Controversial Issue Of Abortion Essay

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Abortion has recently become one of the most controversial issues in the world. There are many reasons to give birth to the world. Still, with all of the blessings and joy birth brings, many people continue to see it as a way of punishment. There are two well- known court cases that deal with the issue of abortion: Roe v Wade in 1973 and Planned Parenthood v. Casey in 1992. According to the Concerned Women for America (CWA), easy access to abortion kills innocent life (Williams, par.2). There are many other reasons that follow this. From the biblical aspect, the Holy Bible condemns “baby murder” as a capital crime (Bernay. par.3). Abortions can also sterilize a woman, which can potentially avert her from being able to give birth later on down the line…show more content…
Pro-abortionists began attacking crisis pregnancy centers in 1999 (Williams, par.32). While many women still chose to continue to go through with abortions, very few are warned about the potentially devastating long- term effects. In many cases, abortion has been known to destroy marriages. Many women have become sterilized. When the time came for them to actually want to give birth, if they had gone through an abortion in the past, it could have damaged their reproductive organs. Many women run the risk of dieing while giving birth because of previous abortions. There is no reason why any woman or couple should have to experience this. Although our court systems have tried to the best of their ability to deal with this issue of life and death, in the end, we all have come to the conclusion that the final decision of life or death of an unborn child rests in the mother’s hands. Despite the fact that we as humans claim to be followers of God, we continue to allow this to happen. Abortion takes innocent life. The next life that’s taken may be the one to save millions of lives. We all need to learn to take

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