Originally Posted by Arkie
This thread is going to turn into the same argument people have been having for decades. Nobody will change their mind. Biological life begins at conception. Sometime in the next 9 months, it turns into a human. The moment it turns into a human is open for debate. My personal opinion is that it happens when the genetic code is in place for human being to develop. This happens at conception. Others believe humans happen later when certain human parts develop. Everybody interprets it differently.
An embryo and a fetus are definitely human. It's also definitely alive. That's not the issue though. There are two:
1.) When does a fetus become a person
2.) Whose rights are more important, the fetus's or the woman's?