Many people use the argument that abortion should not be legal because only God should decide who lives and who dies but what about on the other end of the spectrum? What if God doesn't want someone to have a baby but the person decides to medically intervene and use fertility treatments? And if someone chooses to pursue fertility treatments, how can they then be against embryonic research because there wouldn't be procedures such as IVF without embryonic research. If you are pro-life and believe it is a moral "God's will" issues, how can you then turn around and support medical intervention for fertility issues? If only God should decide who lives and who dies how far does the argument go? ** I am NOT saying God doesn't approve of fertility treatments or that it is against God's will to pursue fertility treatments this is just for the sake of discussion **Answer Question
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Answer by psugal at 1:48 PM on Jun. 19, 2009
Interesting question! But I am not against abortion for religious reasons, I am not religious. I am against it because in my eyes it is murder. I think IVF is a wonderful procedure, because it creates life.
However, even though I am personally against abortion, I won't look down a woman for having one because in this day abortion is desensitized by some companies, and therefore don't know what they are really doing.
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