Thomas L. Friedman's Argument Against Abortion

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A mother's choice to kill, is not part of the Good Lord's Will. Abortion should never be your first option when you get pregnant. Abortion should be illegal because it is a gift from God, abortion is unsafe, and you save a life if you don’t get an abortion. God gives you a gift when putting a life in your way and you shouldn’t destroy it even if the way he did it is hurtful. Thomas L. Friedman says, “he was against abortion even in the event of rape because after much thought he “came to realize that life is that gift from God. And even when life begins in that horrible situation of rape, that it is something that God intended to happen.” This means that a baby deserves to have his life even if you think the way he came to life was wrong. Rape is the worst thing a lady can go through, but her killing a baby that was an outcome of the rape is worse that her being raped. God gave her the gift of life and she should keep it and save it. The most unsafe thing to do is to have an abortion because you have the risk of dying. A NCBI article says, “Some 68,000 women die of unsafe abortion annually, making it one of the leading causes of maternal mortality (13%). Of the women who survive unsafe…show more content…
Pro-Life vs Pro-Choice: Annihilating the Abortion Argument says, “In light of the fact that both science and Scripture corroborate the view that abortion is the painful killing of an innocent human being, it is incumbent upon Christians to do everything in their power to halt the spread of this enormous evil.” You wouldn’t like to get killed with no chance to say no or no chance to say no or to put up a fight. Killing an innocent person is wrong and you should be put in jail for doing that because your baby should have the chance to live. Even if you don’t want the baby you could keep it for the nine months and then give it to a family that can’t have kids and could give someone a good

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