The promotion of a culture of death is NOT a "common good." Besides, in the realm of social science, so not use the word "prove" as there is very little that can indeed be proven in a scientific sense. The proper terminology is "show."
The common good you are speaking of is rooted in faith and not necessarily what is "common good".
If it were proven that abortion affords this country more "common good" than the outlawing of abortion, then there would be a clear contradiction in stated position.
You say this on several occasions in your post. Please make a point, or do you simply say this with no evidence to support it?Only through misinterpretation of the Bible.
People have religious faith and those values are shaped by that faith. However, we are talking about the ending of a human life. We have an obligation as a society and as members of that society to put a stop to it.No, it is not.
It is a difference of opinion of which religion should stay out of.
Again, show us - don't just make such a statement.Only through misinterpretation of the Bible can this argument be used against abortion.
ALL laws are a measure of the values of the society that are being imposed on some people who do not accept those beliefs. There is a small number of people who believe it is ok to kill other people, but the values of the majority of members of society imposes a prohibition on such activities. ALL laws involve such values.It is a matter of imposing your faith/beliefs, a faith and belief, regarding abortion that is based on misinterpretations of the Bible.
You are sounding like a broken record.Only through misinterpretation of the Bible can this argument be used against abortion.
You are not supposed to, but that is exactly what you are doing and are using misinterpretations of the Bible to support this view.
Broken record with no citation.
If there is any judging going on after death, both will be judged.
In regards to abortion, since the Bible clearly indicates that it isn't murder as you are advocating, those forcing their beliefs on others, even by voting for what they believe is the "common good", would be judged more harshly.
All of us will be judged. However, those who accept Jesus as their personal Savior will be saved.
Yep, like Timothy McVeigh, Eric Harris, Dylan Klebold and those involved in *911.
* That is if Allah is the one and same G_d and really doesn't advocate what they did.[/QUOTE]
They, along with many others - including those who perform and enable abortions.