Being a life long Catholic, I have never had a problem agreeing with, supporting or defending the right of the unborn person to become a “born” person. This, naturally, stems from my religious upbringing, which has played no small part in shaping my sense of “what makes sense”. When debating the “right and wrong” of abortion with someone who shares a basic belief in Christian principles, even though they may support abortion, it’s not too difficult to get them to see that a change in direction might be worth looking into.
However, there have been times when I have been engaged in discussion with someone who does not share my Christian faith. At times like these, I have found that most spiritually based points don’t make much of a dent in my opponent’s point of view at all.
Perhaps I am the only pro-life guy out here who has noticed this, but I think not.
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