Studies have shown that half of all pregnancies worldwide end in miscarriage. That means that miscarriage is not an anomaly. It is not unusual. In fact, miscarriage is the most common result of pregnancy.
In 2018, the year of the most recent such study I could find, there were 140.2 million births worldwide. Another 42 million pregnancies ended in abortion. That’s a total of 182.2 million pregnancies that were either brought to term or intentionally ended.
And it means that another 180 million pregnancies ended in miscarriage.
In America, the ratio is slightly less, with about 40% of conceptions ending in miscarriage. In 2018, there were about 3.8 million babies born in America. Another 619,000 pregnancies ended in abortion. That’s almost 4.5 million pregnancies that were either brought to term or intentionally ended.
And it means that another 3.7 million pregnancies ended in miscarriage.
If you are among the many millions of people in America who believe in an activist god, there is no way to see miscarriage other than as a divine abortion. A miscarriage is the very definition of an act of god.
So, not only does god not care when people get abortions (as discussed elsewhere), but god is – far and away – the most prolific abortionist in the world.
In a world where god aborts more than the total population of America every two years, and in an America where god aborts six times as many pregnancies as people do – ending more than 80% as many pregnancies as are brought to term – there is no argument at all to be made that god is anti-abortion.
God is vehemently, aggressively, and incredibly actively pro-abortion.