By George F. Johnston
For roughly 3 a long time, the abortion debate has polarized the United States. This entire quantity comprises bibliographic citations that deal with the ethical and spiritual elements of abortion. It covers such themes because the quite a few arguments either for and opposed to abortion, the prestige of the fetus, and overviews of numerous religions' stances on abortion. Citations additionally comprise references on how Christianity has prompted abortion politics and legislation, discussions of Operation Rescue, and reputable statements on abortion through spiritual corporations.
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Devine, Philip E. " In Contemporary Issues in Bioethics, 2nd. , edited by Tom L. Beauchamp and LeRoy Walters. Belmont, Calif: Wadsworth Pub. , 1982. Argues that the grounds for asserting the humanity of an infant are also present in the fetus. Thus, the fetus, from conception on, is also a human person. 84. '" In Ethics for Modern Life. , edited by Raziel Abelson, and Marie-Louise Friquegnon, 174-185. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1991. The author begins with the claim that if infanticide is murder, then abortion must be murder as well, for the only grounds for asserting the humanity ofthe infant also apply to the fetus.
Goodman, 199-211. Clifton, N. : Humana Press, 1988. Presents an argument that the conceptus, or the human zygote, is specifically and truly a person, though less developed. He claims that a one-celled individual at conception is not a potential person, but an actual person with great potential for development and self-expression. 115. Kohl, Marvin. " The Humanist 32, no. 3 (1972): 8 Personhood and the Status ofthe Fetus 23 Claims that it is not "a fact beyond dispute" that each unborn human infant is a human being.
197. , ed. Seminar on Abortion: The Proceedings of a Dialogue Between Catholics and Baptists. : The Ecumenical Institute, 1975. Papers delivered at a conference on abortion sponsored by the Bishops' Committee for Ecumenical and Inter-Religious Affairs and the Ecumeni- Abortion in Religious Thought 39 cal Institute of Wake Forest University and Belmont Abbey College, November 10-12, 1975. 198. Brown, Harold O. J. Death before Birth. Nashville: T. Nelson, 1977. Presents the case against abortion from a Christian perspective.