It is a common bias today that the pro-life position is a religious belief while the pro-choice position is a scientific one. This bias likely stems from the reality that pro-lifers are often Catholics and Protestants. And since secular society believes religion and science are antithetical, they conclude that the pro-choice position must therefore be the scientific one.
The truth is, the pro-life position is actually based on the biological science of embryology and the sanctity of human life, while the pro-choice position is based on the subjective views of bodily autonomy, pregnancy by rape, viability, the mother’s health, eugenics, and the spiritualization of Personhood.
Here’s a comparative overview of the two positions:
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