What does the bible say about
abortion? Actually noting specifically. But believers fear the
commandment: 'Thou shalt do no murder'.
An egg on the uterine is a living organism because it has acquired life by cleaving to the uterine.
An embryo is an advanced living organism and thus it is also 'life' (to
become human): and it is commanded to Christians: Do no
murder". Remember to kill beast or men without a valid reason
i.e. to feed your self, clothe your self or in self-defense, is
On this subject, it
is arguable that, if a parent is incapable to raise a child,
abortion is also a 'God permissible' act of protection and mercy on the
child. But biblically abortion looks like a definite NO to
some believers, while others believe it to be permissible because the
egg would not yet have advanced to a living creature in the womb. But
abortion should then happen within two weeks and by means of destroying
So, if you are a Christian, you will logically speak to God, in the name of Jesus Christ, regarding what decision you must take. Christ is the only mediator between God and men:
no priest on earth can mediate between you and God: how many pedophiles
(whom can only be of the flesh and fornicators) would otherwise be
mediators between you and God? Something that is simply
impossible. It has been estimated that 40% of a Catholic priest
are pedophiles. So Christians pray to God and receive an answer.
Quote: About The
embryo: Twelve days after conception, placental blood circulation and
hormone production begins, often detectable in the pregnant
woman’s urine by a home pregnancy test. The embryonic stage is
where differentiation begins: the creation of cell types that become
blood cells, kidney and nerve cells. By 5 weeks the heart has begun to
beat and the central nervous system to form, plus tiny buds appear
which will be the arms and legs of the now peanut-shaped embryo.
And remember: if you are a
believer, you have not yet repented and baptised, so if you would
decide to undergo an abortion and it would be a sin, this sin will be
added to all your sins committed up to now and will be forgiven when
you baptise after your repentance.
Gates Of Hell Shall Not Prevail Against It
Through the ages Catholics
and other Nicolaitans tried to defy the above quotation by Jesus, oppressing
and murdering many, deceiving and misleading many more, but they have not
and shall not prevail against 'His Church'.