The Themes Of Abortion Offends God

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Abortion Offends God: Over 56 million unborn children have been killed, more than the entire population of a country. Hats 155 babies per hours, about 1 every 24 second.
If I ever screw up with a girl and she wants an abortion, I will beg her to not kill the baby, and that she can give the baby to me.
1. Abortion is never a mere personal choice but a grave offense against God, this is because bible or any other religion holy book teaching on abortion is clear and unequivocal. Abortion is Murder.
2. Life starts at the moments of conception and abortion takes innocent lives. Conception till death. Nothing is added except nutrition and oxygen. A new human life is sin existence, ending this life is not ending “potential” that reveals the humanity
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When people are deprived of their basic right in a discriminatory fashion. This is discriminatory, inhuman, and cruel.
5. A child does not deserve to die because her mother and or her father were irresponsible. An unborn child is always innocent and should never be punished.
6. Abortion must be legal. These men don 't even understand what the woman goes through in pregnancy
7. There should be abortion because what if people don 't want to have the child? The child would end up in a foster home, using tax dollars, and once they are too old to be in the home, they are homeless and we have a lot of homeless people already.
8. Abortion should be legal and also entirely the woman 's choice.
9. Abortion should be an option, there is no argument for it, if you think there is, then you are ignorant, we deserve to have the right to choose what happens to our own unborn child, it’s too far to say. ban abortions, that’s like saying "it’s your body, but as the government, we control what does and doesn’t come out of it"
10. "They didn 't use birth control pills at all" "they didn 't know about wrapping it up" he could have easily used a condom. Don’t blame it on the girl for getting pregnant. it takes two to have
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And this is true of abortion. A real, living, irreplaceable child has been killed, and the parents and siblings are damaged. Abortion damages relationships. Many women who abortion just to convince their guys to stay with them find that they are left alone anyway. Abortion is never the answer to a successful and loving relationship. Abortion is the deliberate killing of the weakest and most defenseless among us. Unfortunately, for the last few decades, the practice has been recognized as a fundamental human right by the highest court of the land. Many people are fervent supporters of abortion. Their reasons for support are varied. However, I believe that support for abortion is not possible for those who understand our dignity as human persons under God. We were made by God, and it is from Him that we derive our worth. Your argument was sound and I agreed until you stated about those scenarios, all of those but one could be solved with adoption and the only one that couldn 't would be the baby going to kill the mother. Typically (at least to my knowledge) a women would find that information out either before she has the baby; so this would be her and her partner’s responsibility to not get pregnant. Or she would find out when the baby is about to be due at which case it would be way too late for abortion. At least legally/morally. The most obvious reason why I think that abortion is immoral because intentional

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