Why Are You Pro-Choice?
My mother wanted to abort me but the abortion failed. My father forced me to have an abortion. Why is abortion so bad? The child goes straight to heaven and is with God, right?
I’m pro-choice, got pregnant from a rape, and kept the baby. I don’t regret having baby, but am still pro-choice.
According to the Catholic Church life begins at conception, what is the Church's position in the case of a still birth. Should a criminal investigation take place since a human has died?
Please clarify “there is no such thing as an unwanted child.” I disagree.
I am pro-choice because I think that creating a law prohibiting abortion doesn’t stop abortion, it just punishes the woman. It doesn’t solve the problem.
No matter how hard you try, talking with your friends and family about abortion too often winds up at one extreme or the other—either tempers and emotions get out of hand or to keep the peace you agree to disagree and move on to another subject. Neither approach serves the pro-life cause, says Trent Horn. In his new DVD, Making the Case for Life, he shows you how to avoid those extremes, presenting a roadmap for talking about abortion that really gets people engaged on the gravest moral question of our age.