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Re: rape, pregnancy and abortion

PostPosted: Thu Nov 01, 2012 6:02 pm
by iffo
Monotheism wrote:
While Christianity have concepts like paradise and hell, they are fundamentally different from Islam. First of all "paradise" is usually only used to refer to the garden of Eden of the story of Adam and Eve.

I think the "paradise" in question here is the Kingdom which sounds like hell with all the wars goi ng on there


Yousf you little buddy could not defend Islam and ran away and now feeling good by going after Christianity.
Anyway eid Mubarak, go little easy on those lamb chops .

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Re: rape, pregnancy and abortion

PostPosted: Mon Nov 05, 2012 11:35 am
by Ghaith
iffo wrote:
Monotheism wrote:
While Christianity have concepts like paradise and hell, they are fundamentally different from Islam. First of all "paradise" is usually only used to refer to the garden of Eden of the story of Adam and Eve.

I think the "paradise" in question here is the Kingdom which sounds like hell with all the wars goi ng on there


Yousf you little buddy could not defend Islam and ran away and now feeling good by going after Christianity.
Anyway eid Mubarak, go little easy on those lamb chops .

I have added lot of stuff on my site for you check it out
http://Www.falseislam.org

:lol2:

Re: rape, pregnancy and abortion

PostPosted: Thu Oct 22, 2015 1:11 pm
by Nosuperstition
manfred wrote: There even was a special place for that. It was also legal for a father to kill his son or daughter if he was unhappy with their behaviour in as much as he thought they somehow "disgrace" the family, or they were "deformed" in some way. If he did so without any such excuse, though, he could be punished with loosing his rights of citizenship, or a fine, but not like a murderer... Children were, like slaves, see as property, with very few rights. If anything, slaves had a few more options. Children certainly could not complain to a court about their parents.


Well 'honor killing' in practice,I suppose.The same is also present in Hinduism where according to a fabricated story of later days,Krishna kills the son he had with Mother earth saying that all the people of the world are also our children and we cannot afford to let live the one who lives only to torment others.Now is this stuff about Rome once allowing its citizens the right to kill their children present in early Rome or later Rome.And what about the stuff of Rome granting slaves the right to complain about being mistreated by their masters?Is it an idea of the early Rome or the later Rome?

Re: rape, pregnancy and abortion

PostPosted: Sat Dec 10, 2016 10:58 pm
by Nosuperstition
Before Christianity, abortion was also commonplace, and the only know method of birth control, other than, of course, killing the baby. Afterwards, it was obviously still practiced, but less openly.


If one thinks childishly in terms of theory of karma and abortion ignoring the near accurate scientific theory of Malthus ,he/she who forced abortion too should die in the same manner perhaps in his next birth.And suppose a person of authority advocated abortion for the general population,then that sin must be distributed amongst all those that go for abortion just like a modern day judge distributes the punishment for a crime that involves many criminals amongst all the criminals.Both the abettor and the participants in the crime get punished.

Now once upon a time in my life,I wanted to commit suicide due to loss of honor by slitting my wrist,but could not muster enough guts even for that.However I am not personally averse even today to die without much pain through euthanasia.

So while thinking childishly, I would definately not advocate killing a baby by boring its head skull with a vaccum machine and sucking off the brain matter etc,I would not be averse to family plainning by painlessly killing off the foetus or the baby,though I prefer condoms etc even more.Afterall more than 25,000 infants die every day in this world in a far more painful way of starvation as the omnipotent God does not choose to feed them all.

Re: rape, pregnancy and abortion

PostPosted: Sun Dec 11, 2016 5:31 am
by Nosuperstition
And such a God is still considered most compassionate in both Christianity and Islam.How that could be baffles me till date.