Continuing from last time...
The "weights on both sides" thing doesn't work. A crime may be rejoiced over by lots of people. Or you may murder a homeless person. Yet God has commanded that we not murder. It's pretty simple.
You might rape and murder an orphan girl who was your mail-order bride from Russia and then dispose of her body. Nobody ever knew.
Yet God knows of this crime, and it was not morally justifiable.
Further, assigning weights to the different factors you named is entirely arbitrary. Who is to say how much weight goes on which side? And what if you forget a certain factor?
Contrast that with the method wherein you merely listen to what God said.
- Are you trying to say because Kermit’s clinic was run horribly all clinics are run like this? -
Of course not.
The point is that MANY abortuaries are poorly-run and do not care much for women. Only money. Gosnell is merely one egregious example, yet why wasn't he shut down way before?
-Is a man killing his wife out of rage a service?-
It could be considered that way, sure. Like if she were up for a promotion that a competitor later got b/c the man's wife was killed.
-There is a murder service, contract killing, that you mentioned in your last response, but that service is not created because murder is illegal-
What does that sentence mean? "that service is not created"? Then why are hits sometimes undertaken?
-Well, if condoms are so cheap then we can afford to supply them to people who can’t afford them like high school students who get an allowance and must choose between gas money or contraceptives.-
Why would we want to do that?
Now YOU are committing the fallacy of composition, only this time for real.
To render ONE service (ie, give someone a condom) is cheap.
Then by your logic, giving 2 million kids 10 condoms each is also cheap.
YOu need to make an argument to the effect that I as a taxpayer am justifiably on the hook to provide some horny kid a condom so he can fornicate.
Why doesn't he just buy one himself?
Perhaps you're a Communist; you think that we should all pay 95% of our income to the state so the state can provide us what we need. This is not justifiable in God's eyes either. This is not a biblical worldview.