Caleb Adams Commentary
Tuesday, December 21, 2004
8.6 Ounce Baby Survives - A Great Blessing!
A premature infant believed to be the smallest baby ever to survive was called "a great blessing" by her mother.
The baby, named Rumaisa, weighed 8.6 ounces when she was delivered Sept. 19 at Loyola University Medical Center - less than a can of soda. That is 1.3 ounces smaller than the previous record holder, who was born at the same the hospital in 1989, according to hospital spokeswoman Sandra Martinez.
"It's a blessing, it's a great blessing," said the parents.
However, this is a blessing that the God hating abortionists just cannot understand, because the sinful mind is so twisted by rebellion to the Law of God. Do you understand the logic of people who say they are the standard of truth and logic -- rather than God's law (word) being the standard of logic. ??
So you see that the news every day is full of great contradictions in human activity and human understanding. One human will go to extraordinary measures to save a little 8 ounce babies' life, another will kill a mother to steal a child from the womb, and still another will kill a child to "save the mother."
Even so, God tells us to "love your enemies" (the enemies of God), bless and do not curse them.
The modern horror of a baby never born
Barbara Simpson talks about the modern horror of a baby never being born - the case of 23-year old Bobbi Jo Stinnett -- who was strangled to death becase someone wanted her unborn baby.
Saturday, December 18, 2004
Woman Charged With Killing Pregnant Woman and Kidnapping Baby That Was Cut From Her Womb
Dec. 18, 2004 - Authorities Friday arrested a woman they allege came to the home of an eight-months-pregnant woman purportedly to buy a dog then strangled her and cut the baby from her womb. Authorities found the abducted infant in good health, ending a day of frantic searching.
According to a criminal complaint, Lisa M. Montgomery admitted she strangled Bobbie Jo Stinnett and took her baby. The complaint also said Montgomery lied to her husband about giving birth, although U.S. Attorney Todd Graves declined to give a motive for the crime.
Stinnett's mother found the 23-year-old nearly dead Thursday in her home in the northwest Missouri town of Skidmore. Paramedics tried to revive her, but she was pronounced dead at a hospital.
Tuesday, December 14, 2004
Jury Recommends Death Penalty for Peterson
A CNN report says -- Laci Peterson's stepfather said Scott Peterson "got what he deserved" when the jury in his murder trial recommended Monday that he die by lethal injection for killing his 27-year-old pregnant wife.
Law enforcement officials said they have a strong case against Scott Peterson in the killings of his wife Laci and unborn son, and that if he is convicted in a trial, they will likely seek the death penalty. (Looks like that is what is has happening now.)
There is a lot written about this case, and the Oregonian recognizes that Abortion Laws are Related to the Death Penalty -- Oregon Democrats push making murder of a pregnant woman punishable by death; the GOP objects, saying it is two murders.