When a woman gets pregnant, she has two options: she can either keep her baby or abort it. If she chooses to keep her baby,

Abortion is morally wrong

Abortion is the killing of an unborn baby (fetus). An abortionist uses a sharp instrument to kill the baby by puncturing its skull. The baby’s blood oozes out of its tiny body onto the floor of the clinic, and the mother’s body expels it in a shower of blood and tissue.

The Bible states that all life is precious, from conception to death (Psalm 127:3; Psalm 139:13-16). We are told that we were knit together in our mother’s womb (Psalm 139:13-16). This means that we were created at conception, not when we were born! Abortionists who murder babies are committing acts of genocide against human beings! Abortion is not just murder, it’s genocide!

The argument against Abortion

There is a lot of talk about the morality of abortion. Some people believe that it is wrong to have an abortion, and others believe that it is not wrong. This article will discuss some of the reasons why abortion may be morally wrong.

When a woman gets pregnant, she has two options: she can either keep her baby or abort it. If she chooses to keep her baby, then she is taking care of the child from birth until death. This means that she has to provide food, shelter, clothing and love for this child for several years until they reach adulthood (about 18-20 years old).

If she chooses to abort her child before birth then she can avoid all of this responsibility by getting rid of her fetus before it develops into a human being. The problem with this choice is that if you kill someone else’s life because you don’t want them around anymore then this would be considered murder in most countries around the world today unless there were extenuating circumstances such as self-defense law (which could include abortion laws).

The mother’s right to choose

The argument against abortion is that the unborn child has a right to life. This right is based on the fact that it is human and human beings have rights, and because it was conceived in a natural way. Conception, or fertilization, involves both a sperm and an egg, which are both alive and therefore have a right to life. However, just because something has a right to life does not mean it has an obligation to live. The mother does not have an obligation to continue her pregnancy for nine months, until the baby is born. Instead, she can terminate it at any time before birth if she so chooses.

The other side of the argument states that terminating pregnancy early on will take away from their reproductive rights as women, which includes having control over their own bodies when making decisions about their bodies.”

Every society has certain laws that make up its moral code.

The argument against Abortion is based on the idea that there is no such thing as a human being without a soul, and therefore there is no such thing as a person who does not yet have one. In other words, every human being has a soul from the moment of conception.

This argument is based on the belief that all life comes from God, who wants us to have free will and make our own choices. Therefore, he would never give us something that would limit our ability to make decisions for ourselves, like taking away our ability to make choices about our own bodies or lives.

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