You are told by us What determines the intercourse of a baby

You are told by us What determines the intercourse of a baby

One consideration in assessing the ethics of intercourse selection requires the timing regarding the selection it self. A negative result (meaning the birth of a girl) can only be prevented by killing the embryo or fetus either in the lab (if conception is achieved through in vitro fertilization) or in the womb of the mother (by abortion) if a boy is desired and the sex is to be determined after fertilization. Such intercourse selection must certanly be opposed for 2 reasons. First, an innocent life is sacrificed. To end life mainly because it isn’t the “product” one desires is demeaning and discriminatory. Each person, male and female, is uniquely developed, understood and respected by God (consider Job 31:15; Ps. 139:13-16; Isa. 49:1; Jer. 1:5; Gal. 1:15; Eph. 1:3-4). All life that is human mainly for Jesus’s pleasure and purposes, maybe maybe perhaps not ours (Col. 1:16). Continue reading “You are told by us What determines the intercourse of a baby”