Moral Issues of Abortion
October 22, 2010
Moral Issues 1
Abortion is a volatile subject and one that most people feel passionate about. There are several ethical components of the abortion debate that help form ones opinion on whether or not abortion is moral. In this piece I'd like to focus on the rights of everyone involved in the decision to either terminate a pregnancy or carry to term (2006). Much emphasis is placed on a woman's right to choose', yet very little attention is given to the man and the unborn child's rights and choices. The moral issue of abortion is that it is wrong morally based on the simple fact that a life is a life (2006). When we find we are so great and mighty that it is our right to choose we are playing God. Abortion is murder and it goes against the Ten Commandments. So, it is morally wrong like it or not. Now, by the world's view of right to choose it's acceptable. The issue is best defined by if you are living your life by God's law or are you living life through man's law. Man's law is if it feels good or if it's what you want then be happy and think not of the consequences. God's law holds one accountable to a higher standard. This is the best way that I find to explain it.
Moral Issues 2
The abortion issue is widely and worldly debated (2006). Women have been suppressed throughout history for so long and even much so today. I feel that women have gotten enraged to a point that they go over board with what they assume is their rights. We have the right to be unharmed and treated fairly. But, let us not in return harm and mistreat our unborn. Ethics is the study of the choices people make regarding right and wrong (2008). To in turn do to our unborn what men have done to us accomplishes nothing. It only proves we are not arising above our circumstances yet, merely being as cowardly as some men. That hit and abuse women. I feel that for no reason you should take an...
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