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Salon op-ed claims some humans aren’t persons, so it is ‘ethical’ to kill them

Salon op-ed claims some humans aren’t persons, so it is ‘ethical’ to kill them

A pro-abortion physician and a professor have levied an attack on the pro-life argument in Salon, calling it “weak.” The authors – Dr. Nathan Nobis, an associate professor at Morehouse College, and Dr. Jonathan Dudley, a postdoctoral fellow at Johns Hopkins – assert that abortion advocates need to be comfortable making an “ethical” case in support of abortion in order to counter pro-life arguments.

Ableism helped pave the way for legalized abortion and remains a factor today

( Medium) To be truly pro-life is to value everyone. People are valuable not because of what we can do but because of what we are: human beings. For pro-lifers, people are not judged by how attractive they are, how wealthy they are, or how useful they are to others.

The Fundamental Question of the Abortion Debate: A Response to Nathan Nobis – NRL News Today

By Dr. Steve Jacobs Editor’s note. This guest blog appeared Monday on the blog of Secular Pro-Life and is reposted with permission. In 2019, my research on biologists’ understanding of when life begins gained media attention. [Read SPL’s overview of Dr. Jacobs’s research here.]

Life begins at conception. Abortion is legalized murder.

Christine Hammett

Is a baby only real if he is wanted? Please, choose life! Chris Hammett is a pro-life blogger (Abolitionist Arise) and 40 Days for Life participant joining millions in praying for an end to abortion and for Personhood from conception until natural death. She is a prayer partner with ProLife Action Ministries. She lives in Central Florida and has been married for 40+ years. Owen Osvaldo (O.O.) is their first grandchild. She previously worked as a graphic and web designer with Empower Creative Services LLC. She is currently practicing wildlife photography. The photography page of this site features some of her images from Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive.

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