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All throughout American abortion remains one of the most debatable subjects of the current age However in this essay the issue in question is not primarily that of abortion The main issue lies in when the fetus can be considered a person An unwanted child is a sad thing and the social problems which come with this child have no easy solutions Single motherhood financial destitution child neglect and urban overcrowding are some outcomes of an unwanted child Several areas of this topic include history medical law and Bible From the history aspect information will be brought forth as to church history and when certain groups saw a fetus as an individual On the other hand the medical perspective will show doctors opinions to when a fetus by medical standards is officially able to be considered a living individual The law area of the subject covers when where and on what grounds abortion was legalized The final branch consists of Biblical interpretation and views on abortion from both pro-choice and pro-life views The goal of these pages is to examine the intense subject of abortion from several perspectives with the main focus centered around the question of when the fetus life as a person begins Both pro-choice and pro-life supporters disagree on the subject However there is also agreement A majority on both sides tend to agree that the life of a child is priceless and should be guarded under the full protection of the law There is also a high number in agreement with the idea that a has the right to make decisions about her own body The disagreement lies in when the fetus is considered a person and thus is protected by the law If one believes that the fetus is not a person than the fetus is simply a part of the womans body and contingent to her control And with this opinion any effort to take away from
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