1) "pray on it" - yyyeah, if that had worked i wouldn't be asking an actual person for advice - ditto "i'll pray for you" or "please pray for me/someone" 2) "in the bible," as a prelude for any reference to morality. i've read that book. the people in there are sinful as all hell. they rape their sisters, murder, jizz in public, seduce their parents, steal, lie, cheat, steal from the church, and have [actually kind of cool] one-on-one battles with the angel of god. you wanna use that to tell me i should "respect my elders". the hell you say. 3) "surrender" "prince of peace" "jesus my king" "bride of christ" "jesus living in your heart" "personal relationship" etc. Think about it. is there anyone who can honestly say that it doesn't bother them to be told to give up on what they want in favor of the whims of some dead guy, as they are imagined to be by some churchmouse? no american should ever have a king. jesus said himself "i did not come to bring peace". oh, and i'm not his bride. you, man-pastor, are not his "bride". the church is not his bride. NOT HIS BRIDE. understand?
Also, people who claim abortion increases the chance of Breast Cancer. Although one good thing that came from it was that is helped the creation of Rationalwiki
actually, while abortions don't "cause" breast cancer, they do increase the risks - whereas carrying a baby to full term causes the breast tissue to complete development and almost completely eliminates the risk. but, still, advising people to have a kid in order to avoid getting cancer would be pretty ridiculous.
Do you mind if I ask for a source on that? I was under the impression that each woman has their own individual "default" risk of breast cancer, and carrying a fetus to term reduces that risk. There is no increased risk of breast cancer from getting an abortion because the result is still net zero.
Post by Wykked Wytch on Jun 30, 2012 22:44:35 GMT -5
He said that having an abortion increases the risk of breast cancer, which is not true. The risk of breast cancer from having an abortion and not getting pregnant in the first place are the same, unless we take giving birth to pregnancies to be the default state.