I keep seeing an entirely correct, though incomplete thought. To be complete it needs to be: “Not your body, not your choice. — every human from the moment of conception.” Yes, women's right are human rights, and human rights begin at conception.
Amazing how obvious the truth is yet how feminists avoid it by only giving a partial truth. That's happened before, in the garden: “You won't die (right away).”
A newly discovered, very old, galaxy reveals new aspects of early creation, including the role that tumultious interactions with other galaxies may have in helping them form. Sounds a lot like strife in life. How we respond to strife helps us have definition and clarity of purpose. Do we respond with humble obedience to Jesus our Christ, or with rebelion that magnifies strife to others?
All of the UDGs that have been studied in detail so far were within galaxy clusters: dense regions of violent interaction where the galaxies’ characteristics at birth have been scrambled up by a difficult adolescence.
— Lead author Ignacio Martín-Navarro, a postdoctoral scholar at UCO