Ok, this is based on women who can not conceive naturally. They use scientists and IVF to conceive their children. However when they find out they are carrying a litter of children, rather than selectively reducing the amount of children, they opt to "Let God's plan play out". This puts the remaining babies health and survival in jeapardy.
Does it appear hypocritical to say you're going to let God do His thing in one part but alter God's plan in another by using Science to get what you want? If you're going to let God have the upper hand in how the babies fair, wouldn't you have to assume that God didn't have you conceiving children in the first place as His plan??
This is not pointed at one specific person, or situation, just a thought I had. What are your thoughts?
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