One reason why abortion is legal today is because of the uncertainty of where human life begins. We strongly believe that abortion should be illegal because we a certain that human life begins at conception. Conception is when the egg is fertilized by the sperm, bringing into existence the zygote, which is a genetically distinct individual.
Dr. Keith L. Moore's The developing human: Clinically Oriented Embryology, 2nd ed. Pg 1. embryology, referring to the single-cell zygote, says, .
"The cell results from fertilization of an oocyte by a sperm and is the beginning of a human being." He also states, "Each of us started life as a cell called a zygote.".
Doctors E.L. Potter and J.M. Craig write in Pathology of the Fetus and the Infant, 3rd ed. Roman numerals vii . "Every time a sperm cell and ovum unite.
a new being is created which is alive and will continue to live unless its death is brought about by some specific condition." I think these facts adequately shows that a new living human starts at conception.
Some methods of abortion are very sick and twisted and I thought I would bring some of then to your attention: One way is The doctor takes forceps and grabs hold of the baby's legs by looking at a ultrasound the pull the baby out of the mother until .
Nothing but the head is still inside they then take blunt scissors and jam them into the neck and towards the scull once inside they open the scissors and make.
the opening bigger they then pull the scissors out and place a turkey baster looking object into the hole and suck out the brains until the baby dies and the scull collapses. Then they pull the rest of it out and thought it away. Another way is to stick forceps into the woman an clamp onto part of the baby Legs arms head and twist it off into pieces then pull them out one by.
one and place them on a table piece it back together to see if they have all the parts then there done. But if they caught the pregnancy in time they just stick a vacuum inside the woman and just suck the living human right out of her.