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
“Life as a Gift from God”. United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. http://www.usccb.org/issues-and-action/marriage-and-family/natural-family-planning/catholic-teaching/upload/Life-as-a-gift-from-God.pdf (accessed December 9, 2011)  O'Brien, Nancy Frazier. "Stem-cell Research and the Catholic Church." American Catholic: Franciscan Media: Catholic News Magazine Books Videos.
What is more important is that we are giving a woman the choice of whether or not she will have an abortion. No human being; how smart, powerful, or important they may be; has the right to change what may happen to another human’s body unless that change is made by a doctor in an extreme medical condition, where that doctor has the consent of the patient, or relative of the patient, to help that person. When a woman makes the decision to have an abortion the decision is not taken lightly. That is the concern of many pro-life supporters. They are concerned that women are becoming pregnant and simply saying, “O well, I’ll just have another abortion.” That is not the case.
If a woman chooses not to seek medical attention for her unborn child, is that not the same as a mother not seeking medical attention for her baby’s aliment? In fact I believe it is and we as a society consider that negligence. So we must decide that a fetus is not a part of the mother’s body but a person, and that her right to freedom of choice must be weighed against the fetus’s right to be born in a healthy state. Against: Are we as a society ready to demand more of an expectant mother than anyone else? If we are sincerely committed to equality then the answer must be no.
There are many viewpoints on the topic, pro-life and pro-choice, and sometimes people will disagree with others in their own category. Judith Jarvis Thomson assumes, in her essay A Defense of Abortion, that a fetus is a human being from the moment of conception. She does not state she believes this, but uses it as a premise for her argument on why and when abortion should be permitted. She uses analogies to illustrate why, in times of rape and failed contraception, abortion should be allowed. Mary Anne Warren, in her essay On the Moral and Legal Status of Abortion, talks about one of Thomson’s analogies and refutes it.
“Health care reform law begins to have effect on nursing”. www.rwf.org. Retrieved from http://www.rwjf.org/content/rwjf/en/about-rwjf/newsroom/newsroom-content/2011/03/health-care-reform-law-begins-to-have-effect-on-nursing.html Harper Collins Publishers website
I believe that a woman should make her own decision when it comes to making a decision about having an abortion. I personally do not believe in abortion. I feel that it is the person right to decide what decisions they choose to make during their lives. I know that unwanted pregnancies do happen, and people have to decide what is best for them. I will follow the NASW Code of Ethics guideline in my practice of social work.