Tuesday, October 07, 2008

P.S.

Spiritual issues are of more importance than "political issues".  

My post below is the way it is because I see the issue of abortion as more of a spiritual issue than a "political" one.  

The laws and the people we choose to make those laws play such a huge role in it, though, so I believe that it is important how we make our voting choices.  

The post below is written primarily concerning the legal issue of abortion and why it is spiritually important.  I want to say that for every person involved in abortion -- the doctors, the nurses, the mothers, the children who survived -- there is absolute healing, forgiveness, and restoration in the person of Christ.  Fall into Him.

3 comments:

katemcdonald said...

Anna,

I don't myself ever believe that Roe v. Wade will be overturned. I hate abortion, but I don't think its an evil that will be undone until Jesus returns. With that said, you've made one of the best one-issue voter arguments I have ever read. Thanks for taking the time to tackle such a touchy issue- it takes some serious guts.

Brandon Fancher said...

William Wilberforce could have believed that the slave trade would never end. I can't imagine what the world would look like today if he had believed that.

I believe that abortion will end. I believe that Roe v. Wade will be overturned, and we will see it happen. I intend to be a part of that.

Brandon

hahaha said...

Amen, Annie -- on both blogs! (Amy on Dora's)