Letter: Do the best you can to live by God’s standards

In response to all the discussion about exemptions and other small points of when it is ok to allow abortions, the real question we need to ask is, "At what point is it alright to kill a child?"

We live in a country where it is alright to kill our children. But by whose standard are we measuring that by?

People in our nation need to decide what standard they want to measure their lives by.

Do we want to measure by the Bible's standard, which is: "Thou shalt not murder" and follow the God of the Bible who says it is murder to kill our children?

 Or, do people want to reject the Bible's standard as the right standard of measure? Then anything becomes acceptable and even "lawful" and where does that all end? History shows that does not end well.

If we want to secure the blessings of God on our country, we need to do the best we can to live by the standards of the Bible; otherwise we will reap God's judgment.


Lorri Solum

Spring Grove


Effect of Overturning Roe v. Wade

April 6, 2008

Q: What would happen if the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade?
A: Some states would outlaw abortion but others would not.
Because Roe v Wade was not about abortion, it was about the right to privacy of ones own body.
If Roe v Wade is overturned the point is a citizen has not right to privacy of their own body and body functions, whether we believe in a God or the Bible or not. 
This means if the government local, state , or federal votes to pass a law that everyone needs to give blood for the good of society, it cannot be challenged. there are times a law must be passed. Pass a law that everyone over a certain age must donate a Kidney, lung, uterus, or skin cells, if will be called for the good of society and will be legal because the right to privacy over your body was given up when Roe v Wade was overturned.
Ask a lawyer.