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Essay In Modern Society Against Abortion

The Catholic Church and Society's Differing Views on Abortion

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The views on the morality of abortion differ between the Catholic Church and modern society. Over the years, there has been much discussion and disagreement about when life begins. Many religions believe that life begins at conception, while society believes it is much later in the pregnancy. Since the 1980’s abortions have decreased, but many people still have abortions. Modern society believes that abortion is acceptable and that the parents should have the right to terminate a pregnancy. The Catholic Church believes this is wrong and that all life is sacred. If pregnancy is not convenient or timely, some people should not have abortions because they are not ready for the responsibility of parenthood. God has told us that we shall not…show more content…

The views on the morality of abortion differ between the Catholic Church and modern society. Over the years, there has been much discussion and disagreement about when life begins. Many religions believe that life begins at conception, while society believes it is much later in the pregnancy. Since the 1980’s abortions have decreased, but many people still have abortions. Modern society believes that abortion is acceptable and that the parents should have the right to terminate a pregnancy. The Catholic Church believes this is wrong and that all life is sacred. If pregnancy is not convenient or timely, some people should not have abortions because they are not ready for the responsibility of parenthood. God has told us that we shall not kill because all life is sacred. Abortion is wrong because it encourages people to engage in casual sex and not accept the responsibility of a resulting pregnancy. God teaches us that all life is sacred and that babies inside of the womb are human beings. Unborn babies are living human beings. The people of modern society say that abortions are not good for you or for the body, but they do little to encourage parents to keep their children.
In ‘Reasons given for having…,’ statistics show that “53% of all abortions are because the future parents are not ready.” Many pregnancies result from sex through a one night stand and not a committed, marital relationship. A ‘one night stand’ is where a couple comes together and has sex to fulfill their

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Essay on The Pros and Cons of Abortion in Today's Society

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Abortion is the medical procedure when it is induced on purpose to extract the fetus from the uterus. When abortion occurs without purpose, it is usually referred to as miscarriage; such instance causes psychological problems in a woman and affects her perception of the fetus. The number of moral and ethical considerations on the problem of abortions can be considered from a variety of perspectives that include economic, medical, social, and religious aspects of the phenomenon. Many case studies are based on the need to make a choice, especially when talking about professional duties of doctors and such medical practices, as Hippocratic Oath. The controversy occurs every time some people cannot accept the right of the woman to have an…show more content…

According to the findings by Mariotti (2012), the psychosocial and emotional components are an integral part of every woman’s pregnancy, and she can make decisions of whether to sustain life in her own uterus or end it (p. 269). At the same time, numerous studies have questioned the personhood of the fetus to provide well-evidenced approaches to evaluation of its social and legal status. Does a woman provide it with all necessary resources and substances like a donor? Does she have a right to extract it from her body in case she does not want to give it life, has some health care issues that put her and the baby at risk, or carries a fetus that was the result of a rape? All those questions are easier to ask than answer, but women should have the right to do with their body everything they want.
Medical Perspective
The medical considerations often rely on moral and ethical issues, but the health care problems that may occur with the woman or fetus should also be brought to discussion. For instance, some women may have mental problems that require administration of specific medications, which impair the fetus and jeopardize its future functioning and health. Another reason for induced abortions, even after the first trimester, may include fetal anomalies. As stated by Bryant, Grimes, Garrett, and

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