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Abortion - its up to the mother if she wants to kill her child.

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Abortion Essay Abortion is when a baby is killed when it's still in the womb. It is often done by cutting or sucking it out. Or sometimes it is mashed up then sucked out. The abortion act says an abortion is legal when the mother's, the child's or other children's mental or physical health is at stake or if it is done in international waters. ...read more.

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Some Christians think abortion is okay. This is probably because they aren't actually Christians and are just pretending to be Christian for insurance fraud. But they could say abortion is okay if their child is likely to be a horny, greedy, lazy, fat person that kills people and is proud of it. The bible is not just a textbook for Christian living because someone in the Virgin Mary's situation would have an abortion. ...read more.

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Also because she didn't remember, she thought God was the father, which proves it damaged her mental health. She was also so poor that she obviously couldn't support the child as in the end it was born in a stable. I agree with abortion because Christians don't and I hate religion and want to be completely different from it. Also it's up to the mother if she wants to kill her child even if it is over 18 years old. But I also think the father should have a choice. ...read more.

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