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What Does the Constitution Say About Abortion?


What Does the Constitution Say About Abortion?

by Jake MacAulay

I know that many reading this article may be abortion survivors; to you I want to say that you are “fearfully and wonderfully made”.  God desires your good. I would have you know the deepness of His love and concern for you. Perhaps you are an abortion doctor or a mother who has had an abortion.  I would say that with God there is forgiveness, mercy, and a complete cleansing and removal of condemnation, but you must confess the sin of murder and repent (turn) and not do it again.  Man’s laws can be cruel, they may support crime and violations of humanity but they cannot prevent a condemning conscience.  Christ can and he promises to do so upon contrition. 


If you are considering an abortion, know that it is an innocent life that will be killed.  It will put you through emotional and physical trauma that you could never know right now.  Your health risks will increase xxxx% According to many women who have had abortions you will live with  weight that will condemn you the


Many of you may be very shocked to find that the Constitution explicitly addresses the subject of infanticide.


The Fifth Amendment says, “…no person shall be deprived of life, liberty, or property without due process of law.”


Every colony had laws against killing an unborn child.


Our founders were acknowledging a truth where in they stated, “we hold these truths, not because they were creating truth. The presupposition was that all men were created equal. Herein the text states, we hold these truths to be self-evident. After establishing the value of life and freedoms that God creates and bestows upon his creation called mankind, the founders drafted a constitution that was literally created to secure the rights of the governed. Therefore we find this purpose stated succinctly I the declaration of independence, governments are instituted among men.  The preamble is written generally to give an understanding to all in power, to all protected by that power, of what purpose of this governing document was. Included are the words, posterity, to secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution. This phrase embodies a genuine and universal concern for children and future children who had not yet been born. Liberty and security is promised to not only the architects of the Constitution, but the unborn they desired to bless.


Going deeper into this God-given document we find the framers securing and guaranteeing protextion of the unborn posterity referenced in the preamble by stating no person  - which we have already determined - shall be deprived


Many prefer to quote the declaration regarding personal liberties, as in imperical fact of American jurisprudence and law.



5th Ammendment…

Declaration of Indpendance

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