The year is 2010. It’s been 37 years since Roe v. Wade, and some people are still confused by the abortion debate.
On one hand, pro-abortion activists justify killing babies on the following grounds:
- A fetus is not a person, so it doesn’t have a right to live.
- A baby is disposable if it inconveniences the mother.
- Being born “imperfect” is worse than not being born at all.
On the other hand, pro-life activists celebrate each tiny life, even if it’s inconvenient…even if it’s scary, expensive, or difficult. For us:
- A fetus is a person, having value simply because he or she exists.
- Nobody is disposable.
- It’s better to live than not to live, even if life isn’t “perfect”.
It’s that simple. We’re all activists, and we all take sides. We celebrate everyone or our own lives are meaningless. We face the fact that life can be difficult or we run from trouble and live lives of insignificance. We choose to embrace what life brings, or bury our heads in the sand and pretend that our troubles will go away.
Watch the video below, if you dare. It’s the story of a man and woman who considered their son valuable, regardless of the circumstances. Which side are you on?