Newtown slayings are horrible, but what about abortion?

2012-12-30T00:00:00Z Newtown slayings are horrible, but what about abortion?
December 30, 2012 12:00 am

I think the love, concern, caring and prayers that are being bestowed on the folks in Newtown (Conn.) are wonderful. Let's hope it continues and doesn't suddenly stop, with people forgetting about those parents and people.

But let's also think about something else. So far in America, well over 50 million babies have been murdered through abortion. Would it be possible to show a little love, concern and caring for those innocent little ones along with the innocents in Newtown?

Since we do not condone or tolerate murdering grade school children, would it be possible for Americans to get to the point where we do not tolerate or condone murdering babies through abortion? Would that be possible? Why not think about this.

- Pastor Dave Graef, Valparaiso

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