Something new I learned from the News:
According to Catholics, God does not approve of abortions.
It stands to reason, if a Catholic girl becomes pregnant, she will have the child no matter what, even if she is not married. Her options are to marry the father, give up her child for adoption or become a single mother.
Do Catholics agree with God's Disapproval?
If a Catholic, such as Joe Biden, does not agree with God and advocates for the freedom of women to end their unwanted pregnancies, does this show a lack of love for God?
Separation of church and state.
It's necessary since so many seem to think they know the mind of the Almighty.
Especially since no two of them can agree.
But yes, that's why the constitution forbids a state approved church; because no agreement was possible among the states ratifying it and no one wanted someone else determining what God said.
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