SHAME - "The Sufficiency of Jesus in Shameful Memories" by John Knight [..."you don’t know when you’ll be surprised by memories of your past shameful behavior, with your own heart and the evil one accusing you with evidence from your own life. But God knows. And Jesus is enough."]
I find this pin interesting not so much for the obvious message, but because it starts with the framing of abortion and then moves on to the framing of historically significant men. Apparently we can't talk about abortion in ways that center women and women's experiences; we have to use this cliché "abortion is wrong what if your aborted baby is Beethoven" structure. And I have to ask this person: would abortion be framed as okay if your aborted baby was Hitler?:
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These two SS men are at the christening of a baby in 1936, three years before the start of the Second World War. The SS were Hitler's personal bodyguard and were under the command of Heinrich Himmler. The SS replaced the SA as the party's police
Deutsches Museum: Grunau Baby This model of glider was made popular among other things by Hannah Reitsch - who attained further celebrity status as Hitler's pilot. The Deutsches Museum has her personal archive.
Adolf Hitler "EVIL" A man whose name has come to signify evil in all its capacities, Hitler is probably the most infamous and evil person in all of human history. He directly caused the death of millions of innocent Jews, gypsies, homosexuals and people with mental and physical illness, not to mention the millions of other lives lost in World War II as an indirect result of his actions. Seeing this baby photo of him is as creepy as it gets.
Don't put Margaret Sanger on the $20 bill (Your letters)