A lot of money does go to prevent pregnancies. Why do Christian churches often oppose this funding? Why do churches often oppose the birth control efforts?<quoted text>
In your first argument you are treating the symptom instead of the root cause.
Instead of spending the money on women's rights to abort children, and instead of clinics making money by aborting children, spend that money and effort into preventing unwanted pregnancies, and then you are treating the root cause.
On your second argument, early or late term should make no bearing on the decision of when this cessation of life is morally acceptable. If you have to try to define "reasonably acceptable" then you are trying to make yourself feel better about ending the life of a child.
Your team fights this effort all the time. So get your own house in order.
Churches often have a lot of money to spend. When you guys start promoting birth control, we will accept you are on the side of reducing abortions. Until then, you are just talk.
I once read a statistic that abortions reduce when democrats are in power. Not sure how true this claim is, but it does stand to reason. Democrats fund birth control measures where as republicans underfund them. Democrats fund the teaching of sex education, thus teaching birth control, where as republicans fight against this.
You oppose funding of abortion clinics, but these are for many of the people who cannot afford to raise children. And it does not help that republicans do not wish to help these people financially.
This is another reason abortions likely reduce when democrats have more power in government.
Their is more than one way to reduce the amount of abortions. Calling it murder or sin is but one way and I do not think it is very effective overall.