As I read articles and listen to those proponents of unborn baby assassination, I am struck with the resemblance that their activities bear to participation in a religious celebration.
My Merriam-Webster dictionary defines religion as "an organized system of faith and worship", as well as "a cause or belief held to with faith and ardor."
So, why do I see the resemblance?
A religion has one central tenet that embodies all truth; that is given a holy name; and held to be inviolable. In this case, the name is "abortion rights",or"pro-choice" — both pseudonyms for self-love.
The "truth" is brought to humanity by a special, revered person. This would be the racist Margaret Sanger.
All religions have a special class of people — priests, prophets, gurus, etc., that expound on the delivered "truth." How else would you describe those who are so aggressive in their call for it and usually benefit financially, such as Planned Parenthood or doctors who specialize in the practice?
A special "holy place" is a common feature of religion. Sounds like abortion clinics are their houses of worship.
It seems to me that a good case could be made for declaring the practice and support of abortion a religion. If so, then according to the First Amendment to the Constitution, requiring separation of church and state, then all government support need immediately to be withdrawn from those organizations and facilities that "worship" by performing the act of abortion and propagation of it,
Welcome back spirit of Moloch?