To Save a Life

1399 Words Dec 6th, 2010 6 Pages
September 30, 2010

To Save a Life

Life is precious. It is an amazing phenomenon that has made this planet one-of-a-kind in the entire galaxy (at least so far as our knowledge goes at present). Abortion is strongly criticized by those with strong religious beliefs as they believe that life is a blessing from God. Any attempt to destroy or modify a life is seen as meddling with the powers of the Almighty. As an advocate of pro-life, such arguments are strengthened by stating that a life begins at conception, which I also believe to be true. Hence abortion is tantamount to homicide. All Pro-life advocates also believe that given forth the argument that the widespread acceptance
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Life and death are closely related, and so are the arguments to it. One of the fundamental and basic arguments supporting anti-abortion is the argument put forth against capital punishment. What rights do we as humans have to curtail the life of something that God has created? In the book of Matthew 5:21, according to the law of Jesus and of Moses, it says, "You have heard it said to the people long ago, do not murder, and anyone who murders will be subject to judgment." As it is also one of the ten commandments set forth for those who believe in Jesus Christ, to follow. While it cannot be said whether an abortion is an unforgivable event, at least not amongst the modern generation or even the atheists, who consider life forming as a simple scientific process, it is of course an unforgetable event. For the woman who has lost her child by choice or possibly not, she will never be the same. Anesthesia is available only for the physical structure of the human body, but not for the emotional and mental state. Abortion also emanates into various medical complications in the woman which should also be considered. Among the many complications, here are just a few of the general, nonetheless, important one's that arise in woman due to abortions, blocked fallopian tubes; weakened cervix; uterine scarring; damage to the women's reproductive system, which may

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