They have several other reasons why they do not support abortions. They look at abortion as a way of trying to “play God” and feel that it is a dangerous procedure. They see if there are other options such as adoption. Many pro-life advocates feel like ‘you choose to have sex, and now you must face the consequences of your actions.’ They look at abortions from a biblical standpoint. The aspect of “playing God” has surfaced in recent years.
It gives you the many examples of why abortion would seem as a benificial choice. While showing some flaws in believing in some texts from the bible without studying it first. One example it brings up is how it would not be considered murder of a child, if the child was still not fully developed, is accidentally aborted without killing the mother in the process (as stated is some bible pretexts). It also brings up is the inequality between men and women; and the tolerance between the women who choose to abolish
They believed that abortions were okay even though they knew they were being put in situations in which there was a possibility of them having multiple fetuses. The way the parents in the stories dealt with their conflict were by the style of problem solving. The parents felt by eliminating the baby, they would be eliminating any future problems. The topic of abortions is very controversial, some people believe they are acceptable while others think it is purely evil and wrong. I am on the fence about abortions.
Christianity is faced with abortion because God doesn't make mistakes, but humans do. Other religions face the challenges of wanting to step out of their culture and seek the lord. Christians are also faced with many questions on how we know if God is real or not. Lastly, Christians would say that Christianity is not a religion, but a relationship and every non believer/belief believe that it is a religion. This movie takes the viewers through many challenges that young Christians face in society.
Embryonic stem cell research is one of the most controversial issues in the United States today. The government and country’s Catholics have had several disputes about if the research should be allowed to take place. The government is looking at the possible outcome of the research. While Catholics believe that embryonic stem cell research is wrong and the embryos should have the same rights as any other living well being. Though a catholic would disagree: in my opinion embryonic stem cell research should be carried out based on the fact it could possibly lead to to treatmemt of serious diseases.
All humans, even those in the embryonic stage, are created by God and deserve our protection and respect. Also, it is not even verified that these cells can live up to the expectations of scientists, and in addition to committing murder for what is based on pure speculation, there are health risks involved in transplanting stem cells, since the cells have the possibility of passing viruses and even turning cancerous. Furthermore, scientists are cloning embryos in order to overcome tissue rejection during cell transplants and this will inevitably lead to human cloning (Stem Cells). Therefore, embryonic stem cell research should not be legalized and continued since it is morally wrong, dangerous, and may even lead to
In the online article “Misperceptions About Unplanned Pregnancy,” the difficulty of obtaining birth control is addressed. It is noted that cost and other obstacles make contraceptives seemingly unobtainable, leading to many adolescent unplanned pregnancies. Also, in terms of accessibility, it is imperative to give women access to safe abortion-performing clinics as to limit the unsafe quest for illegal abortions. With modern surgical technology improving day after day, there should be no reason for a woman to be led, seemingly forcibly, to seek out illegitimate surgical options. Lastly, regarding the pro-choice agenda, simply put, abortion noticeably lowers crime rates.
Moral Status of a Fetus During previous years questions have been raced about abortion. There have been views from individuals in certain religious groups that feel like a child is a gift from god and should not be killed do to the lack of responsibility of the parent. Some people have even said that there is nothing wrong with abortion and are prochoice. There have even been debates on whether or not there should be laws prohibiting abortion. The real question that has crossed many minds is whether or not all arguments about abortion come down to what the moral status of the fetus is.
Even though the pregnancy is terminated the process of abortion is still distress for the women to experience. Abortion is not something that should not be taken lightly and should never be the solution for being irresponsible and reckless. Even though women have the right to choose, they still seek medical advice to know the side effect of terminating a pregnancy. Women that have abortions are at a higher risk for reproductive tract infections which include HIV/AIDS and PID. It is a never ending battle between Pro-life activist and Pro-choice activist and they both have great points of view.
It is easy to see why this is a hotly debated subject because death is not to be taken lightly. Opponents worry about the ethical and moral implications. They consider P.A.S. to be immoral and violating God’s will. Catholics believe that life is the most basic gift God has given to us and in return we are to take care of our own health; but in our lives, “we are not morally obligated to use all available medical procedures in every set of circumstances.” (ProCon.org).