Tag Archives: pro-choice

Ab wann ist ein Embryo ein Mensch?

The More Science, the More Reasonable the Pro-Life Position Technologie ist der Freund jedes Kriminalbeamten. Sei es die DNA-Analyse, Fingerabdruckuntersuchung oder ganz einfach Videos, die den Täter überführen. Und dieselbe Technologie ist auch eine entscheidende Hilfe für die Pro-Life-Bewegung, findet J. Warner Wallace. Der Kriminalbeamte und Autor weiss, welche Fortschritte …

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Stop Using the Term “Fetus”

Several years ago, I tweeted an article in LifeNews entitled “Three Terms Pro-Lifers Should Avoid That De-Humanize Unborn Babies.” The author, Kelsey Hazzard, made an excellent point about our use of words when arguing for the pro-life position. Hazzard argued that the terms, “first days/weeks/months of life”, “rapist’s child”, and …

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Do These Concerns Justify the Destruction of Fetal Humans?

Fetal humans become humans from the moment of conception (based on what we’ve learned from both science and Scripture). In addition to this, there are only four distinctions between fetal humans and humans of any other age (including toddlers). Given this foundation, it’s much easier to engage people on the typical justifications offered for the destruction of the …

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The Insignificant Differences Between Fetal Humans and Human Toddlers

If human life begins at the point of conception (as indicated by science and Scripture), are there any disqualifying differences between humans in the womb and humans outside the womb? Are fetal humans less human than toddlers? Is there status as human persons less certain? If so, why? Stephen Schwartz first identified four differences between fetal humans and …

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If You Don’t Like Abortion, Don’t Have One

A post at Stand Up For The Truth describes the efforts of “progressive Christians” to “use the Bible to promote abortion”. The article cited at the Christian Left Blog (entitled, “The Bible Tells Us When A Fetus Becomes A Living Being”) included a statement from an abortion advocate that I hear more and more …

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