Suffering and Abortion.

Dean Gotcher

"Suffering," according to dialectic 'reasoning' comes from missing out on the joy or pleasure of the 'moment,' i.e., comes from not having the freedom to satisfy one's interest of the 'moment.'  The dialectic 'justification' ('logic') for abortion, for example, is to negate "suffering," physical, mentally, and socially, that childbirth is unnatural when it interferes with or prevents pleasure, especially when it interferes with or prevents the pleasure two people have between one another and others.  In other words, since the "divine" in a person is the "good" that is within him, that is made manifest to others through pleasure, the more "good" or pleasure the person brings into the lives of others the more of the "divine" that is in him is made manifest.  Therefore the greatest "sin" in the world (according to those who hate Godly restraint, "I think the greatest sin in the world is to bring children into the world that are 'diseased' by their parents, ... marked when they are born."  Margaret Sanger) is to bring children into the world that are not wanted, i.e., that do not produce but rather get in the way of the pleasures of the 'moment' (for the individual and for society), i.e., that produce suffering.

When we begin with life, then liberty comes next, with pleasure or rather the pursuit of it, coming last.  But, turning it around, when we begin with pleasure as the 'purpose' of life, then liberty comes next, with life coming last.

A nation that 'justifies' abortion (loving the pleasure of the 'moment' over and against its own unborn children) is a nation that is cursed to suffer oppression and death at the hands of those who love the pleasures of the 'moment' over and against life itself (your life that is)—the consequence of God removing His protective hand (his restraint) off from over it.  Because of man's and woman's love of pleasure over and against God, because of their belief in the dialectic lie that they can sin with impunity, because of their refusal to recognize that they are wicked and will be judged for their carnal thoughts and carnal actions, because of their refusal to repent, they will suffer and die in their sins, spending eternity suffering in the torments of Hell.

"And fear not them which kill the body, but are not able to kill the soul: but rather fear him which is able to destroy both soul and body in hell."  Matthew 10:28  "For what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul?  Or what shall a man give in exchange for his soul?"   Mark 8:36, 37  While those who kill the unborn child for their own pleasure (and the pleasure of others) might have their way in this life, they will not have their way in the life to come.  They will pay for their carnal thoughts and carnal actions, i.e., for refusing to recognize, worship, and serve God, the giver of life.

© Institution for Authority Research, Dean Gotcher 2015