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You seem to have missed my point. Perhaps I wasn't clear enough.
Concerning the issue of abortion - by what right and under what authority does anyone claim the power to deny the fundamental right of an individual to choose for herself? Regardless of the circumstance or whether you agree with her choice.
By the way, kudos for speaking your mind when creating this debate rather than opting for the hackneyed "cutting and pasting." That would be somewhat trite, don't you think?
I will add this: To consider humanity "guilty by nature" can hardly be viewed as moral, since doing so invalidates the very concept of morality.
Many may hold that religion is the arbiter of moral rectitude, but the notion of original sin negates that claim outright.