Which commandment gets broken?

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“. . . The early abortions involve the use of pills to cause a miscarriage early in the pregnancy , rather than a surgical abortion, where the embryo is removed from the uterus by suction. . . ” Family Planning to apply for early abortion licence (NZ Herald dated 11 March 2009)

Whether babies are just a few days old in the womb, nearly fullterm, or celebrating their first birthdays, you break the same commandment when you snuff out their lives.

The Day of reckoning will surely come when we will have to give account for every abortion, whether by surgeon’s knife or sugar-coated pill. Either way, one of the Ten Commandments is broken.

These days, one cannot assume that one is understood. In case you do not know what I’m talking about, I have magnified the particular commandment in the clipart I’ve used with this post.

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