Obviously, if you are against abortion you will not have one, so what is the point?
This argument, made popular by a bumper sticker, allows a Pro-Abortionist to tell a Pro-Lifer that they have every right to object, but only allows for the Pro-Lifer to react by not having an abortion.
Can you imagine applying this same morally bankrupt argumentation to any other issues?
The argument, “Against abortion? Don’t have one!” goes to prove that which was stated at the beginning of this series which is that Pro-Abortion arguments are highly specialized and would not dare be employed in order to support anything else.
“Against murder? Don’t murder anyone!”
“Against rape? Don’t rape anyone!”
If you are against murder and rape then don’t murder or rape, but you have no right to tell anyone else to not murder or rape?!?!
How about this one “In favor of abortion? Don’t use my tax money to pay for it!”
Here are some relevant essays and books.
Randy C. Alcorn, Why Pro-Life?: Caring for the Unborn and Their Mothers
Randy C. Alcorn, Pro-Life Answers to Pro-Choice Arguments Expanded & Updated
Scott Klusendorf, Pro-Life 101: A Step-by-Step Guide to Making Your Case Persuasively
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