The Emancipation Proclamation Decimation…

January 22nd, 2014 Post by

Unborn BabyIf you don’t read “He remembers the barren” you are missing a blog that covers difficult life topics in a cross centered way. Katie Schuermann in this post addresses the difficult truth behind IVF and what the repercussions are.
 “America is still in the slave market, and it’s called third-party reproduction.

With enough money, American citizens can go out and buy every ingredient on the “How to Make a Baby” recipe and create their own person to love and to cherish and to, well, to grade and to abuse and to legally discriminate and to throw away and to terminate and to deny any personal right to gamete donor information. We as a nation no longer sail across the ocean to capture and enslave human beings. We simply do it right here in a petri dish in the land of the free and the brave.”

 

Read more at:

http://heremembersthebarren.com/2014/01/22/emancipation-proclamation-decimation/


Categories: Pastor Joshua Scheer Tags:




Rules for comments on this site:


Engage the contents and substance of the post. Rabbit trails and side issues do not help the discussion of the topics.  Our authors work hard to write these articles and it is a disservice to them to distract from the topic at hand.  If you have a topic you think is important to have an article or discussion on, we invite you to submit a request through the "Ask a Pastor" link or submit a guest article.


Provide a valid email address. If you’re unwilling to do this, we are unwilling to let you comment.


Provide at least your first name. Please try to come up with a unique name; if you have a common name add something to it so you aren't confused with another user. We have several "john"'s already for example.  If you have a good reason to use a fake name, please do so but realize that the administrators of the site expect a valid email address and also reserve the right to ask you for your name privately at any time.


If you post as more than one person from the same IP address, we’ll block that address.


Do not engage in ad hominem arguments. We will delete such comments, and will not be obligated to respond to any complaints (public or private ones) about deleting your comments.


Interaction between people leaving comments ought to reflect Christian virtue, interaction that is gracious and respectful, not judging motives.  If error is to be rebuked, evidence of the error ought to be provided.


We reserve the right to identify and deal with trollish behavior as we see fit and without apology.  This may include warnings (public or private ones) or banning.

  1. Joya
    January 22nd, 2014 at 13:54 | #1

    http://heremembersthebarren.com/2012/02/06/ivf-a-time-to-mourn/?relatedposts_exclude=88686

    This article from the same blog makes the point even more clearly. The number of little ones lost or purposely killed during IVF is truly heart-breaking.

  2. January 22nd, 2014 at 16:49 | #2

    I feel as if I’m in a Twilight Zone episode, but after reading these pieces I realize that it’s as real as it can get. Truly, humanity has been reduced to nothing more than a commodity.

  3. Rev. David Mueller
    January 22nd, 2014 at 18:11 | #3

    “Oh, brave new world! That has such people in’t!” Most excellent article. And thanks for the link to “He Remembers”. It’s now bookmarked for me.

  4. Matt Jamison
    January 24th, 2014 at 09:43 | #4

    The IVF industry also exploits poor women by buying their eggs, of which every woman has a finite number. The “dream of parenthood” of two gay men is, of course, an obscene hoax. These children have lost their mother to a commercial transaction.

  5. Paul of Alexandria
    January 24th, 2014 at 11:15 | #5

    @Matt Jamison #4
    It can also be very hazardous to the “egg donor”!

  6. helen
    January 24th, 2014 at 16:06 | #6

    to deny any personal right to gamete donor information.

    In the interests of complete disclosure, there are many people, born before (and after) Roe vs Wade who have no access to their birth parents’ identities because of the practice of “closed” adoption.

    My own children couldn’t prove their parentage from the official birth certificate. The state in which they were born chose not to “discriminate against children of single mothers” so the certificate only lists the name of the child, the date and the location of the birth. We used their baptismal certificates for school admittance in the next state, for passports, etc.

If you have problems commenting on this site, or need to change a comment after it has been posted on the site, please contact us. For help with getting your comment formatted, click here.
Subscribe to comments feed  ..  Subscribe to comments feed for this post
Anonymous comments are welcome on this board, but we do require a valid email address so the admins can verify who you are. Please try to come up with a unique name; if you have a common name add something to it so you aren't confused with another user. We have several "john"'s already for example. Email addresses are kept private on this site, and only available to the site admins. Comments posted without a valid email address may not be published. Want an icon to identify your comment? See this page to see how.
*

Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.