cokehead wrote:Judging by the responses it is obvious I am a minority in my position. I appoligize to those who feel that this is an inappropiate topic for a coal forum.
This particular forum is named "Thoughtful and Intelligent Debates". While many may disagree with what is posted here, it is posted in the appropriate forum.
maybe its a debate worthy of the F S C
cokehead wrote:If you believe it is the point of viability outside the womb then the laws based on that persumtion make sense. I don't think I'm wise enough, I don't think anyone is wise enough to know the answer to just when an unborn child is worth protecting such as it can be done by a law. My heart says protect them all but I am one voice. One voice does not change laws. Maybe, just maybe I can change the heart of another person.
I believe life begins at conception. a an unborn child should be protected by laws. to kill a fetus is murder in my eyes.
how could anyone say a fetus inst a human life. they have finger and toes, a nose, a beating heart etc ... just because they arent outside of the womb means they arent human?? i dont buy that. why would someone be convicted of a double murder or homicide when they kill a pregnant mother. must be because the unborn child counts as a human life.
all human life is precious, whether that is in the womb or outside of the womb.