Quoting Stu Padasso:" Yeah he's such a hypocrite, He used to be this big playboy and he's paid for many many abortions for ... [snip!] ... like he feels since he repented he can rightly judge everyone else. I don't get it. I just wish he wasn't so set in his ways. "
He should repent for treating you so smurffy about something very personal for you.
I know it hurts, but I wouldn't let it bother you too much. I have always had a tendency to feel sick to my stomach when my grandparents were upset with me, even if I had good reason for my actions, and I have just recently been able to overcome that a little with the help of my husband.
It's hard to break free of our parents' scrutiny, even as adults.
The hardest thing to come to grips with with someone that is so wrapped up in themselves is that you will probably never see them change into who you want them to be. I've learned that the hard way, more than once or twice.
Let your dad think what he wants about you, because you'll probably not change his mind anyway. But you can focus on yourself, and that precious boy of yours, and work on not letting your father's issues effect you.