The abortion question is unique in its ability to generate two utterly disparate conceptions of the same act. Is it a procedure or is it the wholesale megadeath of the other?
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While Jewish ethics does not consider a fetus to have the same moral worth as a living human being, a fetus nonetheless does have real moral worth and ought not be interfered with unless the reasons to do so are morally substantial.
By Debra Rubin
Religion News Service
SILVER SPRING, Md. (RNS) Saraleah was 19 and a part-time student when she discovered she was pregnant. She di...
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