Sharron Angle’s Rape and Incest as God’s Plan

She called pregnancy in cases of rape and incest God’s plan.’”  (Following comment/reply banned three times by HuffPost.)  For people like Sharron Angle, a clarification, or reminder: in scriptural and spiritual terms, there are two polar sides in the overall conflict.  True, the Light has (and makes) plans.  However, (assuming corresponding belief in good vs. evil/the original cast out) there is another side (dark) which also does the same.  Within those veins, the goals are extreme in differences of aspect.  One side relishes particular types of opportunities – like having a sickened, immoral, unrepentant father who is on the verge of crossing over by raping his daughter – because they want him to go through with it (while possibly fulfilling their getting the most important part of him).  The other is saddened by such situations/inclinations, yet still seeks to save, to turn around, not just the individual perpetrator – but the related circumstances (including victims’) as well.  In a scenario such as this, which force’s “will” (or proposed “plan”) would be fulfilled by the man scarring a girl for life – while (possibly) forever losing his own?  For that impregnated child, what would be more likely during her agonizing trial? : thoughts of a heartless “prince of this world” and its minions having triumphed, at least in directed torture – or realizations that a Loving God and His servants may implement intense measures to win certain battles, though her savaging by a perverted father would improbably be one of them?  (P.S. Ever heard of Free Will?)


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7 Responses to Sharron Angle’s Rape and Incest as God’s Plan

  1. Lorraine says:

    It just totally disgusts me.

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  4. SeaClearly says:

    Roger Rivard (R-WI): “Some girls rape easy.”

    Rick Santorum: “Rape victims should make the best of a bad situation.”

    Todd Akin (R-MO): “If it’s a legitimate rape, the female body has ways to try to shut that whole thing down.”

    Richard Mourdock (R-IN): “I think that even when life begins in that horrible situation of rape, that it is something that God intended to happen.”

    http://www.commondreams.org/view/2013/02/25-4

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