Over? Don't count on it. I'm Pro-Life all of the way. I am against abortion in all situations. If a woman has "willing" sex, then she should except the consequences of her actions. If a woman is raped, she should be strong and not take it out on her baby. And even though it seems like the end of the world, what Satan works for evil, God can work it out for good. No Blasters!, about "unwanted" children... You obviously never saw that statistic that clearly shows that the number of "unwanted" children available for adoption was slightly less than the number of couples that wanted to adopt. You don't see anyone scrambling to help those in need? Well, that's another issue that I would enjoy bringing up but it is not the point of this discussion. And I may get banned for the things that I would say about certain fellow human beings. And I'm not talking about you. On another issue, perhaps you should look this Bible verse more closely: Exodus 21:22-23 "And if men struggle with each other and strike a woman with child so that she has a miscarriage, yet there is no further injury, he shall surely be fined as the woman's husband may demand of him; and he shall pay as the judges decide. But if there's any further injury, then you shall appoint as a penalty life for life." I myself did not notice how deep this sentence went until recently. I am sure that this "fine" that the woman's husband would often demand would probably not involve money, or livestock, or anything of the sort. I believe that if he wished, he could have fined the other man for his life. The judges would quite probably have no argument against it, and the sentence would be no different than if the woman had been killed as well. When a couple loses a baby, you'd be surprised how often the woman would say, "My baby's dead..." Not my fetus is dead or my embryo is dead. The husband would say, "We lost the baby..." Not we lost the fetus or we lost the embryo. God had that law formed that way for a reason. The woman's husband would not take that sort of wrong against him and his wife lightly.