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Is the Personhood Movement Really Pro-Life?

peaceman Wrote: Jun 26, 2012 7:00 AM
Yan...that's quite an open mind you have about other ideas you're not familiar with. Actually, the Soul (in the unborn child at some undetermined point) is always making the choice and confers on levels with 'spirit' that you are not understanding. You can have such knowledge about the potential of the unborn and that would bring you to the place of getting in touch with your own intuition and 'conscious connection' with the world of spirit. Many profess a christian or some over faith, but don't take the deeper journey for this inward knowing that is available to us all. So, no, my 'philosophy' trivializes nothing but actually holds life sacred in more ways than you understand. And no, it would not bring anyone to "slit their throats".

One of the most controversial wings of the pro-life movement is the “personhood” effort. Championed by Personhood USA out of Colorado, its goal is to have personhood defined in law to include the unborn. Theoretically, it sounds good. Practically, it will never work and meanwhile is severely hurting the pro-life movement.

The pro-life movement does not support the personhood effort. Phyllis Schlafly's Eagle Forum issued this statement about it, “Nearly every reputable pro-life leader has criticized the approach of the personhood amendment, which will simply give more power to pro-abortion judges.” Another statement from...