Protection for the Unborn
How can you protect something that fails to exist? How can you Decide something that is decided by the almighty god? How can you force a human being to do so with their body you wouldn’t do with your own. Those questions are a mix of religion and beliefs and human rights, on the topic of abortion. Is it wrong to have an abortion ,when is it ok and when can their be exceptions.
Abortion is one of the biggest isues in america today because of its stand in Politics .religion and human rights. Although most reported opinions are pro-life and pro-choice some people are not in aggreince with that choice on the matter. There many veiws on abortion but the two that stick out the most are completes opposites. The view that women who get abortions ae murderes and the view that the women are in turn saving the child from a life full of negativity and dissapointments. Within Polotics ,For 35 years, a majority of Americans have wanted abortion to be, essentially, legal with limits. In the mid-'90s, when pro-choice forces were especially dominant, only 12% believed abortion was always wrong; now that number has nearly doubled. At each extreme, slightly more people now believe abortion should be illegal under all circumstances (23%) than legal under all circumstances (22%). The solution to the President is all that remains to the politicians “reduce the number of abortions by reducing unintended pregnancies”.
However Citezens that have a religion based backround have a completely different view. Judeo-Christian tradition going back thousands of years has always valued human life, including unborn human life, The Catholic Church opposes abortion because it believes that life is sacred and inviolable, the Orthodox Churches forbid abortion as going against the commandment 'Thou shalt not kill', Protestant and Evangelical Christians are against abortion, Islam teaches that life begins at conception and is created...
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