Essay Pros and Cons of Abortion

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Pros and Cons of Abortion

Should a list of pros and cons of abortion really be necessary for Christians...or human beings for that matter? I mean, have we really reached a point where we cannot tell that abortion is murderous no matter how you color it or try to paint it as compassionate? Apparently so.

Thirty plus years after the infamous Supreme Court decision in Roe versus Wade and thirty one years after my own timely birth, I sit in awe at the ignorance of a great portion of society...their lack of understanding, their selfishness, and their brazen support of such a horrendous practice as abortion. I guess I should not be surprised that the unregenerate world can support abortion, but what shocks me most is that professing
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"*Legal abortion protects women's health. For tens of thousands of women with heart disease, kidney disease, severe hypertension, sickle-cell anemia and severe diabetes, and other illnesses that can be life-threatening, the availability of legal abortion has helped avert serious medical complications that could have resulted from childbirth. Before legal abortion, such women's choices were limited to dangerous illegal abortion or dangerous childbirth."

***My Assessment: O.K., I think it is fitting at the moment to emphasize that in a "successful" abortion, it is always a fatal procedure for the child. Also, much credible research indicates that the victims (children) do feel the excruciating pain of it all! To justify abortion as a "medical" procedure that saves (or potentially saves) one life by detroying the other is remeniscent of the gas chambers and concentration camps scatterwed across Europe durring WWII (after all they were just removing the callous of "non-humans" from our planet for us, right? Wrong again!). Iguess since we think we need a list of pros and cons of abortion, we should have been around to give Hitler and his cronies a list of pros and cons of genocide! This arguement is also rebutted by many scientific studies that the mainstream media and pro

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