Abortion : Abortion And The Destruction Of An Innocent Human Life

2066 Words Nov 29th, 2016 9 Pages
There have been an increasing number of abortion cases throughout the world. For the last generation, there has been no issue that caused a bigger controversy than abortion has. Churches, courts, and political conventions are all involved. There are both theological and philosophical reason for rejecting abortions and the destruction of an innocent human life (Langan). The question of whether or not abortion should be illegal came up in the third presidential debate when Hillary Clinton supported Roe v. Wade and said “Roe v. Wade very clearly sets our that there can be regulations on abortion so long as the life and the health of the mother are taken into account” (Carmon). The question also came up when Justice Antonin Scalia passed away. People were worried that he would be replaced by a more liberal judge. Scalia once said “The death penalty? Give me a break. It’s easy. Abortion? Absolutely easy. Nobody ever thought the Constitution prevented restrictions on abortion” (Bilger). He was a pro-life hero and many people now see his death as an opportunity to keep legal abortions. (Wolf) Clearly, the argument over whether or not abortion should be illegal worldwide continues to be debated. In this paper, I’d like to argue that abortion should be illegal worldwide. In particular, because I am a Human Performance major who cares about the human body and may one day face the task of treating/training a woman with the procedure. I will review the medical measures that a trainer…

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