Ramblins…………………………………..Remember the Future

Ramblins………………………………………………….Remember the Future

Living on a college campus has many benefits. There is never a time when some activity, athletic event, performing art, etc. is not occurring. Coupled with the array of activities is also the diversity of ideology, opinions, culture and sometimes personal and political persuasions.
In one of my most recent meetings the discussion of the Democratic debate was front and center, more specifically, when the narrator asked the question, “how many of you would approve late term abortions?” The response was unanimously affirmative.
My ears perked as I remembered my classes in Human Growth and Anatomy where I had memorized the various stages of development for the unborn child. There is ample evidence from research indicating the fetus recognizing human voices, responding to music, and recoiling from any form of pain. There is no question the unborn child has self-awareness and environmental interaction while in utero.
It seems there is a point in our earliest fetal development (or before) when God begins equipping and gifting humans with whatever it is they will need to become the fullest expression of their unique selves.
I had a great deal of difficulty with my fellow ‘coffee drinkers’ wanting to support abortion. I had to wrap my arms around the concept that when God created us, He did the most shocking thing. He gave us the freedom to decide our own destiny. Think about the implications of that truth for a moment. God created us to be free moral agents.
I left the group with a challenge for a later discussion; “Christians do not kill babies.” Therefore…………………………………..

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Retired in 2008 after 40+ years in education/psychology as researcher, teacher, administrator and college professor.
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