It was his right as creator, to use violence when necessary to protect good people from the bad. All the violence thats noted in the bible wasnt automatically condoned by God, it is an historical account too of what was occurring.
Anyway should have known it would get dragged into this, i only mentioned it as it helps explain why i feel the way i do.
Even if i didnt believe in God i dont think i would agree with it anyway.
I truly think that a better solution would be to adjust the current GBH charge.
God doesnt cause people to die. The actions of others, themselves, illness, accidents etc do.
The bible promises he will undo all the suffering and restore innocent people to life again, and the earth to its original perfect state - and more than make up for any suffering experienced now
Anyway dont want to take this wayy off topic and into a sermon Feel free to PM me about it if you wish
Someone mentioned blueprints and how that a cluster of cells is like the blueprints and therefore an existing life... I guess I see that same scenario differently. A blueprint for a house, to me, is the POTENTIAL for a house to exist... but it's not yet a house.
That's not to upset anyone who's been through the loss of an unborn baby, it's simply to explain the way that I can unemotionally view pregnancy and part of the reason why I think a mother's rights should always trump that of the baby. The mother is already a house. The unborn is but a blueprint.
Of course, a mother who WANTS to have her baby is never going to feel unemotionally towards her unborn... but when it comes to the law, it needs to be cut-and-dry without emotion.
I am not opposed to Zoe's Law and what Zoe's mother wants to achieve. I can understand why she would want that. If I went through similar, I would probably want the same. I'm not emotionally involved though so am not responding emotionally to what happened, and can see that there's a lot of harm that could come from this... and the potential harm that can be done from this law far outweighs the potential good that can come from it, IMO.
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