So you're faced with the choice to accept a blood transfusion and live to care for your new born baby, or refuse it on theological grounds and die.
What's the morally compelling choice? To accept the treatment, despite your belief that it's a sin, so that you can raise your children and give them the love they need. Or, refuse the treatment and die, leaving your children bemused and motherless.
Emma Gough chose to die last week, after giving birth to twins, because the bible told her it was the right thing to do.
Honestly, my heart aches for those poor, wretched children.