We’ll continue our discussion from the week before…hopefully without technical difficulties.
History records how conquerors from various periods of time have relocated a conquered nation or peoples. From the children of Israel in biblical times to Native Americans here in the U. S., we have examples of relocation. Most of us would agree that in times of war, the adage, “to the victor goes the spoils” would ring true. So the loser therefore is forced to bow to the dictates and edicts of said conqueror. If the conqueror wishes to relocate, then they must. But in the battles, there is a test of strength and wits, each side going aware of the consequences of failure.
However, in the battle of the womb, the dynamics are much different. It is the will of the mother against the dependence of the child. A child who cannot speak, whose voice cannot be heard. A child dependent completely on said mother for existence. There is no relocation plan. It becomes a question of “Whose Womb is it Anyway?”
Join me for this episode of the Parker J Cole as I chat as I chat with Clinton Wilcox, a staff apologist with Life Training Institute, who is also a certified speaker and mentor with Justice for All. You can call in at 646-595-2083, press 1 to be live on air. Or you can click on the link here:http://tobtr.com/s/7851195. Or, you can download the WLUV radio mobile app. Tune in!