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Pro-Choice Senate Candidates Believe in  Spontaneous Generation

Where is Louis Pasteur when you need him?

Chris Jackson POSTED: 10/24/12

In the 1800’s Catholic Scientist Louis Pasteur disproved that living

 beings can spring to life from non-living matter


Connecticut Senate debate: Here

Indiana Senate debate: Here

This just in! Human life begins at birth and God does not intend life to be created through conception.  Such is the narrative of the far left media in their coverage of two debates in close Senate races.  First, in a Connecticut Senate debate between Democrat Rep. Chris Murphy and Republican Linda McMahon BOTH candidates shockingly stated that they believe life begins at birth with nary a peep from the liberal media. 

This is rich. The same media never misses an opportunity to ridicule those who have well founded problems with the science of evolution and global warming.   Yet, when faced with two Senate candidates in the year 2012 publicly espousing that life is magically created from non-living matter at birth, the event is passed over as a non-issue.  You would think any reputable news source would point out that the theory of “spontaneous generation” of life was scientifically disproven in the 19th century, by Louis Pasteur (a Catholic) and that anyone espousing it today is off his or her respective rocker.  But, no. The idea that a newborn infant was, seconds earlier before birth, a dead inanimate object is apparently perfectly acceptable to the otherwise scientific rationalist media.

Then we have the debate for Indiana Senate which took place a few days later. When Republican Senate Candidate Richard Mourdock was asked whether abortion should be allowed in cases of rape or incest he responded, “I struggled with it myself for a long time, but I came to realize that life is that gift from God. And, I think, even when life begins in that horrible situation of rape, that it is something that God intended to happen.”  Predictably the left wing media went absolutely apoplectic.

However, instead of addressing what Mourdock actually said, the media twisted his words with headlines that read, “God Intends Pregnancies From Rape” as if Mourdock was ridiculously claiming that God intends the rapes themselves. As Mourdock later stated, “[Am I] trying to suggest somehow that God preordained rape, no I don’t think that. Anyone who would suggest that is just sick and twisted. No, that’s not even close to what I said.” But knowing the truth hasn’t stopped the media from immediately beating their newfound straw man to death to help Mourdock’s pro-abortion opponent gain an advantage in the final weeks of the campaign.

There are two simple facts here that the media is either deliberately or ignorantly refusing to recognize. First, that it is a scientific fact human life begins at conception. To figure this out, a reporter need only get close to a biology textbook.  Belief that human life somehow begins at birth can be disproven by common sense and immediately rejected.  Any reporter worth his or her salt should publicly question any candidate’s ability to serve as a United States Senator who believes otherwise.

Second, Christians believe that God, as the author of Nature, designed the process to create human life and thus intends human life to result from this process.  However, to say that this in any way implies a Christian belief that God intends or in any way approves of rape is imbecilic.

That said, a word of advice to Mr. Mourdock and any other pro-life candidates reading these lines. When asked whether abortion should be allowed in cases of rape or incest consider saying the following. “It is a biological fact that human life begins at conception.  Abortion is therefore the killing of an innocent human being.  It is currently illegal to give the death penalty to a rapist, the true culprit in the crime of rape. How ridiculous is it then to say that the innocent child who had no part in the crime, can be executed?”

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