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  • Yes It does

    When a baby is born, there is a birth certificate. The birth certificate is used to confer rights. When you can vote, when you can drive, when you can drink, when you can marry, when you have a bar/bat mitzvah, when you qualify for Social Security, when you can go to school, when you can sign legal contracts by yourself, when you can get a discount at the movies, and every other way we as a society determine age matters.
    We say, "Since the day I was born," to indicate our entire lives.
    Our tombstones show the year of death following the year of birth.
    We celebrate birthdays – not the day of conception

  • It's a scientific fact.

    From a fertilized egg to an embryo to a fetus, it's alive, and it's a biological human. However, that fact does not sufficiently justify opposition to abortion. Anybody has the right to remove anything from their body, and living humans are not excluded, even if death is the only way.

  • Yes It does

    When a baby is born, there is a birth certificate. The birth certificate is used to confer rights. When you can vote, when you can drive, when you can drink, when you can marry, when you have a bar/bat mitzvah, when you qualify for Social Security, when you can go to school, when you can sign legal contracts by yourself, when you can get a discount at the movies, and every other way we as a society determine age matters.
    We say, "Since the day I was born," to indicate our entire lives.
    Our tombstones show the year of death following the year of birth.
    We celebrate birthdays – not the day of conception

  • Begins prior to birth.

    Although the Bible states differently, I believe that life begins not at birth, but rather as soon as there is a heartbeat. This occurs only four days after a woman's first missed period. When people are in the hospital and are unable to breathe on their own, we continue to say they are alive. It is when the heart stops that we deem a person dead, so why not apply the same logic to when life begins?

  • Life does not begin at birth.

    I believe life begins when the sperm penetrates the egg and implants. As soon as fertilization begins, the cells begin to double and multiply. They are living cells. Even if that is not when life begins, at seven weeks, the heartbeat is audible and visual. How could you not believe that a baby with a heartbeat is not living?

  • Life begins before birth.

    There are several points you could make a case for - conception, implantation, when the heart starts beating, when the fetus is viable outside the womb, when it develops reactions...The list goes on. Point is, life definitely begins BEFORE birth. From a practical standpoint, I believe a mother's duty to her child begins at implantation.

  • No, it does not.

    Life begins before birth. It is easier to see it that way because you can actually hold and see the child or children for the first time once they are born, but life began while they were still in the womb. It is my opinion life begins once the child's heart starts beating.

  • Neither at conception

    At conception, to cells(living organisms) combine their genetic material to create a diploid organism. That is only a restructuration, or addition of live, not the creation of a new one.
    Are bacterias alive? Are cells alive? Before the embryo is created, a human is a sperm cell and an ovus, and those are living things.

  • Das Leben beginnt mit der Empfängnis

    Als Spermien Ei trifft, ein neues individuellen menschlichen Leben wird gebildet. Es ist ein lebendiges menschliches Wesen. Es sollte nicht legal für seine Mutter ihn zu töten sein. Schwangerschaftsabbruch ist mord und er ist schlect. Millionen Babys sterben pro Jahr. Wir mussen Schwangerschaftsabbruch (auch nennt "Abtreibung") jetzt! Schwangerschaftsabbruch ist moralisch falsch!


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