The Inevitability of “Gendercide” and Its Other Deadly Effects

Posted By on August 2, 2011

From John Piper, Desiring God:

“163,000,000 unborn baby girls have been killed in Asia over the last three decades. That’s more than the entire female population of the United States.

Aside from the mounting up of blood-guilt, and the treasonous shredding of God’s image, the result is a dangerously imbalanced population. “Normally, about 105 boys are born for every 100 girls. The ratio in India is 112 to 100, in China 121 to 100, with some Chinese cities reaching 150 to 100” (First Things, Aug/Sept, 2011, 69).”

Read the rest of the article. (May not be suitable for younger readers.)

The pro-abortion crowd is constantly talking about protecting and defending women: their health, their freedom, their “choices,” their rights. The rights of the unborn in the womb are discounted, supposedly for the “greater good” of women.

We who are advocates for life are quick to point out that abortion does indeed hurt women, but that doesn’t matter much to radical feminists. Even evidence that shows abortion providers to be uncaring and even abusive to women seem to fall on deaf ears.

Perhaps now that pre-born women are being victimized for the sake of gender “choice,” we will be able to have an honest conversation about the personhood of the en utero child,

whether sick or healthy,

rich or poor,

Asian, Caucasian, or African,

…boy or girl.

 

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About The Author

Tiana is blessed to be wife to Christopher and mother to three young children, plus a tiny newborn baby girl, born November 21, 2010. She has a bachelor's degree in Youth Ministry from Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, IL, which she now "uses" as she brings up her children in the nurture and admonition of the LORD, through home education and discipleship. With God's help, she is learning more about what it means to be a godly wife, mother, and homemaker each day. She lives in Wisconsin, but you can visit her on the web at www.godmadehomegrown.com.

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