Restraining yourself from threatening women with life in prison or execution is not really compromising any religious doctrine.
No one is threatening "women" with life in prison or execution. They are threatening murderers and the animals that perform the deed. "Women" do not murder their own children. Libtards tend to intentionally misuse words to confuse and decieve. Those that oppose abortion are somehow against "women". Pretty much the same way that Libtard gun grabbers consider 20 year old gangsters shooting each other in a drug war to be "children killed by gunfire".
Then it isnt Murder as we understand Murder in todays Society. If you hire someone to kill another person it usually gets the death penalty or life in Prison. It rises to a higher level then an act of Passion. Deliberate Murder for hire gets the severest penalties.
So which is it?
Are the Laws of God superior to the laws of society?
If so, is abortion unlawful in the eyes of the Church and of God? God said that before He formed you in the womb he knew you. John the Baptist acknowledged the divinity of Christ while BOTH were in the womb.
As a Christian, I think it is safe to say that if Christ was fully God within the Theotokos's womb, then it is also safe to say that He was fully human as well. To say otherwise would be heresy.
It is unlawful to kill another person. Some exceptions are made by the Church for self-defense and for warfare. I do not remember any exceptions made if someone inconveniences you. Killing another human being is still murder, even if they put a cramp on your style.
IF the majority of the population were Christian I think it would fully be within their rights to make the law of man fit with the law of God. So, if the Law of God were to be the official law of the land, then the legal authorities would be able to exercise justice as they see fit. If you do wrong, be afraid, for the rulers do not bear the sword for no reason. They are God's servants, agents of wrath to bring punishment on the wrongdoers. (The Epistle to the Romans, Chapter 13.)
Whether this is PC or not is not my concern. The point of this thread is the discussion of the Christian response to abortion.