Evolution and Abortion

Darwin stood for me like a mighty doorkeeper at the entrance to the temple of the universe. I was intoxicated with his minute, precise, conscientious and at the same time powerful, thought. I was the more astonished when I read . . . that he had preserved his belief in God. I absolutely declined to understand how a theory of the origin of species by way of natural selection and sexual selection and a belief in God could find room in one and the same head.
— Leon Trotsky

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Stop and think about it for a few moments. Masquerading as "science" and "proven fact", the faith-based philosophy of evolution is used as a scientific justification for all kinds of evils in the world. Laissez-Faire Capitalism, Communism, Nazism's extermination of the "lesser races", eugenics and more all evolved from a common ancestor called Darwinism. After all, it's "survival of the fittest", isn't it? While wars, selfishness, hatred and all sorts of other evils exist apart from evolutionism, this "scientific theory" gives a pseudo-scientific excuse for them, and even increases all kinds of evils.

Margaret Sanger, founder of Planned Parenthood, was an enthusiastic eugenicist and wanted to "exterminate the Negro population". Evolutionism is used as an excuse for abortion. Follow the excuses: There is no Creator. Life, the universe and everything all happened through chance. Everything came from nothing. You are the product of gradual change, mutations and accidents. There is no purpose, no meaning to your life. Do whatever you can get away with. You came from nothing, so you have nowhere to go. (Atheism has such a compelling message of hope!) Why not abort "that thing" growing inside of you because of that careless sexual adventure you had the other night? Or for guys, why not have her "take care of it" so you don't have to deal with your responsibilities?

Further, evolution tells us "that thing" in the womb is not even a baby. No, they say it's a "product of conception", "conceptus", "potential human" or "fetus". (Ironically, the word "fetus" means "offspring" or "bringing forth"; in other words, it means baby.) Those word games should not fool anyone except people who want to be fooled. After all, abortion is a highly profitable industry based on convenience, immorality and selfishness.

"But Cowboy Bob, what could possibly be wrong with aborting something growing in the womb if it is not even human yet? Science has shown that the fetus is simply going through the stages of evolutionary history; you're only killing a fish-like thing."

Here you go:
In an evolutionary mindset, the unborn have been treated as though they are going through an “animal phase” and can simply be discarded.
Early evolutionist Ernst Haeckel first popularized the concept that babies in the womb are actually undergoing animal developmental stages, such as a fish stage and so on. This idea has come to be known as ontogeny recapitulates phylogeny. Haeckel even faked drawings of various animals’ embryos and had them next to drawn human embryos looking virtually identical. 
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Through this deception, many women have been convinced that the babies they are carrying in their wombs are simply going through an animal phase and can be aborted. Author Ken Ham states:

In fact, some abortion clinics in America have taken women aside to explain to them that what is being aborted is just an embryo in the fish stage of evolution, and that the embryo must not be thought of as human. These women are being fed outright lies.
Evolutionary views have decreased the value of human life. Throughout the world the casualties of the war on children is staggering. Though deaths of children and the unborn did exist prior to the “evolution revolution,” they have increased exponentially as a result of Darwinian teachings. Source: "The Results of Evolution".
On the other hand, if evolutionism is false after all (and this site has plenty of evidence that it is, plus links to even more information discrediting evolution), you should seriously think about the implications: God is the Creator, he makes the rules, he loves you —  you should find out what he has to say.