"If the unborn is not a human person, no justification for abortion is necessary. However, if the unborn is a human person, no justification for abortion is adequate."
This properly sums up the debate. If the unborn is simply a blob of cells, who cares if we kill it?
That forces the question: "Is the unborn a human person?"
Well, last time I checked, traveling 6 inches down a birth canal had no transforming effect changing something from one type of entity to another. And based on what was removed in these instances (http://bit.ly/eh5tJm), it seems safe to conclude that the unborn is a human person.
Call me crazy, but the logic seems to speak for itself:
Premise: If the unborn is a human person, no justification for abortion is adequate.
Observation: The unborn appears to be a human person (based on what is removed) and based on science (http://www.sfuhl.org/)
Conclusion: There is no adequate justification for abortion.
The end. Or don't we wish.
Pray for those involved in this culture of death. Pray for life.
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