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Is Abortion Right? Or Is It Wrong?
There is a huge subject debate on the word abortion which is still going on today because it is such a controversial topic that some states are continuing to change the law, so that abortion can once again be illegal. However, throughout the world, there are about 115,000 abortions going on every day and some people are fine with it. An abortion is when a woman decides to kill her unborn child for whatever her reason(s) is/are. That is why many people consider that abortion should be legal since a woman should have the right to do whatever she wants with her body. On the other hand, abortion opponents think that killing a baby is the wrong thing to do because it is a sin to them. Abortion should be illegal even though there is no right or wrong answer for whether abortion should be legal or illegal; it just depends on peoples’ views and the cases on abortion. The first disagreement with abortion is over when life starts in the womb. Some pro-choice people (who are for abortion) think that life does not begin when a baby is conceived, but in Why Pro-Life by Randy Alcorn, according to Dr. Alfred M. Bongioanni, “…life begins at the time of conception…human life is present throughout this entire sequence from conception to adulthood…any interruption at any point throughout this time constitutes a termination of human life” (qtd. Alcorn 26). As living human beings, people are supposed to live out life to the fullest and not kill on purpose. God did not create women to become killers of this world, especially to kill their own child. In the English Standard Version Bible, R.C. Sproul states that “human beings were not created autonomous (that is, free to be a law to themselves), but theonomous - subject to the law of God” (Sproul 122). God made men and women because they are supposed to bear the image of God, and that is why the world we live in has moral laws for us to follow. For example, if society was “created [to...
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