On Halloween last year, I was at the University of North Texas, and I noticed a man in a scary, tan-colored mask with no mouth and black eyes. He was looking at our embryology pictures.
Foster says, “Our moral and legal opinions should be based on an accurate understanding of our world.” (pg. 8) I agree, and in particular, I think these opinions should be based on an accurate understanding of who counts as one of us. Given the history of humanity and how often people have answered that question incorrectly, supporting abortion should give us pause because we might be killing human beings like you and me.