It’s a question that is almost as old as our legislative system: as a Christian, should you be pro-life or pro-choice? Let’s take a look at this.The question of whether the soul occupies an embryo is debatable, but in solving the question of a Christian being pro-choice or pro-life, it is irrelevant.
For most Christian parents, having a child is the most blessed experience of a lifetime. They realize that from the moment conception took place, God has taken that seed and made it grow. The fact that the seed it constantly growing from the point of conception, understand that God is holding it and nurturing it. For someone to take that away, is stealing out of God’s hand, one of his own seeds.
Whether you believe there is a soul or not, God has given you something. The circumstances leading up to it are irrelevant because for you Christians, God’s will be done. We are not to play God and undo his plans.
“give thanks in all circumstances, for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus” – 1 Thessalonians 5:18
Remember this when you vote for pro-life or pro-choice in these elections. These are the issues that define you as an American and you as a Christian.