Do Women Have a Right to Abortion?

By Olivia Murray

Published: December 2, 2021 Noon EST

(3 minute read)

*Olivia is the founder of Life for Unborn Children, and the author of Abortion v. Slavery*

*GRAPHIC WARNING, this content may be extremely distressing to some readers*

In 1973, the landmark judicial opinion of Roe v. Wade effectively made abortion the law of the land. Since then, the Christian morality that was for so long the national fabric, has rapidly unravelled.

In light of the Texas pro-life legislation, The Satanic Temple is offering women assistance to perform abortions up through the first 6 months of a child’s life in utero. For reference, the picture below is a 23-week-old child.

In the book of Ecclesiastes, biblical Truth states, “The thing that hath been, it is that which shall be; and that which is done is that which shall be done: and there is no new thing under the sun.” The wholesale slaughter of children is nothing new; but man is idolatrous, and there is always a redesigned altar at which to worship.

Now just yesterday, oral arguments began on a case out of Mississippi that involves abortion “rights.” As many advocates of abortion say, the procedure is a “Constitutional right.” 

But, is it really?

The Court’s opinion, authored by Justice Blackmun, stated that “the Constitution does not define person” because if it were to do so, the case for abortion would collapse. The Fifth Amendment guarantees that “no person” shall be denied “life, liberty, or property without due process of law [emphasis added].”

Blackmun’s most serious and obvious error: if the Constitution does not define “person,” how is any individual guaranteed legal rights by that document? He created a logically untenable scenario.

So what is a ‘person?’ Merriam-Webster defines it simply as “a human being.” A popular search engine states, “a human being regarded as an individual.” Armed with a dictionary definition, objectivity determines that at the instance of conception, that creation is in fact a person. The science of embryology establishes that it is at that moment a completely unique individual has been formed, as that new DNA has never existed and never will again.

With this knowledge, the logical conclusion is that abortion is not a Constitutional right. Rather the opposite; human persons in the womb are guaranteed life and protections against the death penalty, as no due process of law has taken place.

Yesterday, oral arguments began before the Supreme Court in Dobbs v. Jackson. This is a challenge to abortion “rights” originating out of Mississippi. In 2018, the state enacted legislation that banned abortions after the baby was 15-weeks-old.

Beginning yesterday, advocates of both life and death gathered outside the steps of the Court. Some women even chose to casually begin the process of ending their children’s lives on camera in protest.

So how do these United States move forward after legally sacrificing over 65 million little ones to the altar of choice?

Repent, and immediately outlaw abortion. When society finds itself aligning with a baby-sacrificing ideology promoted by Satanists, it should be easily discerned that it’s the wrong side.


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