Saturday, March 27, 2010


One of the primary excuses Planned Parenthood uses in justifying abortion is, "Don't worry kid, it's not a baby." Or in essence, "It isn't ALIVE."
(Anonymous)"It is NOT a little baby. Babies are born outside the womb."

The answers below are usually favored by pro abortionists.
Answer: Actually, it is only classed as alive once it is independent of its mother. However, it is considered 'viable' (can live if born after this time) after 24 weeks gestation (six months).
Answer: The fetal period begins at the end of the 10th week of gestation (8th week of development) so clearly a fetus can not be alive prior to that. Apart from that, medically the first answer is correct.

The point is that these people have defined life in the way they think the most favorable to them. The woman up top claims that life of a baby is outside the womb. Others think that life is not prior to a 24 week gestation period, or perhaps after that.

I’m reading a book by Randy Alcorn entitled, “Why Pro-Life?” and how he described an ethics professor by the name of Peter Singer. Singer wrote, “The life of a fetus is of no greater value than the life of a nonhuman animal at a similar level of rationality, self-consciousness, awareness, capacity to feel, etc.”

Isn’t it obvious? The reason that a lot of people put numbers and dates on WHEN and HOW ALIVE a fetus is, is because that’s when they believe the baby is intelligent enough to be human. Rationality, self-consciousness, etc. are all signs of intelligence, nothing more. That video I have posted on the PP section is a perfect example. “It’s not a baby,” is repeated several times so the listener gets the full impact of what is being suggested.

So when is something alive? Does it have to grow, develop, and mature in intelligence? A fetus does that. What is intelligence? From what I understand it’s mainly the DNA structures inside a cell nucleus that define who that fetus (or rather baby) is going to grow up as. A fetus has that information stored immediately after fertilization of the egg. So is something alive based on how much it uses that information (intelligence)? Most would consider that a faulty argument because adults are smarter than children. Does that make them more human? Children are smarter than fetuses, does that make them more human?

What does Peter Singer's work actually do? Make up when things are alive so that patients aren’t ashamed of what they’ve done. Here’s a tip. The reason that people have different opinions on when a fetus is alive is because THEY DON’T KNOW! Here’s another tip. Planned Parenthood is a business, not a charity club. If they don’t know the definition of life other than what they want it to be, they will certainly not admit the truth. Like I’ve said earlier, this is a huge money making machine.

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