abortifacient--what's the difference? Well, on the face of it,
it's rather simple. A contraceptive, properly so-called,
prevents human life from
laws of our land permit contraceptive use in all 50 states. Certain types are sold only on prescription, others without prescriptions over the counter. Substantial portions of our
federal tax monies in the last two decades have been spent for the promotion of contraceptive education and contraceptive use--particularly among teenage and poverty
In the early 1960's, officials from the American College of Obstetrics
Gynecology teamed up with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration,
and they simply redefined the
word "conception." They said it would no longer be the time of union of sperm and ovum, but rather would be the time, one week later, when this new human plants inside
the lining of the mother's womb. "Fertilization" would still be the word used for the time of union of sperm and ovum. The interesting thing was though that no one knew of this
change except an inner circle of medical and drug people. And so what has happened? Well, just what they planned.
Today a physician can truthfully call the IUD a "contraceptive," and
mean that it prevents implantation in the wall of the uterus, while his
patient, hearing him use
"contraception," will understand it to mean "the prevention of the union of sperm and ovum." And so, presto! An abortifacient is called a "contraceptive," and everybody is
fooled. A classic example of double speak, or the perversion of language.
That slight of hand definition change happened 30 years ago. Today only a few physicians know that many so-called contraceptives really act as abortifacients.
( This concludes the article By J. C. Willke MD )
|TYPE||LOW RANGE||HIGH RANGE|
|The Pill, Mini,EC,Morning After etc.||588,000||14,700,000|
|Prostaglandin and Saline||50,000||100,000|
The word sorcery, originates from the Greek word pharmakia, which in turn gives us our modern word, pharmaceuticals. The New Testament is very clear about where all un-repentant sorcerers will end up.[Source: ( Number 1) "Infant Homicides Through Contraceptives", page 40, 2nd edition, Eternal Life, P.O. Box 787 Bardstown, KY 40004, (1994). (Source 2) "Beginnings", Volume X1 No 2, page3. Pharmacists for Life, P.O. Box 1281 Powell, OH 43065-1281. (Source 3) "Birth Control Game: Gambling With Life" page 2 & page 3. American Life League, P.O. Box 1350, Stafford, VA 22554.]