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Originally posted by ACTS 2:38
reply to post by byteshertz
When ever you terminate a living being whether in the womb or alive it is murder.
They are a person even at conception, no ifs ands or buts.
But hay all the people for abortion are alive.
A beached whale has a greater chance of survival than an unborn child.
Originally posted by Serizawa
reply to post by byteshertz
Is that not copy and paste?
This argument is pointless, It will only go round in circles. We cannot prove where life starts neither can you,
Give it up dude, anyone reading this can see that you have made a fool of yourself.
it is a place to deny ignorance
critical thinking means you must critisize all idea's even your own
which was the point of my OP
How old were you when you had that abortion again? Mrs. Know it all.
You seem to be the most ignorant person posting in this thread.
Then why have you still not given in? What makes you think the law is perfect? For one it's got many loop holes in it. Even murderers, Rapists and Pedophiles walk out of court free men in some instances. Even a broken watch is right two times a day and there is some truth in what i say.
You have tried to defend abortion in any way possible, Your opinion is biased. Let us hear your other side of the story, The negative effects of abortion straight from the horses mouth.
Most opposition to abortion relies on the premise that the fetus is a human being, a person, from the moment of conception. The premise is argued for, but, as I think, not well. Take, for example, the most common argument. We are asked to notice that the development of a human being from conception through birth into childhood is continuous; then it is said that to draw a line, to choose a point in this development and say "before this point the thing is not a person, after this point it is a person" is to make an arbitrary choice, a choice for which in the nature of things no good reason can be given. It is concluded that the fetus is. or anyway that we had better say it is, a person from the moment of conception. But this conclusion does not follow. Similar things might be said about the development of an acorn into an oak trees, and it does not follow that acorns are oak trees, or that we had better say they are. Arguments of this form are sometimes called "slippery slope arguments"--the phrase is perhaps self-explanatory--and it is dismaying that opponents of abortion rely on them so heavily and uncritically.
Why would I give in when I have provided facts that support my point of view
which you soon changed to match my OP
I have only stated the facts as I see them