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GUEST,Musket BS: Zika vs anti-abortion cults (564* d) RE: BS: Zika vs anti-abortion cults 03 Mar 16

It's alright pete. Apparently, you can make the commandments mean whatever suits your purpose. Killing is allowed, it seems. There you go.

Here, you are a real Christian. Does it say "thou shalt not kill" or not?

By the way, it can't apply to abortion because safeguards are passed by elected governments in most countries, in the interest of the patient and circumstances, not the interest of the religious terrorists murdering staff and intimidating people.

As the catholic lot are deeply involved in South America, I have a question. When I was involved in regulating healthcare, we did a series of unannounced inspections of all termination of pregnancy premises registered in England over a week. The logistics meant most inspectors were busy, but we gave those who did not wish to be involved the opportunity to stand down. Three refused to take part citing their catholic creed states that life begins at conception. Of the three, I pointed out to two of them their obligations as registered nurses, (the third wasn't a healthcare professional.)

So... If, as Joe says, some Catholics are cool about termination of pregnancy, has the stance of life from conception been altered? When does Catholic life begin nowadays? Has Jesus ratified it?

🎼Every sperm is sacred

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