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In this essay I will discuss the beliefs Christians hold at the beginning and end of their lifes One may argue here that they agree that it is wrong to murder but they still dont see how a foetus necessarily qualifies as a human being Perhaps God doesnt feel the same way about a very young foetus as He does an older foetus a newborn or a 50-year-old It may be a different issue altogether with Him Does the Bible say anything specifically about unborn children In Exodus 2122 God gives a specific law regarding social order for the Israelites He stated that if two men were fighting and hit a pregnant woman thus causing her to give birth prematurely they must be fined according to any damage done to the baby The fine must be paid in relation to the amount of damage inflicted upon the child If God would make a law specifically referring to the rights of the unborn then surely the unborn must mean something to Him It has been stated if the womb had windows there would be no abortion As humans we are not omnipresent and cannot know the full scope of what each human life is worth We cannot dwell in the womb with a fetus nor can we see it as it matures But God can Just 18 days after conception the babys heart begins to beat At six weeks brain waves can be measured At eight weeks the vital organs are functioning and fingerprints have formed At nine weeks the unborn baby is able to feel pain Over 700000 abortions each year are performed after this point in the pregnancy By the beginning of the second month the unborn child small as it is has begun to look distinctly human though the mother may not even be aware that she is pregnant By the time the baby is eleven weeks old he or she
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