A student at the Medical College in Wisconsin, in a blatant tantrum against ethical decency, declares she will leave the state if barred from aborting full-term babies. This alarming statement reeks of the moral decay plaguing our society and a disturbing view of human life as disposable at the altar of convenience. Such an attitude blatantly contradicts nature and our God-given duty to protect the innocent lives formed in God’s image. The desire to murder a full-term life speaks of a heart corrupted by sin, veering towards the darkest realms of human depravity.
This mindset mirrors the depravity of human nature, as described in Scripture, where hearts and minds are easily swayed by vanity and the lure to commoditize even the most sacred aspects of existence. The willingness to extinguish an innocent, fully-formed life demonstrates a severe moral derailment, a grotesque distortion of the sanctity of life that the Scriptures vehemently warn us about.
In this cultural skirmish, Christians must confront such ideologies with unwavering conviction, standing as warriors for the inviolable right to life. This isn’t just a policy disagreement—it’s a fundamental battle against a worldview that trivializes life on the whims of convenience and profit. Our response, grounded in God’s revelation of Himself to us, must defend the inherent worth of every human life, from conception to natural death, against such flagrant disregard.