Christians, what’s better for a fetus (“baby”) – aborting it, or giving it up for adoption by atheist parents?

Question by Dreamstuff Entity: Christians, what’s better for a fetus (“baby”) – aborting it, or giving it up for adoption by atheist parents?
This is a three part question, so please make sure to answer all three parts.

1. If a baby is aborted, does it go to heaven with 100% certainty?

2. If a baby is raised by atheist parents, does the soul eventually go to heaven with 100% certainty? How about 99%? 90%? Feel free to use statistics regarding the beliefs of children of atheists, if you find any. If not, please estimate.

3. Based on parts 1 and 2, which option is ultimately better for the baby?
Not one full answer from Christians. I wonder why.

Best answer:

Answer by Cmoney Folyfe
aborted babies go to hell cause they were never baptized
…according to this “religion” thing

What do you think? Answer below!

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9 thoughts on “Christians, what’s better for a fetus (“baby”) – aborting it, or giving it up for adoption by atheist parents?”

  1. Wow. This is right up there with the atheist who just suggested blowing up a school full of Swedish kiddies because their chances of finding their need for Christ were low.

    Now, I was under the impression that atheists were all about the “open-minded” thing. Surely they’d let their child investigate and, perhaps, adopt a particular religion. right? Of course they would.

    “aborted babies go to hell cause they were never baptized … according to this “religion” thing”

    According to what “religion thing”?

  2. 1- Yes. It is not God`s desire for even one to perish. ALL souls return to the Father. ((good or bad)) Judgment hasn`t come yet..

    2- It doesn`t matter who raises the child.. Each person is accountable for their OWN selves..

    3- To Live the best life they can live..

    God will tend to his flock.. By the way, You are not held accountable for what you don`t have knowledge of.. All babies, Children, mentally ill, and those, who don`t hear the word automatically go back to Dad..

    Peace and blessings from Texas <><

  3. STFU troll

    adopt out the baby, even if atheist parents adopt him/her, he would still have the opportunity to be open minded, go to church, become a christian, and it doesn’t involve killing him/her.

  4. Adoption is always better. Because even if a child is raised an atheist, they will always have a chance to follow Jesus, and God still has a purpose for them. Especially when they learn that adoption was God’s idea in the first place.

    1. I believe babies are innocent and are automatically received into heaven. They will not be punished with hell for the sins of their mothers.

    2. There is a statistic that says that a person who has not become a Christian by the age of 18 only has about a 20% chance of ever doing so. But our God is One who makes beating the odds a favorite pastime.

    3. I still say adoption is better. Only God has any right to say anything different, as He appoints our days, and He is the one who brings His people to Himself when they die. But it is not our right to send Him people. It is not our right to stamp “Return to Sender” on any child’s forehead.

  5. Nothing in life is certain, except for death. I would rather prefer a child to be adopted by atheist parents rather than being murdered (aborted). At least the child has a chance to find God later in life when the atheist ideals fail to fill that hole in the heart that we all possess.

    Utilitarianism is a logical extreme and has no basis in religion. Even if 1% of the world goes to heaven and 99% of it is cast out, it is still worth the cost.\

    God bless

  6. 1. Yes.
    2. No, it does not.
    3. Based on one ad two, the option not to abort is better for the baby.

    Situational ethics are never acceptable. Abortion is always wrong, no matter what the situation is. End absolutely do not justify manes. Ever.

    There, you got a full answer from a Christian. Happy?

  7. Part 2 Life is precious and should not be flushed down the toilet or fished out with a coat hangar.
    11. For the Son of man is come to save that which was lost. 12. What think you? If a man shall have a hundred sheep, and one of them shall go astray, doth he not leave the ninety-nine, and go to the mountains, and seek that which had gone astray? Luke 11 -12
    Its better to have one atheist become a christian than 99 not.
    God cares less about babies jumping the ‘cue’ than he does about one fully grown man committing to God.
    15 % if the parents are fundamentalist atheist who ridicule any other than their own of their child’s beliefs.
    50 % if the parents let the child decide for itself.

    Part 2 is better for the baby see above.

  8. < >

    Being born and being given a chance of life.. a right to life.

    < <1. If a baby is aborted, does it go to heaven with 100% certainty?>>

    We don’t know for sure. We are not God, nor should we play God. IF someone thinks that an aborted baby goes to heaven with 100% certainty, then the MOST good can be done by killing ALL babies, affective immediately. However, this is playing God for one, and assumes that the ONLY point of life is to go to heaven… that our ONLY purpose or reason for existing is to go to heaven. That Salvation is ONLY about heaven. This actually takes a very narrow and simplistic view of Christianity, Religion, and the purpose of life.

    Again, IF we followed this apparently proposed logic, the implications are that we should murder as many children as possible all over the world, apparently leaving NOTHING to chance. But we don’t see Christians doing this.. and we don’t believe this is moral.

    So obviously there is a flaw in this logic, somewhere.

    < <2. If a baby is raised by atheist parents, does the soul eventually go to heaven with 100% certainty? How about 99%? 90%? Feel free to use statistics regarding the beliefs of children of atheists, if you find any. If not, please estimate.>>

    There are no statistics on the percentage of human beings PERIOD which go to heaven or not. So one can not fathom an accurate percentage on either Christians nor non-Christians which go to heaven.

    One could say that THEORETICALLY, given that ALL have a choice, the same choices. All things being equal, that a child raised by Atheist parents has as much chance as anyone else. However, knowing culturalization, we can say that children often follow the beliefs of their parents. So then we can say that less children of Atheistic parents grow up to have a faith, then the children of theistic parents.

    Even given an ENTIRELY HYPOTHETICAL low 3% rate of Atheistic children converting to Christianity. We STILL don’t know WHICH children will follow the traditions of their parents and which will not, we are no better at determining which children SPECIFICALLY we should murder and which we should not.
    IF society even agreed with such a policy in the first place.

    < <3. Based on parts 1 and 2, which option is ultimately better for the baby?>>

    To be born to Atheistic parents vs. being killed simply for convenience of the parent or because the Parent’s rights trumps that of their own children.

    Either way, to be born is better then another human being CHOOSING one’s fate.

    AGREED!

  9. I believe in my church – being Catholic , aborted babies go to heaven. I mean , they are innocent – all babies are. The best option ? Having the baby . I don’t think you can statistically guess as to whether the child would go to Heaven but I’m guessing there’s a very good chance. Even if they grew up in an Atheist household – one , you can’t say for certain the atheist won’t end up in Purgatory ( & then traipsing on to Heaven ) or just end up having a conversion & going to Heaven & secondly , you don’t know for certain the child won’t grow to have their own beliefs. It happens. All the time .

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