Thursday, December 16, 2004

Catholic Medical Centers

Catholic medical centers refuse to provide options such as tubal ligation to older women who do not wish to become pregnant in the future. Did god say that tube tying is not allowed? No. Is tube tying abortion? No. Is an unfertilized egg a person? No.

Catholic medical centers believe that all methods of birth control (even between monogamous married couples) are morally wrong. The only method of birth control condoned is the rhythm method, which has a failure rate of up to 40%, ie it doesn't work.

So the point being: This is a bunch of bullshit which is why residents prescribe birth control without documenting it in patient's chart or if it is documented medical reasons for the oral contraceptives are falsified.

This brings us to the question of the day:
Q: Does the bible mention the use of tubal ligation or oral contraceptives?
A: No.

And remember, we are not talking about abortion here (oral contraceptives inhibit ovulation altogether).

4 Comments:

Blogger Dreaming again said...

no, it doesn't.
It does say "if any man lacks wisdom let him ask"
and "every good and perfect gift comes down from the Father of lights" (which, would and could include medical science and doctor's and if they don't want to believe it then why do they have doctor's and hospitals)

I fully believe that life begins AT conception ... not before !!!!!!! Prevention is by no means equivalent to abortion!!


How frustrating.
Sorry, there are far more scriptures that back up using wisdom to guide your life than what they think they have to back up not using birth control!!!

January 8, 2005 at 7:01 PM  
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