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Explain how Christians might put their beliefs about abortion into action:

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Explain how Christians might put their beliefs about abortion into action: Pro life and moderate pro life/pro choice Christians will act in different ways because they have different beliefs about abortion. ...read more.

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* They may pray for mothers to change their minds about a termination. * They may encourage and counsel women to choose adoption rather than abortion. * Or, they may set up schemes to eliminate some of the reasons for a termination, for example the Catholic Church in Scotland offer Financial help and support to pregnant women who need it. ...read more.

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* Campaign for abortion to remain legal to stop rises in 'back-street' abortions. * Pray with mothers for God to give them guidance in making their decision, whatever they might decide. * Support families, for example the Mother's Union run cr�ches to remove the need for abortion. By Joey 11C ...read more.

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