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    (Original post by Questions1729)
    The main question lie in at what point does the foetus becomes human. Some would argue that is only human once born other that it is human throughout.

    Which point determines the time when a foetus becomes human ?

    If this point is not definite surely we should not proceed with abortion if there is a chance that we are actually executing a human rather than just a foetus.
    I'd say it's quite late into the pregnancy the foetus becomes human. At the very least it takes weeks before it becomes more than a few cells that could be taken away as easily as chopping away some fingernails.
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    (Original post by Nikey)
    Well no, because I don't consider a foetus to be a human being therefore it isn't murder in my eyes.

    My opinion on that is that it is disgusting. I'm not a fan of organised religion anyway, but that's another discussion.
    Ok I totally understand you’re point seemingly as you are an atheist. Thank you for answering my questionn !! ( sorry if I was being rude at all)
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    (Original post by louisa_chara)
    Ok I totally understand you’re point seemingly as you are an atheist. Thank you for answering my questionn !! ( sorry if I was being rude at all)
    Yep, 100% atheist.

    No problem - and don't worry, you didn't come across as rude
 
 
 
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