Personal And Societal Costs To Abortion

Abortions carry a high medical and psychological risk for the mother.  Why aren't these risks ever talked about? “Convenience” is the main reason given for most abortions, but that convenience comes at an enormous cost of life, both for the unborn and the one having the abortion. Studies show the suicide rate for women having a normal birth as 5.9 per 100,000, whereas it is 34.7 per 100,000 for those having an abortion.  This correlates to a 488% increased risk of suicide. 1 Women who abort their first pregnancy see a 100% increase in their risk of breast cancer and those having two or more, 300%.  Worse yet is the 150% increased risk of breast cancer for women under 18 who have had abortions, which increases to 1000% if they have a family history of breast cancer. The procedure for abortion can lead to physical problems such as hemorrhage, infection, sterility, and even death. A 2007 paper in the Journal of Reproductive Medicine cites 59 studies that exhibit a statisti

Planned Parenthood – Its Voyage From A Charter Of Birth Control To Murder

  Planned Parenthood – from a Charter of Birth Control to Murder   Margaret Sanger formed the first birth-control clinic in 1916 in Brooklyn, N.Y. and later, the American Birth Control league in 1921.  The two would merge and became the Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Inc., (PPFA) in 1942. Planned Parenthood is the largest U.S. provider of reproductive health services, including cancer screening, HIV screening and counseling, contraception, and abortion. The remarkable thing is that the original organization, created by Margaret Sanger, was staunchly against abortion, and stressed responsibility.  The beginning of the abortion era began only after her death in September 6, 1966. Sanger felt that for women to have greater equality in society, as well as healthier lives, they needed to be able to determine when to bear children. Also, she wanted to prevent dangerous and mostly illegal back-alley abortions. Sanger, while supporting the prevention of unwanted pregnancy,

The Universe Was Built Precisely To Specifications

  Statistics favor Creation   The earth had to be just the right size, 8,000 miles in diameter, for life to exist.   At 9,500 miles, scientists have determined the weight of the air would double converting so much oxygen to water that it would cover the entire earth. 1 The earth is 93 million miles from the sun, just the right distance.   If it were just 5% farther from the sun, it would be too cold and mostly covered with ice.   A little closer and the earth would be unbearably hot and the polar ice caps would melt, flooding the coasts. 2   The earth must rotate at just the right speed.   If it was a little faster, much of the earth would freeze and if it were slower it would overheat.   “The earth rotates at just the right speed, making complete revolution every twenty-four hours in its trip around the sun.   The result is, the earth’s crust is evenly heated like a chicken on a turning spit.” 3 The earth needs the