Abortion do we really know what it means? Is it really "Good'? Abortion, the expulsion of a fetus from the uterus from the before it has reached the stage of viability. An Abortion may occur spontaneously in which case it is called miscarriage or it may be brought on purpose, it is usually called an induced abortion. An induced abortion has been a topic of dispute for hundreds of years one question is whether the law, and the people permit it? If so which circumstances, if any, should be allowed. The other is whether the law should protect the unborn. Those who wish to legally forbid abortion describe themselves as "pro-life'. Those who those who oppose refer to call themselves "pro-choice'.
Pro life is a belief that an abortion is the unjustified killing of an innocent, unborn child. They believe that human life begins as soon as the sperm fertilizes the egg. In addition to that, Pro-life believes that legalization of abortion increases the number of irresponsible pregnancies, and leads to disrespect for human life. On the other hand, there is Pro-choice, they totally disagree with Pro-life. They believe that the woman should have an unrestricted right to an abortion, especially before the fetus gets viable. They often separate human life from personhood.
They believe the fetus is not a person and should not be granted the rights given to you and me. Finally pro-choice argues that women should not have to give birth to unwanted children, because the world's population is growing to quickly, and natural resources are getting scarce. If we take a moment we could think, compare and contrast the two. What would we find? Most likely this: there is a lot of un justifying statements in both of them, although science acknowledges the fetus as being a human being even though it is in the womb of the mother. On the other hand it can't defend itself, but that still doesn't mean it is not human.
All children are gifts from God, there is no such phrase as unwanted children. With your help we can stop these "killing's', just think about it what if you were that child.