(Worthy News) – Atheist pro-life advocates are pushing back against lawsuits alleging that state abortion bans and restrictions violate religious freedom and promote a Christian definition of life, saying that the right to practice one’s faith does not justify “human rights violations.”
As several states have moved to ban or restrict abortion following the U.S. Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade last summer, some lawsuits contend those laws promote a sectarian view of where life begins.
Monica Snyder, who serves as executive director of Secular Pro-Life, an organization comprised of atheists and agnostics, told The Christian Post that the belief that a zygote is the first stage of life for human organisms “is not a religious belief.” [ Source: Christian Post (Read More…) ]
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