INCARNATIONS

Thursday, March 15th, 2012 | Uncategorized

Some non-Christians(and some Christians, for that matter) have a serious problem with the idea of God coming to Earth in bodily form.  I personally don’t see why this concept should ever bother anyone at all since Satan takes a physical body all the time.

UPDATE: This “person” also doesn’t much care for adoption.  Thanks to Paula Loughlin for the heads-up.

30 Comments to INCARNATIONS

Dave
March 15, 2012

Yep. The language of Satan, “you shall be as gods”. Notice that the autonomous self is the only gauge and arbiter of morality. It’s good for me that’s all that matters. I pray there is a hell for such as these, for justice is necessary.

Dave
March 15, 2012

At least she’s honest enough to say it. Nancy Pelosi and her ilk are all abortion lovers but won’t say it out loud.

BTW I’ve always believed that “safe, legal and rare” line was a bunch of bs. Like “choice” it’s sole purpose is to try to make the practice palatable to enough people to keep it lega.

Paula Loughlin
March 15, 2012

Oh you will enjoy this gem on adoption by our deathcootie.

http://www.eclectica.org/v6n3/delbalzo.html

Donald R. McClarey
March 15, 2012

Saint Michael, the Archangel, defend us in the battle. Be our protection against the malice and snares of the Devil. We humbly beseech God to command him. And do thou, O Prince of the Heavenly Host, by the powers of God, cast into Hell Satan and all the evil spirits who prowl about the world seeking the ruin of souls.

Katherine
March 15, 2012

She thinks adoption is so awful that it would be better to just kill the children? My adopted friends and family members would beg to differ.

AdiosECUSA
March 15, 2012

Why hasn’t EDS made her an adjunct professor yet?

Paula Loughlin
March 15, 2012

Since I am an adopted child, I can tell you that she is full of the reasons one wears boots to muck out a stall.

Paula Loughlin
March 15, 2012

From the above link.

“. Mothers especially have a primal instinct to care for their children and ensure the survival of their family trees.”

So just how does abortion fit into that idea?

Don Janousek
March 15, 2012

“I love killing Jews . I don’t accept it. I don’t view it as a necessary evil. I embrace it. I donate to killing-Jews funds. I write about how important it is to make sure that everyone has access to safe, legal Jew-killing services. I have bumper stickers and buttons and t-shirts proclaiming my support for Jew killing. I love killing Jews.”

Same old song – second verse.

Dave Pawlak
March 15, 2012

I’m suddenly reminded of the evil described in C.S. Lewis’ Perelandra (Weston becoming the Unman) and That Hideous Strength (anyone from the N.I.C.E.)…

Kathleen Lundquist
March 15, 2012

Her screed against adoption actually would make an interesting case against the way that gay couples have to form their ‘families’ – e.g., any child being raised by two men or two women had to have come from a previously broken biological union.

Why do I get the feeling she and her co-travelers wouldn’t see it that way?

Don Janousek
March 15, 2012

Kathleen Lundquist

Actually, many homo children among lesbians come from turkey basters.

As to male homos, probably adoption as the colon does not, at the present time, allow for conception.

Nor are children of homo “marriages” normal. I had one father – I get nightmares thinking about two fathers and no mother.

Our society is becoming what is in the bowl before you flush after a No. 2.

Steve L.
March 15, 2012

Adopted?, good heavens you could end up like poor Dave

Paula Loughlin
March 15, 2012

Giving a child up for adoption is not the instant fait accompli she presents. You have numerous opportunities to change your mind and withdraw your consent. This is true even for a time after you have surrendered custody.

Even at the age of 17 I was fully informed of my legal rights and every document was fully explained. There was no snatching. There was no shaming. There was no dangling of threats or bribes. There was no lying or deceptions or twisting of truths.

There was just the fact that there were two people who longed for a child and had waiting 7 years to adopt ( this is after waiting 2 years to go through the approval process) and who had a lot of love and a stable home to give to a child. There was the fact that I had much of the former but could not offer the latter. So being a firm believer that sometimes love alone is not enough I choose adoption.

For this screeching harrigan to suggest that meant I was selling my child into slavery makes me want to rip her innards out through her eyeballs. To suggest that killing would have been the better choice is so stunningly evil I wonder she can stand the light of day.

Son of the South
March 15, 2012

It’s a shame the Dean of EDS is already “married.” I’m sure if she met the author of these articles, it would be true love.

LaVallette
March 16, 2012

Bet you anything this person is an anti-breeder!!

Better dead than adopted!!!

Amy P.
March 16, 2012

She thinks adoption is so awful that it would be better to just kill the children? My adopted friends and family members would beg to differ.

Apparently. These are also the same people who will go to the mat for all sorts of funding for social programs.

To which I want to ask: Why? If you think death is preferable to being adopted, or (temporarily) poor, or otherwise “unhappy” why bother with supporting social programs? Just kill them all, right?

For some reason, they’re always confounded by *that* particular question. Almost as if they hadn’t thought it through.

People like this make me want to have 20 kids, just to show them *I* can live out “My body, my choice” too.

Elaine Krewer
March 16, 2012

“There was no shaming. There was no dangling of threats or bribes. There was no lying or deceptions or twisting of truths”

I believe many agencies nowadays also allow birth mothers/parents and adoptive parents to remain in contact AFTER the adoption is finalized to whatever extent BOTH parties are comfortable with. (I know this was true of Catholic Charities in my area back in the 1990s when I wrote a story about a young woman who placed a child for adoption through them.) For example, the birth mother may receive updates every few months or so on how the child is doing, or even be allowed periodic visits with the child if the adoptive parents are OK with that. The days of babies being snatched away at birth and the birth mother never knowing what became of them are long gone.

Michael D
March 16, 2012

Son of the South: you’re obviously not Episcopalian. Those two could totally find a way to live into their millenium goals together, whether via divorce or polyamory. My guess however is that their would not be room in one house for those two egos.

Upstate
March 16, 2012

May God have mercy on us all.

Paula Loughlin
March 16, 2012

Elaine,

Even when I choose adoption, I was given the option of an open adoption. I refused because I wanted my child to have no doubts about whose son he was. I wanted there to be no confusion about who his real parents were. I did not want divided loyalties. I did not want them to fear a sudden change of mind. I knew he would have loving and adoring parents and I sure as heck did not want him or them to believe I thought I had any claims that contradicted that fact.

Smurf Breath
March 16, 2012

Does she have the courage of her convictions? If a late trimester baby is delivered and put in front of her, and she is handed a scalpel and told, “unless you kill this thing, the mother will be responsible for it”, would she be able to kill it?

“Peter Singer has assured us that such a creature is just an unconscious collection of cells. Appearances can be deceptive. So kill it. It’s a joy, as you say. It is a positive thing. Kill it.”

Would she be able to do it?

Paula Loughlin
March 16, 2012

I think I can guess her childhood reading list.
“The Other” by Thomas Tyron.
“The Bad Seed” by William March.
“The Midwich Cuckoo” by John Wyndham
“The Small Assasin” by Ray Bradbury
“Rosemary’s Baby” by Ira Levin
Numerous takes on the changeling legend.
“It’s a Good Life” by Jerome Bixby.

Dale Price
March 16, 2012

When a criminal breaks into your home, intent on evil, gunowners are taught to aim for the center of mass. I’m not so sure that’s a great idea any more. It’s pretty clear an increasing number of people have yawning voids where their hearts should be.

Dave Pawlak
March 16, 2012

Would she be able to do it?

Unfortunately, I think the answer is yes.

IB Bill
March 17, 2012

It’s very sad that someone could actually say the things she says. She’s obviously very disturbed. There is more to this than she’s telling. She needs prayers.

Therese Z
March 17, 2012

Paula, thanks for revealing your choice all those years ago, and some of your thinking about how you made it. If your biological son wanted to meet you, would you consent? If you don’t mind me asking.

I have a cousin who was adopted and we sort of envied her, because the story went to her and to all of us as soon as we could understand that her parents went to the hospital and picked her out because they loved her the BEST out of all the babies there. I find it interesting that the fact could have been concealed because she ended up looking just the rest of the family, and nobody would ever be able to pick her out vs her sister as the “adopted one.” I know she quietly looked up her original last name and she’s on a list of adoptees looking for her biological parents, but I don’t know if she has succeeded. She said once she was interested in medical histories more than reasons.

Paula Loughlin
March 17, 2012

Therese Z, Yes I would consent. Most states now have adoption registries where if both parties consent their information will be shared.

I hate to think of what dark creatures must be latched firmly to this woman’s heart.

Allen Lewis
March 18, 2012

I, for one, pity the child that this enormous egoist is likely to have – just to add to her status.

What a miserable existence that person would be doomed to lead! That child would be better off dead than suffer the moral depravity of being “mothered” by this hedonist.

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