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Russell15 Wrote: Jan 15, 2013 9:57 PM
In addition the structure of the zygote can have the incorrect number of genes. It can have too many or too few genes and those genes can also "express" non human life even if the genes are of human origin. There are many know and classified cases of gene flaw that are frequent enough to have been researched. There are also gene structures that are so infrequent that there is no investigation of the damage that is caused to the future zygote. In most cases these are aborted naturally. In the next post I will give you a few links.

Editor’s note: Dr. Adams will speak at Christ Church Lutheran Church in Phoenix, AZ on January 19. The speech, which is part of the Voices for the Voiceless "Redefine" Conference, will begin shortly after the conference opens at 8 am. Dr. Adams will then go to Minneapolis to speak at the Minnesota Youth for Life Conference on January 21. The all-day conference will be at Sacred Heart Catholic Church.

A former student recently emailed that she was disappointed that I had gotten so heavily involved with the student pro-life movement in recent years. She said she could remember a time when...