Irrelevant: you aren't going down the road when the inn is open, only when you know it is closed. Whether you go when the entrance to the road is blocked, or you go when the door is locked, in either case, you are going when you know you can't get in.truthseeker32 said:Once again, false. An analogy: Lets say there is a very hospitable inn at the end of a road. If the road is blocked off and people are prevented from partaking of this hospitality it does not change the fact that the inn is still hospitable.ialmisry said:I blocked womb is an inhospitable womb.
Better yet, imagine it is like the partition door between two hotel rooms. Whether one locks the door from the outside, or locks it from the inside, in either case, you aren't going to get into the other room.
You don't need the staff or the greeting. Just to get in.truthseeker32 said:NFP, in this analogy, may be likened to the off season when nobody is at the inn. People may still go to the place where the inn is, but the staff is not there to greet visitors with hospitality.
two different questions with the same answer. Hence the identity of "NFP" and "artificial contraception."truthseeker32 said:Is it wrong to prevent people from partaking of the inn's hospitality? Is it wrong to visit the inn when it isn't open?