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    Mike Stroud anyone?

    Within that thread is linked this document about what Mike Stroud is teaching. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1XItg5uozuqAfP_mxD91nuf6tlwOMwkWP9lAgDpcwoPY/mobilebasic?fbclid=IwAR0jXUIoAx78kLnBrLVsUn4A7OA4e5TcLEkEqaEtTFHuPnMHQSRc-iK8qzs I have family who listen faithfully to this guy. This makes me more concerned.
  2. Church discipline is a tough topic. Repentence vs accountability vs protecting future victims vs forgiveness vs manipulation vs upholding the good name of the church vs Bishop roulette vs ministering to the perpetrator vs disciplining the perpetrator vs expert liars vs repentant sinners vs believing victims...I could go on. It is a hot mess.
  3. Well, it is clear where you stand on this. Abortion=lying, adultery and fornication. Ok
  4. Well, now they’re broad enough for a planned parenthood employee to terminate a late term pregnancy ( viable baby) because of nausea or anxiety. It is immoral.
  5. It's no longer a physician so that is inaccurate.
  6. Yes, when it comes to abortion, a thousand times YES!
  7. The key words are “or” and “health” Or means fetal viability can be Ignored if the “health” of the mother is a factor. In Doe vs Bolton, the court defined health as, “Whether, in the words of the Georgia statute, "an abortion is necessary" is a professional judgment that the Georgia physician will be called upon to make routinely. We agree with the District Court, 319 F. Supp., at 1058, that the medical judgment may be exercised in the light of all factors - physical, emotional, psychological, familial, and the woman's age - relevant to the well-being of the patient. All these factors may relate to health.” In the Teen Vogue article, the woman had an abortion at 28 weeks because she wasn’t ready to have a baby. Her PCOS and irritable bowel syndrome are definitely not left threatening during pregnancy nor cause any serious complications. One other item from your quote, a doctor is no longer required to make these judgements. It can be anyone authorized by the state even in the 3rd trimester. That does not sound safe for the mothers.
  8. And in all these scenarios, what was done was to save the life of the mother. These new laws go much further than that and for all intents and purposes, allow abortion up to birth without any regard for fetal viability and do not require the life of the mother to be in jeopardy.
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    Last Movie You Watched

    I remembered disliking Unbreakable the first time I saw it but rewatched and enjoyed it more the 2nd time. I did enjoy Glass. It was different.
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    Last Movie You Watched

    Glass should not be watched if you haven’t seen the other two. Did you like it?
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    LDSSA kicked-Off U of Iowa campus

    The judge reinforced that her decision should not be viewed in that context. Rose's decision said while she suspects some will portray the case "as a fundamental conflict between nondiscrimination laws and religious liberty," that "overinflates" the issue that was before the court.
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    LDSSA kicked-Off U of Iowa campus

    They are trying but when the Business Leaders for Christ was kicked out, most of the student groups on campus were not compliant with the schools policy. https://www.thegazette.com/subject/news/education/judge-sides-with-university-of-iowa-student-group-accused-of-discrimination-business-leaders-in-christ-blinc-20180717 "The student group accused the UI of, among other things, discrimination for unequally enforcing its policy. It noted that other UI groups also limit leadership and even membership in some cases to those who agree with their ideology or religious beliefs. BLinC has pointed to the UI student group Imam Mahdi as one that reserves leadership posts for Shia Muslims. The university has said student organization membership should be open to anyone, regardless of race, creed, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, gender identity or other protected class. But a recent UI review of how it administers its human rights policy found just 157 of 513 student organizations were in compliance by having the full and correct human rights clause in their constitutions. More than 350 groups were out of compliance, according to the review, which was part of the court record."
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    LDSSA kicked-Off U of Iowa campus

    Maybe, but the school got in trouble for It wasn't the policy, but that they enforced unevenly. If they held all groups to the same standards, the ruling could have gone the other way.
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    Last Movie You Watched

    I saw Glass. If you like Unbreakable and Split, you will, most likely like this one too.
  15. Two articles I read today. http://thefederalist.com/2019/02/11/babies-slated-late-term-abortion-instead-delivered-alive/ A law protecting the life of viable fetuses. And an Teen Vogue article referenced in the first article. https://www.teenvogue.com/story/what-it-was-like-to-get-a-later-abortion "What our country needs is the Deliver-Alive Human Being Protection Act: A law that unequivocally protects fetuses once they reach the gestational age at which they are potentially viable, currently 22 weeks. At that point, should the pregnancy put the mother’s life at risk, the pre-term delivery of the live baby is indicated—not the killing of the fetus, followed by delivery of a dead baby. In many states that is not the law. Instead, healthy, viable fetuses may be aborted. Just last week, Teen Vogue—yes, that’s right, TEEN Vogue—exposed this reality in an article by Beth Vial telling “her abortion story.” Vial opened by noting that “New York and Virginia have made headlines for their efforts to cut the medically unnecessary regulations on later abortion,” before proclaiming “Anti-abortion advocates have been intentionally misleading the public about the policies and misrepresenting what later abortion is and why people have them. I know because I had an abortion at 28 weeks.” Vial then spent the next ten paragraphs explaining that she has polycystic ovary syndrome and irritable bowel syndrome, and that she simply didn’t want to continue the pregnancy because “I was too sick, not ready, and I simply couldn’t afford it.” She eventually travelled to New Mexico to obtain an abortion when her baby was 28 weeks old. If Vial’s medical condition truly made continuing her pregnancy unsafe, a pre-term delivery would be indicated, not an abortion! But New Mexico law allowed Vial to kill her healthy and viable unborn baby." Her baby would have been adopted. Her babies adopted parents would have gladly payed all medical costs for her 28 week old baby. She didn't need to kill it.
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