Arguing that life does not begin at conception is embarrassingly lame

By Dave Andrusko In 2019, it’s hard to believe, but pro-abortionists still cling to the notion that either (a) life does not begin at conception, or (b) at least it’s an open question. In fact, it is open: open and shut. Which is why Richard Paulson’s commentary, “Why life doesn’t begin at conception” is embarrassing …

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Sorry pro-abortionists, science demonstrates there is no “controversy” about “when life begins”

By Paul Stark, Communications Associate, Minnesota Citizens for Life (MCCL) At the Idaho Statesman Journal’s science blog, Susie Bodman (at the time an editor at the newspaper) responds to the pro-life contention that life begins at conception: “As a biology student, I’m sorry, but the stipulation that ‘life begins at conception’ is laughable to me. However, …

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Director of Neurobiology on life beginning at conception

By Sarah Terzo Dr. Sean O’Reilly, Director of the Neurobiology Research Training Program at George Washington University: “[T]here is nothing in the entire phenomenon of the transmission of life that deserves more to be called an event, scientifically speaking, that does fertilization. It is the natural and scientific boundary at which a new and genetically …

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Sorry pro-abortionists there is no “controversy” about when life begins

Editor’s note. Written by Paul Stark, this appeared on the blog of Minnesota Citizens for Life (MCCL), National Right to Life’s state affiliate. While this ran a while back, it rebuts an error that refuses to go away: the insistence that there is a “debate” about when human life begins. At the Idaho Statesman Journal’s …

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23% of pro-choicers believe life begins at conception

By Sarah Terzo According to one study: “14% of pro-choice advocates say life begins when the fetus has measurable brain activity or motion. Even among pro-choice advocates, 23% believe life begins at fertilization. 38% of pro-choice advocates believe life begins when the fetus would be able to survive outside the womb. 15% believe life begins …

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Pro-choice activist admits, “I know life begins at conception”

Editor’s note. This is from Clinic Quotes citing Jodi Jacobson “Life Begins At Conception. That’s Not the Point,” which appeared at RH Reality Check November 4, 2012] and is reposted with permission. “Here is a startling revelation: I am a mother of two and a woman who earlier in her life had an abortion. I am …

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How embarrassing it is to argue life does not begin at conception

By Dave Andrusko Thanks go out to Life News which gave readers a heads-up to a commentary curiously titled, “Why life doesn’t begin at conception.” The author is Richard Paulson, among other things the president of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine. So he’s obviously no dummy yet argues a position that is indefensible on multiple …

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Director of Neurobiology on life beginning at conception

By Sarah Terzo Dr. Sean O’Reilly, Director of the Neurobiology Research Training Program at George Washington University: “[T]here is nothing in the entire phenomenon of the transmission of life that deserves more to be called an event, scientifically speaking, that does fertilization. It is the natural and scientific boundary at which a new and genetically …

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“I know life begins at conception,” admits pro-choice activist

Editor’s note. This is from clinicquotes.com, citing Jodi Jacobson “Life Begins At Conception. That’s Not the Point,” which appeared at RH Reality Check November 4, 2012.] “Here is a startling revelation: I am a mother of two and a woman who earlier in her life had an abortion. I am unapologetically pro-choice. And I know …

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Science confirms that human life begins at fertilization

By Luke Faulkner The scientific community continues to prove that human life begins at conception (fertilization). In their latest edition of The Developing Human: Clinically Oriented Embryology, professors Keith Moore, TVN Persaud, and Mark Torchia shed significant light on the development of the human person – and they don’t shy away from the reality of …

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Sorry pro-abortionists there is no “debate” about when life begins

Editor’s note. Written by Paul Stark, this appeared on the blog of Minnesota Citizens for Life (MCCL), National Right to Life’s state affiliate. While this ran a while back, it rebuts an error that refuses to go away: the insistence that there is a “debate” about when human life begins. At the Idaho Statesman Journal’s …

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Missing the point about the beginning of life entirely

Editor’s note. This appeared on the blog of Minnesota Citizens for Life (MCCL), National Right to Life’s state affiliate. While this ran a while back, it rebutted an error that refuses to go away: the insistence that there is a “debate” about when human life begins. At the Idaho Statesman Journal’s science blog, Susie Bodman …

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