Abortion and Animals Rights: The Connection
By Sammy Brown - 17 Jan 2011
Thank you for your continued responses. First let me say yes I have read the pages on your web site you suggested, and will most likely read them several more time.
I asked, "How does God tell us His will?" You replied, " It's all through the Bible." You also asked, "Didn't you read the commentary we referred you to?" To reply to your question first, Yes I did read it I read everything you point out, I do not rely on my memory, it getting old . However to address your statement, "It's all through the Bible." Yes, it is however would it not be more to the point to say we learn the will of God through His Commandments where He tells us what to do and what not to do?
My commit: Your web site states "If Noah and his family were truly obedient to the Lord, there would be no need for a sacrifice. Furthermore, this was many years before the sacrifice was ever mentioned in the Law. Noah did this on his own, and not in the will of God." After God made the first animal sacrifice to make coats of skins for Adam and Eve. Abel was the next not Noah. Of course God could have simply spoke the skins into existence with out the shedding of blood however God has always required Blood to cover sin, hence the sin offerings.
I apologize if you have answered this question before and I missed the answer or did not understand it. So once again, Would the Creator, God, tell His children to do anything which He disapproves of?