Are you a Christian and Pro-Choice? What is your reasoning behind it?
Yes, I am a christian and I believe in pro-choice. I don't believe you can be a christian and not be pro-choice. We are given the choice to follow the teachings of Jesus and serve God. The freedom of choice is the gift God has given us.
I believe that the issue of pregnancy are decisions made between a woman and related parties, because sometimes a man is involved. I don't believe to terminate a pregnancy an easy or forgetful decision, it will be something the person chooses to live with for the rest of their lives. That is the consequence.
I do not have the right to tell someone anyone what to do with their body. Their choice is a decision they will have to resolve with God or any other faith belief they follow.
Hmmmm...interesting. I am a Christian as well but I am Pro-Life.
While I concede that God has given us free will; to choose good or evil. I would not confuse a Christian saying they are pro choice with the approval of the evil of killing a baby.
I am pro-choice to the degree that God has given humans freedom to choose what they do; make no mistake though that abortion is murder.
To choose to kill an unborn child or anyone for that matter is murder.
Abortion is murder. I don't like the politically correct behind it. Give me a break. If someone wants to argue about it they can but it won't be on my time. My conviction is such and I'm not changing.
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