Persuasive Essay On Legalization Of Abortion

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Abortion has become one of the most controversial topics over the last few years, but it has been like this for decades. Abortion, which is the termination of life in the womb, became legal in 1973 when the Supreme Court case, Roe versus Wade, split the nation in half. The topic of abortion has received a lot of attention in recent news due to the new Trump administration. This administration has brought more conservative views and claims that they will overturn and make it harder for a woman to have an abortion. Most religions take the stance of pro-life but some are pro-choice. Seven religions, including Roman Catholic Church, Hinduism, and Lutheranism, all directly oppose abortion. Five other religions, including the United Church of Christ and Presbyterian USA, do not directly oppose abortion. Six nations, the Holy See, Malta, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Nicaragua, and Chile, have outlawed abortion. Thirteen nations have laws so strict that it is almost impossible to get a legal abortion, and …show more content…

(O’Neil, Abortion and Human Rights) This is only counting the legal abortions because there are some people who have done it through various, harmful ways before and after it was legal. The number of infants murdered is more than Adolf Hitler killed during his horrendous reign. There is no nation on earth or any government that would allow the mass murder of all of these innocent lives if they were to align with the Christian tradition. In Isiah chapter 49 verse 15, Jesus states, “Can a mother forget the baby at her breast and have no compassion on the child she has borne? Though she may forget, I will not forget you!” In this verse, He is saying that even if a mother aborts the fetus, God will never forget about them. Even if the United Church of Christ is not pro-abortion but rather pro-choice, they are still allowing this mass killing of fetuses who do not have a

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