Author Thread: Philosophy of Pro Life
seekeruvtruth

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Philosophy of Pro Life
Posted : 10 Aug, 2019 12:52 AM

It has been established the Pre born can feel pain. There is a two week variable of inaccuracy for the age of the developing baby in the womb. The way they inflict the anesthesia is also painful. Even the process to determine at what age the pre born can feel pain is unethical. Considering a preborn child expendable property before birth does not communicate an attitude of equal rights, compassion love or acceptance. I both want my children and respect their rights as fellow human beings in progress. It is best to recognize the value of each and every individual from their very beginning since we all began the same vulnerable way. A woman who suffers an abortion never acts on an informed decision, because she doesn't know who she has lost. An uninformed decision is not pro choice. A heavily sedated woman is not free to change her mind as she would if she consciously saw what was being done to her developing baby. Taking someone's lifetime of choices also is not a pro choice or equal rights movement. Life is a gift to be cherished, honored, and given freely; never to be stolen. Children deserve to live at all stages of development even prior to birth.

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TravisjustTravis

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Posted : 1 Sep, 2019 04:53 PM

I am not a lawyer, but from what I understand there are two big classifications in the legal system. One is personal law and the second is property law.



In the 1800's some people were convinced that slaves were not people therefore personal law should not apply to them. Well the same argument is being used today, some people are claiming that the unborn are not people and therefore personal law does not apply to unborn children/infants.

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drew1986

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Posted : 7 Sep, 2019 03:11 PM

@TravisjustTravis

Good point. The same thing happened in Germany from 1933 to 1938 where laws were past for the specific purpose of dehumanizing Jews. We all know how that ended.

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