If we make our own preference on the basic principle for determining right from wrong, eventually we destroy all principle. If we reject the absolute moral stands of the Bible, sooner or later we end up with no standards, or at best a flimsy foundation of inconsistencies.
In India, for example, many couples prefer boy babies over girls and therefore use amniocentesis to find out their child’s sex before it is born. In a June 1989 newsletter, Chuck Colson cites a study done in Bombay of 8000 abortions and 7900 of those were female fetuses.
Feminists worldwide condemned this selective abortion as “female feticide.” Yet they defend any abortion for reasons of convenience, birth control, or economic hardship. Colson calls this “pro-choice against choice.”