1) Though the Bible nowhere says “Thou shalt not abort a ‘fetus’,” we do know how God regarded the “fetus” Jeremiah. In Jeremiah 1:5, God tells the prophet Jeremiah, “Before I formed you in the womb, I knew you; and before you came out of the womb, I sanctified you, and I ordained you a prophet to the nations.” This verse says, (a) Jeremiah was produced (fashioned and molded, usually a word describing a potter’s action, Theological Wordbook of the OT, 396) by God, Continue reading “Biblical Points About Abortion, By Neal Pollard”
Think about the various places where your name is written and why it is recorded there
As a matter of historical record and identity, your name is written on a birth certificate.
To report the grades that you have earned while in school, your name is written on a report card.
As a means of identification and license to drive, your name is written on a driver’s license.
To show your commitment to your spouse for the rest of your life, your name is written on a marriage license.
To mortgage a home or finance a car, your name is written on a contract.
To note the beginning and the end of your earthly existence, your name will eventually be written on a tombstone!
But hopefully this is not the last place your name will appear! Continue reading “Is Your Name Written There?, by David A. Sargent”