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    Re: Pope to US Speaker Pelosi: Reject abortion support

    Quote Originally Posted by Laila View Post
    That something is a nothing until it is born.



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    Re: Pope to US Speaker Pelosi: Reject abortion support

    Quote Originally Posted by Felicity View Post
    If you typed in "Jewish Encyclopedia" in google, it's the first (and second,and I believe third) option. You do understand that, right?
    Why are you asking rhetorical questions?
    You were the one who offered and then seemed to take offense when I took you up on the offer.

    Geez. Why even make an offer if you are going to take offense when someone takes you up on it?

    Regardless.
    As I stated earlier; "That is an opinion based on interpretation. Nothing more."



    Quote Originally Posted by ludahai View Post
    Genesis 25:22 "But the children in her womb jostled each other ... "
    II Kings 19:3 "Children are at the point of birth, but there is no strength..."
    Ruth 1:11 "Have I other sons in my womb..."
    Numbers 12:12 "Let her (an unborn child) not this be like the stillborn babe..."
    Luke 1:43 "And how does this happen to me, that the mother of my Lord should come to me." (A reference to Jesus PRIOR to his birth)

    There are many other examples of reference to the unborn as people in the Bible, but these should suffice.
    Suffice? As to what?
    These do not even come close to supporting the contention that a fetus is, in and of itself, at any stage, a child. Unlike the passage I quoted, which is clear and unambiguous as to how an expelled fetus should be considered.
    Even if you substitute "child" for fetus in the quoted passage, it is still clear and unequivocal as to how it should be considered.

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    Re: Pope to US Speaker Pelosi: Reject abortion support

    Quote Originally Posted by Coolguy View Post
    [SIZE="3"][FONT="Georgia"][I]Why are you asking rhetorical questions?
    You were the one who offered and then seemed to take offense when I took you up on the offer.

    Geez. Why even make an offer if you are going to take offense when someone takes you up on it?

    Regardless.
    As I stated earlier; "That is an opinion based on interpretation. Nothing more



    That's an answer?


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