We keep being told birth control pills and products are supposedly liberating to women, because now they can finally have the “freedom” to have sex with no consequence, just like men. Setting aside all the other hundreds of side effects that could occur from this product alone, just focus on the one that can change the woman’s libido. If she takes this pill, she may not even want to jump in the sack.[click to continue...]
However, a third function of the birth control pill exists. If the first two methods fail, then fertilization can still occur. If it does, then a new human being is formed. We know the result is human because it has human parents. We know it is alive because it is growing.
When fertilization does occur, then the last line of defense for the birth control pill is to disrupt the lining of the uterus. If the birth control pill succeeds in drying out the endometrium, then the baby has nowhere to implant.[click to continue...]
For a Lutheran birth control appears to be a tough moral question to navigate. Depending on which Lutheran branch you belong to determines to what degree, if any, birth control must be opposed.
As if God’s opinion on contraception were as arbitrary as some of the nation’s largest Lutheran sects would lead you to believe.[click to continue...]
You might be tempted to think that because contraception remains so common that this disproves that the primary purpose of sex is procreation.
But on the contrary, this only verifies what people know already. That is, that sex can produce children.
Why else would couples use foams, jellies, pills, latex, etc.?[click to continue...]
I will say this again. If you can separate the natural product of sexual intercourse (i.e., children) from the sexual intercourse itself, then anything goes.
Sex actually has a primary purpose. No, it is not for the sexual gratification of its participants. Rather, sex is ordered toward having babies. This is just so plain to see that it’s amazing it needs any explanation.[click to continue...]
Despite its low costs and its rampant availability, the high price of birth control keeps rising.
What do I mean? Well, just think about it.
Wasn’t birth control supposed to cure all the world’s problems? That is how it was billed and how it continues to be promoted. But birth control has failed to keep its promises.
In fact, birth control has only made society worse. Let’s see what kind of devastating wake the introduction of contraception has caused.[click to continue...]
I will just come right out and say it.
You look ridiculous fussing over your dog, rather than having children.
This is a pet peeve of mine (pun intended).[click to continue...]
I have seen estimates that up to 789,000 tubal ligations are done each year in the US alone! On top of that, up to 354,000 annual vasectomies are performed.
Despite their popularity, such procedures remain immoral. Let’s examine why that would be the case…[click to continue...]
When it comes to abortion, it is the murder of innocent children. Therefore, it is a human rights issue, not merely a “women’s issue.”
Same goes for abortifacient contraception. That is, certain contraceptives cause chemical abortions. These are the drugs Hobby Lobby objected to being obligated to pay for. Abortifacients cause murder to unborn children.
I do not need to be born a female to have a say-so whether children being murdered is wrong.[click to continue...]
The baby is then passed out of mother, without her knowing it. She has just killed the very baby she thought she had “control” over preventing from ever existing.[click to continue...]