his dad was imprisoned, and his mom became ill and could no longer take care of him. Hans was placed in a children’s home with 40 other Jewish kids. They did kid stuff, swam, and hiked. But the “kid stuff” was short lived, it wasn’t long before the Nazi’s caught up. Hans was murdered on April 15, 1944, at the age of ten, along with the other children from the home.

Hans was killed because a movement of people sincerely believed him to be a lesser human being. Would you have stood against the movement? Or are you a “silent protester” – which is no protester at all.

If you believe the unborn are human beings, then here are two options: renounce that belief, or stand up for the unborn. But no fakers. Kids like Hans don’t need fakers. The book of James says that faith without works is dead. Meaning, to say you believe in something, and you are not driven to action by that belief, this infers that you don’t believe in what you proclaim to believe. If you love your friend, then you hang out with them. If you love God, you spend time with Him. If you love your spouse, you buy them snacks. If your child is drowning, rock or not, you jump in and try to save them – because you love your child. If you believe the unborn to be humans in the eyes of God, then you will do something.

Things you can do about abortion (Let’s call it the 4 P’s): 

  1. Pray. Prayer changes things. Real prayer changes things. Fervent prayer. Honest prayer. Humble prayer.
  2. Post. In short, start doing something remotely productive with all the time spent on social media. Share pro-life videos, loving pro-life proclamations, articles that proclaim the truth. Yes, people will hate you for it – but this is good! God’s word says to rejoice when we endure hardships in the name of Jesus.
  3. People. Talk to people, and engage in productive debate. Be wise, and enter into these conversations with the Holy Spirit. Some may be more productive than others. Remember to love people who oppose you, they are humans too.
  4. Pay. We can’t help everyone, but everyone can help. You can always give to organizations that’s on the front lines of defending the unborn. Though being asked to give $ is a hallowed exhortation, it helps. Don’t shy away from little opportunities to help.


Little steps in the right direction mean a lot when compared with little steps in the wrong direction. Every thing you do counts and is part of a change that will make the aborting of our little boys and girls a thing of the past.






Abortion: Discussing the practice logically

Debate. Is it even worth it? There are many debates where one side had the facts, the other side went with their feelings, and it was still a round of “he-said-she-said-you’re-wrong-because-I’m-right.” The fundamental problem with any debate is the failure to define terms and to first agree upon what is and isn’t truth. Unless you set up ground rules, there can be no argument.

Here’s an example – If I were to enter a calculus competition I would first inquire what the judges stood by in terms of controversial math principles. However, if I failed to hear the terms, pandemonium would ensue. Imagine, my opponent believes the square root of 9 to be 3, but I believe it is 6. The judges would inform me very soon that my fundamental math principles are faulty, and there would be no competition.

Alright – but, suppose the competition had no judge. Suppose it was up to my opponent and I to convince the audience of our views. Neither of our math problems would come out the same, yet we would insist the other is wrong. The contest would consist of useless bantering, only serving to confuse both parties. How could they be so wrong?

As you can see, a contest without rules is no contest at all. And a debate without established premises will surely chase its own tail. Is it worth it?

People who are pro-choice generally believe a few principles that bring about their impassioned feelings. Here are a few I’ve heard: The government shouldn’t control someones body. Woman should be able to choose. We need abortion to save woman’s lives. You shouldn’t be allowed to impose your views about when life begins on another person. 

Too be informed about any issue, you must retract yourself from it, and see things for what they are. What’s most important here? What is logical? Why do I believe what I believe? Am I being fair? Am I truly informed on this issue, or am I arguing emotionally?

Well, my business is the life of babies. I want to encourage people who value the unborn to keep loving mothers, and to be bold about making their voice heard, but to do that in a loving way. I don’t think arguing with pro-choicer’s is a particularly productive thing, for the reasons mentioned – our premises on truth are different. That being said, if I found myself (or you find yourself) in a situation where argument was necessary, then there are a view things to remember to help your opponent see the facts in an objective way:

You must establish accepted premises. Good argument is based on universal truth. i.e [We agree that] murdering human beings is wrong, President Lincoln is a human being, therefore murdering President Lincoln is wrong.

1) Establish that LIFE is the most valuable thing in the world: People value life. End of story. This doesn’t take much explaining. Human life truly is, universally, the most valuable thing in existence.

2) Establish that logical moral people don’t take risks with human life: Many, many, many laws are in place to protect human life. In fact, probably more laws about protecting human life than any other thing. Also, I gave an analogy in my previous post about a general bombing a city: No general is his right mind would order the destruction of a city with only 50% surety that all civilians had been evacuated – there is just too must risk of losing innocent life.

3) Establish that abortion is a risk because people don’t agree on it’s morality: Basically, it’s a divided issue. According to polling,  approximately one half the USA say the unborn’s body is a human being, the other half say the unborn body is not a human being. Consider this sequence:

A body, as it would appear, is laying in a lawn. There is a judge. And two groups of people (we will name them groups 1 and 2). Group 1 is arguing that the body laying in the lawn is a human being, and they should be allowed to run into the lawn and save it. Group 2 believes the body is, in fact, not a human being –  that it’s a diseased elk needing extermination. There is equal evidence on both sides. So, should the judge allow group 2 to shoot the body, or should the judge allow group 1 the opportunity to save it?  All to say, the judge allowing group 2 to have their way is unarguably a risky decision.

With these three excepted truths, you can form a logical argument: It’s wrong to risk killing human life, abortion risks killing human life, therefore abortion is wrong.  

(This is just one argument I have devised. Think about the issue rationally and create more arguments that follow logical order)


Disclaimer:  [Abortion risks killing human life] – That is a statement made to create an agreed premise. Technically abortion risks human life, seeing that some people disagree. However, scientifically speaking, and by every objective definition of the idea, the unborn body is human life.  Look for another article on that in the near future.

I hope you have found this informative. I’d love to hear your questions, comments, and concerns. Please remember – love those who oppose your views, as they are human beings too.