Well your reply has certainly started something. Discussion is good, but not when you don’t even know what you’re discussing. Why not actually watch the video, which literally addresses all of your points, instead of arguing moot points?
I’ll go ahead and address your points, even though you could’ve just watched a one hour video instead of spending an hour replying to people.
Any who support ‘pro-life’ are in direct violation of Gods will to let the individual to decide for themselves if they will commit that sin or not.
We, as a society, put laws in place to prevent people from committing egregious acts which hurt other people. In this case, the egregious act is abortion and the people being hurt are in fact, the unborn children. This is not a violation of free will; that’s utterly nonsensical. You and I are not going to agree from here on out because you inherently perceive the unborn child to not have true personhood. Again, this is addressed in the video if you would bother watching.
the fallacy that any human can claim dominion over anothers body
Who is claiming dominion over another’s body? It is you who is trying to do so, by saying the rights of the mother outweigh the rights of the unborn child simply because it is unborn and, according to many of your replies, not capable of independence. Have you addressed the several people who have pointed out that many living individuals who have been born are also not capable of independence, yet we have established laws that prevent unjust killing of them?
You’ve continuously referred to the baby as a clump of cells throughout this discussion, as you clearly consider the unborn child to be lesser. It’s almost as if… I included a very good video… in the first post… that succinctly proves this point to be invalid… Crazy, right?
It’s not a good idea to try to claim that the pro-life stance is a violation of God’s will. Quite frankly it’s the worst argument I’ve ever seen… From a purely objective standpoint, it holds no validity.