We all get a Death Sentence the minute we’re born. Religions prey on that, even calling it ORIGINAL SIN, that somehow baptizing the person will take away. Sprinkle a little water on the head, say a few words, blow a breath on the person and presto like magic you are free from prison.
Where was the prison is my question? In utero?
So we do all come from water. Imagine that. A tiny ocean, a tiny sea grows within the uterus when a woman is pregnant to nourish the growth of a baby. When the baby is ready for birth, the sea wall bursts opening the sea to make a flood to ease the baby into a new world.
An umbilical cord attached to a placenta breathes and nourishes us. It’s called an organ.
Better yet, pay the birthing parent. Help them get a more stable financial start with a newborn.
Offer all birthing people whether in an abortive procedure or not, the option of selling their discards.
You mean research labs take the body and the placenta and cord? They do that already? Without telling anybody?
Whoa. Back up to birthing people’s right to transparency and permissions.
Abortions are big business, because research companies want fresh tissue with which to experiment. Find a way to preserve the placenta organ, like they preserve the fetus. Leave the fetus alone.
Connecting the newborn to Jesus is what baptizing does.
- What does the Bible say about getting baptized? Baptism connects us to Jesus Christ, this can be seen in Galatians 3:27 that says, “For all of you who were baptized into Christ have clothed yourselves with Christ.”
- book of Mark 16:16, “Whoever believes and is baptized will be saved, but whoever does not believe will be condemned.”
Does anybody baptize the manually aborted fetus/baby?
So what you’re saying is that Jesus is not with the developing fetus/baby while in Utero. Jesus is not clothing the fetus while growing in the sea. Only after the sea wall breaks and the flood pushes out the infant does Jesus show up a few weeks later at the baptism to clothe the baby with the likeness of himself. For what purpose? To be saved and not condemned to hell.
Well, Jesus was condemned and got the ultimate punishment of dying a slow, painful death nailed to a cross. That Jesus?
How do you reconcile that? Some people say accept without judgment, which means inquiry. Others say, God made his own son suffer so we all could be saved from damnation.
God had only one son? Christians call us all children of God? We have to go through Jesus to get to God? Become a believer slave?
Moral? If you’re underwater, literally or figuratively, don’t call on Jesus. He only shows up when all is well to take the credit – according to Christianity. It’s called Christianity after Jesus Christ. In his name they do it – make prejudicial and discriminatory doctrine.