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Message Subject Can anybody telll me if abortion was a sin, before Christianity came along?
Poster Handle Meggarea
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I was brought up Catholic, so was told...ya'know.
Some of the teachings didn't seem right, so I was starting to think outside the box as I got older.

Well, I felt drawn to Celtic Paganism and read in a book(not sure if it's true or not) that abortion was a woman's right and there was nothing wrong with it.

I know the Catholic Religion is full makes people feel guilty about a lot of things!

Anybody see what I'm trying to say?

Overall, is abortion really bad, if you're doing it for several reasons, such as financial, having mental disabilities, and the father being broke also. I don't want a child to grow up without a dad(he wants nothing to do with it) and also I can barely take care of myself. I don't think the fetus feels anything when it's aborted. I just don't want the child to grow up to hate me for having it.
Is that so bad?
 Quoting: thecelticcats

how about letting the child live and let someone adopt it?
 Quoting: Kirk

Won't they want to know about the medical history of the parents. Sorry but our genes are not great. Don't mean to sound like Hitlar, but people want mentally/physically healthy babies. No diabetics, I don't know too much about the history of my the dad's parents...or any physical health problems that he never told me. He has mental problems...
People are picky. Are they not?
 Quoting: thecelticcats

I gave my son up for adoption. I was a 15 year old drug user (not while pregnant though!) with a history of addiction and serious health problems in the family. The sperm donor was a 17 year old cokehead with mental issues. They didn't see that when they looked at that baby, they saw a human in need of love. Consider adoption, if only for your own peace of mind. By the way, my son is an honors college student now, destined for great things. Nurture plays a huge role, it's not all nature.
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