The Importance Of Human Abortion

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Register to read the introduction… Tom Head is a civil liberties expert and states that, “"pro-life" is to say that the person believes that the government has an obligation to preserve all human life, regardless of intent, viability, or quality-of-life concerns” (Head, 2013). Meaning, the women is opposed to getting rid of her pregnancy and is willing to keep the baby no matter the circumstances. Pro-Choice believes that women, (not the government) should make their own reproductive health decisions. Every person has the right to choose, it would be unfair to prohibit women to choose what they want to do with their pregnancy. It can be a mother’s decision, included to factors such as, “ingestion of alcohol, nicotine, caffeine, cocaine and other illegal drugs, as well as various prescription drugs” (Santock, 2012). Acknowledging, no matter how far along the pregnancy, it is crucial all throughout the pregnancy to include protective factors. In fact, whether science and Scripture illustrate a view that abortion is a painful killing of a human being. Genesis 2:7: “The Lord God formed man from dust of the ground and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life, and man became a living being.” A fetus has a beating heart by the fifth week after conception, and neural pathways starting to send electrical pulses. As far as the issue of abortions, an unborn child would be given equal rights; a being that can suffer …show more content…
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