Message from discussion Pro-Lifers Ignore Embryo Deaths!
From: ew...@hpewill.sje.mentorg.com (Eric Williams @ PCB x5577)
Subject: Re: Pro-Lifers Ignore Embryo Deaths!
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In article <34BB5FD9.2...@hotmail.com>, Kent <damif...@hotmail.com> writes:
> Cal Chilton wrote:
> > In article <69bcpi$...@netaxs.com>, sunsh...@antispam.pinn.net (Sunshine) wrote:
> > ">"Many of us understand the Catholic church's theology. so, for us, the
> > ">"above information is not news. Why don't Catholic front organizaitons
> > ">"like the americn Life League stridently protest infertility clinics?
> > ">"
> > ">"Sunny
> > Hey, THIS is a GREAT IDEA. The more the anti-choicers spread
> > themselves thin, attacking more and more highly-respected and
> > publicly-accepted institutions, the SOONER society will recognize them for
> > the COMPLETE fruitcakes that they are, and put them up on that dusty,
> > forgotten shelf with the KKK, the neo-Nazis, and the segregationists.
> > (You know, those OTHER folks who had no regard for the rights and
> > well-being of already-born people.)
> > -- Craig Chilton xana...@ibm.net
> > Posting remotely from Florida. If responding to
> > this via e-mail, please disregard any header data,
> > and use only the info provided in the SIG.
> > Thanks!
> Your comments make you part of the problem, not the solution.
What precisely is the problem here? Perhaps we can clarify that?
(1) If the problem is that civilization is increasingly defying the "natural
order" of the universe by doing strange things to biomachinery such as
in-vitro fertilization or the killing of foetii, then perhaps we should
re-examine our lifestyles to be more in accordance with the "natural
order", and eliminate all items and/or activities that may be in conflict
thereof. This may mean, of course, that we shall all have to live in
natural caves, without electricity, gas, or even aluminum foil to make
solar ovens, and of course the car has got to go, along with the
computer, modern science of any description, and various other
knickknacks that we have gotten used to (like indoor plumbing, brooms,
and alarm clocks).
(2) If the problem is that the human tide is not in accordance with the
Catholic Church, well, then perhaps it is because the Catholic Church
is no longer "the solution" when it comes to religion, and the CC
may (gasp) have to modernize its thinking in order to be more acceptable
to the modern-day student, worker, philosopher, or county administration
agent. Certainly the idea that premarital sex is evil, bad, and
to be shunned is anachronistic.
(3) If the problem is that women are too uppity and should be put back in the
kitchen to cook food and bear babies for their menfolk while they
watch TV, don't call us, we'll call you. :-)
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