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When we observe that every human being is utterly unique (even identical twins have different fingerprints, facial expressions, and personalities), can we not conclude that the intentional destruction of an embryo – whether in a womb or in a Petri dish – is an incalculable loss to humanity?

And that the destructive act itself fuels a materialistic view of human life, in which every human being is dispensable if a burden or inconvenience to someone else?

[Life Insight, Sept/Oct 2003]