Awakening the “moral sense” of the public in the abortion debate

An Excellent Article Concerning Educating The Public About The Truth of Human Life and Abortion

WINTERY KNIGHT

Young pro-life women protest Planned Parenthood Young pro-life women protest Planned Parenthood

Scott Klusendorf linked to this article from the Public Discourse. The article talks about the need to augment logical arguments in other ways in order to awaken the moral sense of the public so that they will support the pro-life cause and vote to repeal pro-abortion laws.

Excerpt:

In a manner similar to the case of slavery as outlined by Douglass, there are two simple points that, once admitted, join to condemn clearly the practice of abortion: (1) the embryo is a human being from the moment of conception, and (2) all human beings have a natural right to life.

The second point, as in the case of the natural right to liberty, doesn’t require serious argument on the level of ordinary judgment, even though many pro-choice philosophers have tried to argue that only persons have a right to life, and the unborn, in…

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If you could rescue EITHER embryos OR a 5-year-old, what would you do?

Just look at how amazing the baby is at this young age of gestation!

WINTERY KNIGHT

I'm Scheming Unborn Baby, and I approve this study I’m Scheming Unborn Baby, and I approve this message

I overheard Ben Shapiro talking about some pro-abortion tweet that went viral on Twitter. Basically, the snarky pro-abortion person tried to make the case that unborn children don’t deserve legal protections because people have a moral intuition to save a 5-year-old instead of an embryo, if they can only choose one. The best response to this dilemma comes from Robert George, professor at Princeton University and Christopher Tollefsen.

Their article was posted at The Public Discourse.

Excerpt:

We agree that considering the case as described by Sandel, most people in Jones’s circumstances would choose to rescue the girl. However, this by no means shows that human embryos are not human beings or that they may be deliberately killed to produce stem cells, or in an abortion.

The first thing to notice is that the case as described is not, in…

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We Are Civilized?

We call ourselves civilized and we debate whether or not we should kill and dismember human beings, growing in the womb, because they may or may not feel pain.  We accept the lies, that are fed to us, that they are only “groups of cells” and “blobs of fllesh”, when in reality they are miniature human bodies with all the organs and body parts that we, ourselves, have. We ignore the obvious facts, taking the word of self proclaimed experts, allowing embryos and fetuses to be poisoned and put to death and, then, cut into pieces and removed from the womb without even knowing what they, really, look like. We rationalize that because it is the law of the land to kill these tiny human beings that it is ok to do so, and that we should continue to permit this. And, now, we are buying into the lie that these beings are not even human. Thank God there are some people who, actually, acknowledge the truth and are working to try to save life in the womb. If more people would learn the facts, they would wake up and petition the Senate to vote for the Late-Term Abortion Ban. And, if people would take the time to watch videos of humans in the womb, and the procedure of killing them and dismembering them, people would be educated enough to realize what they are, actually, agreeing to when the approve of abortion.

stages of baby abortion

 

See these videos to learn the process of life during pregnancy:

 

The Secret Life in The Womb

The Second Trimester

The Third Trimester

 

 

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