Is Abortion Evil In Any Sense as Murder?

In my opinion, abortion is murder. Once you begin to understand that the taking of an innocent life is murder. As a country we've gone...

In my opinion, abortion is murder. Once you begin to understand that the taking of an innocent life is murder. As a country we've gone past just murder into the realm of Genocide. There has been 55 Million abortions since 1973, of which most are due to the irresponsibility encouraged by Liberal Laws and Zero oversight of those who perform abortions. I feel sorry for anyone who had one, I wish they would have done something else.
Is Abortion Evil In Any Sense as Murder?
Though I will not judge them but I will judge the act of abortion as being completely evil as it's almost glorified by the wicked as a normal bodily function. It's a cold, crass and thoughtless act. 

Unfortunately Science from 1973 is still used today when the fetus is described. Presidential Contender Dr Ben Carson was a Pediatric Neurosurgeon, and he has come out and said that the fetus is much more developed then what was thought of before, but this fact is ignored. Even National Geographic the documentary "In the Womb" which showed how complexity of the fetus. 

The earliest child to survive childbirth and live was born at 21 weeks and 4 days, but again can a 2 year old child survive without the assistance of an adult? No it can't, it's just as reliant on adults for its survival as a 13 week old fetus.
200 or 300 years in the future this so called civilized society will be considered barbaric unless the facts are forcefully hidden.
 
Here  are few reasons why abortion is evil and murder:

1. Abortion Offends God

Abortion is never a mere personal choice but a grave offense against God and His creation. The anti-abortion struggle has always been a religious battle and foremost in its ranks have been Catholics across the country. This is because Church teaching on abortion is clear and unequivocal: Abortion is murder. There are no exceptions allowed, no compromises possible.

2. The Unnoticed War

The continuing war on terror has lead to a renewed national consciousness of the high price of war, and, for many, a heightened desire for peace. Yet, despite all this concern, the most horrible war of all has gone all but unnoticed. This is a war going on within our own borders, and it has claimed 57 million American lives in the last 43 years.
This scourge is as horrible as anything terrorists can fathom, because it strikes at the very core of humanity and our country: the family. By destroying the most basic human bond of all—that between mother and child—abortion dissolves the precious glue that binds our nation together.
While mother and child are the first victims, there is not a single element of society that is not affected by abortion. Mother, child, father, husband, aunt, uncle, friend, sibling and grandparent alike suffer the scars of the abortionist’s scalpel. Peace abroad is meaningless without peace at home.

3. Life starts at the moment of conception

This is the definition given in any respectable medical textbook. To declare a beginning of life at any point after the fusing of a wife’s egg and a husband’s contribution is irrational and an exercise in sophistical chicanery. Only machines such as clocks and cars come into existence part by part. Living beings come into existence all at once and gradually unfold their world of innate potential. A living human person begins to exist at the moment of conception, even though only as a cell. What is important is not the accident of size or weight but the essence – which is fully human. The unborn baby has a distinct, unchanging and unrepeatable genetic code, unique in all of history, from the moment of conception till death. Nothing is added except nutrition and oxygen.

4. Mankind must protect life whenever possible

The first and foremost instinct of humans is preservation of life. This begins with self-preservation, and extends to all humanity through domestic bonds and realization of a like nature. "Pregnancy termination" stops the beating heart of a growing human being and is in direct contradiction to this most basic premise of human nature. It forsakes natural law, and has left America as a country unable to repopulate itself without the aid of mass immigration.
You will get plenty of people saying it is, and people that say it isn't I suppose it depends on mindset. I am pregnant now and my husband and I are keeping our child, but it doesn't mean I'm against abortion it's just not a choice I would make for myself. Abortion IS something that should be thought hard about before doing it, because it is something you can't go back from, I don't think it's evil, because you never know the reason behind it. A lot of people say why not adoption instead, some people don't want to be pregnant at all, some don't want to be seen with a giant belly along with the fact that they don't want to be a parent, and some don't want people to find out they even had sex. If abortion is considered murder isn't the question the question is according to whom is it or isn't it considered murder?

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