(List of links)< Debate: Abortion
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- Argument: If a fetus had a right to life, abortionists would be subject to murder charges
- Argument: Fewer women would have abortions if they knew what they were doing
- Argument: Unborn life should never depend on whether it is "wanted"
- Argument: Abortion allows women to have sex without fear of pregnancy
- Argument: The scale of abortions makes state intervention compelling
- Argument: Uncertainty over whether fetuses are "life" should halt abortions
- Argument: Abortion generally devalues the dignity we assign to life
- Argument: Fetuses are conscious in the womb and suffer during abortions
- Argument: Abortions encourage infanticide
- Argument: Abortion has a tenuous history of support in the USA
- Argument: Abortion is the woman's choice, not the father's
- Argument: God exists in the unborn as in the born
- Argument: Abortion advocates wrongly value "quality of life" over "sanctity of life"
- Argument: Christian leaders throughout history have been opposed to abortion
- Argument: The right to abort does not depend on its explicit constitutional provision
- Argument: The US Constitution does not explicitly confer a right to abortion
- Argument: Wanted fetuses are "babies"; unwanted ones are "tissue" (inconsistent)
- Argument: Child-rearing is a beautiful, natural process, not a burden
- Argument: Abortions under "trying circumstances" are exception not rule
- Argument: Abortion is murder just as infanticide is murder