The pro-abortion argument that the unborn is not ‘living and breathing’

By Paul Stark Sometimes pro-choice advocates say that pro-lifers care only about the unborn (i.e., the human fetus or embryo) rather than “actual living, breathing human beings” (or variations on that phrase). Of course, pro-lifers do care about already-born human beings, and to suggest otherwise is an indefensible slander (and an ad hominem attack irrelevant …

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How the word ‘fetus” helped usher in abortion on demand

By Dave Andrusko As one of the first posts of 2016, I’d like to briefly talk about an article that had been kindly forwarded to me. It ran online at salvomag.com and was titled simply, “Fetus.” I learned a lot. For example, “The first recorded use of the word ‘fetus’ dates back to 1398. Before then, …

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The pivotal role the use of the word ‘fetus” played in ushering in abortion on demand

By Dave Andrusko For the last item of the week, I’d like to briefly talk about an article that ran online titled simply, “Fetus.” I learned a lot. For example, “The first recorded use of the word ‘fetus’ dates back to 1398. Before then, an unborn human was almost always referred to as a ‘child’ (or …

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