Argumentative Essay On Abortion

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Register to read the introduction… Research shows that America has the highest rate of teenage pregnancies partly because of the environment they grow up in. If there was pressure taken off children the numbers of teen pregnancies would drop along with the number of abortions. I now want to talk about the reasons for abortion. The main reasons for abortion are rape, teenage pregnancy, prostitution and disability diagnosis Apart from rape I believe these are all very bad excuses to make abortion legal. Although pregnancy from rape doesn?t happen very often, it does happen. Rape is a terrible ordeal for a woman to go through and if abortion has to be legal this is the only reason for it. If a woman does get pregnant from a case like rape and a child is born then this child may remind the mother of her attacker, on the other hand though the mother could raise this child to be an upstanding member of society and not a rapist like his/her father.

I now want to look at why disability diagnosis is an inhumane reason for abortion. Disability diagnosis is the termination of an unborn child because the doctors say that when the baby is born it will
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is nothing but a barbaric witch hunt.

As for reasons like prostitution, teenage pregnancy or the baby cannot be supported, these are all brought on by lack of responsibility and immaturity and in the words of Mother Teresa ?We should combat abortion with adoption?. I think all women who are thinking of getting an abortion should read these words and while reading them think of the life the child could have with the mother or with foster parents.
I believe adoption is the best way to combat abortion.

Reasons why abortion was made legal in the abortion act of 1967 were that people argued that an unborn baby or foetus, is not a real human and that the child is just a group of random cells. I believe that this is not true and that that this ?foetus? is a human being. It states in Jeremiah 1:5 ?Before you were formed in the body of your mother, I had knowledge of you, and before birth I made you holy, I have given you the work of being a prophet to the nations.? This passage clearly states that an unborn child is a human. It was also argued in 1967 that if abortion was not made legal then abortion would be carried out dangerously in back alley clinics as they were

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