Could Cancer Be Our Fault?

This morning many woke up shocked to discover that David Bowie died yesterday after an 18 month battle with cancer. It seems that every time you turn around you hear of another person with cancer. Why is cancer so prevalent? Why are so many people dying of cancer? Shouldn’t we have discover a cure or better methods of preventing it? I sure many people question why God has done nothing about cancer.
My freshman year in college, 1969, I had an awesome history professor. He said to him the greatest argument against discriminating against women or minorities was the possibility that God had gifted one of them with the ability to cure cancer but that person was unable to get into medical school because of discrimination. How true that could be. Ironically that professor died of cancer before I graduated.
Since Roe v. Wade over 57,000,000 million Americans have been aborted. How many brilliant scientists and doctors might have been in that number, we will never know. A number that large must have included many geniuses. Who knows whether or not cancer, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s might have been defeated if Roe v. Wade hadn’t happened? Who knows what diseases might have been eradicated?
If you asked God why He didn’t do something about cancer or Alzheimer’s or some other disease; would His answer be that we kept aborting the people He sent to solve these problems. Think about it! Can we afford abortion?

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Author: ronquinlan

To me the message is what is important. Feel free to copy and use anything on this blog. Some pieces were originally published by Catholic Lane so please give them credit. I am a charismatic Roman Catholic and former Social Studies teacher in Catholic Schools. Pieces I've written have been published on Catholi Lane, Catholic Exchange and the Women of Grace blog.

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