Objections to abortion

(under construction)

by Wm. Robert Johnston
last updated 1 November 2007

Abortion is a polarizing issue, and the two extreme perspectives are neither reconcilable nor, arguably, objective (this is not to say that one is not morally right, just that either extreme position involves an element of faith). Unfortunately, the status of abortion in the United States and many other countries is skewed towards one extreme. The following discussion outlines purely rational objections to current abortion policy and practice.

For the issues listed below, separate pages are under development providing extended discussion and documentation; links are provided to those pages currently available.

© 2003, 2007 by Wm. Robert Johnston.
Last modified 1 November 2007.
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