"It's the "live long and prosper" sign from Star Trek. Leonard Nemoy is Jewish, raised in a traditional Jewish home (he speaks Yiddish), and probably took it from what he saw in synagogue on holidays when he was young."
"But how would you feel if you lost all the babies, especially when there was a chance to save the others? (I'm just running on the assumption that we're talking about triplets or more, since selective abortion is very rarely suggested in…"
"Slightly off topic, but I'm curious how you feel about selective abortion? Meaning, if a woman is pregnant with multiple babies, and there is a chance that if one is not removed, the rest will not survive. It's not a sure thing that…"
"I'm not saying one is worse than the other. I'm saying you have no idea what the other side of the story is. And you never will.
It's easy to sit up there on your high horse condemning those you feel have lesser morals and…"
"OK, say you shot me accidentally, and now my kidneys are shutting down. Do you think there should be legislation mandating that if you are a match you are obligated to give me one of your kidneys?
I know this is highly unlikely, but humor…"
"Of course if person A's life is dependent on some part of person B's body, person B has the right to "kill" him! If I needed a kidney, and you were a perfect match, you still have the right to choose not to give me that kidney,…"
"The biggest problem with criminalizing abortion is that there will always be women who need or want abortions, and they will be forced to use some back-alley butcher, or even try to do it themselves. Unless this artificial womb thing was something…"
"There are other reasons women have abortions other than unwanted pregnancy. I think abortion should still be an option for, say, a non-viable fetus, a baby who would die within minutes or hours of birth. Some women choose to carry full term even…"
"I know this is a really old discussion, but I'm new to the group, and I have some answers...
I am affiliated with Orthodox Judaism, so I'm going to give you an Orthodox perspective on Written Torah, Oral Torah, the Seven Noahide…"