If one doesn't believe in God, how can they believe in right and wrong? What defines right and wrong if there is no higher power setting down a natural law?
People are starting to realize what is in there.
Needing faith to be pro-life becomes less of a factor once the knowledge that it is human, becomes common knowledge to even the indifferent.
There was no doubt in 1970 either, at least among competent honest adults.
I would like to ask the atheist: without God, what exactly makes something "moral" - and even requires, in their words, an "obligation?"
I am glad they are against abortion - but otherwise this is a case of "a blind cat catching a dead mouse."
The reproduction of life is part of the fundamental nature of this planet. Willful destruction of that life is not only a crime against nature, it is against the very essence of life on this planet.
If the head of every organized religion on the planet came out tomorrow and said, “whoops, we got it wrong, abortion is OK” - it would still be wrong.
You don't need God to tell you abortion is wrong. You only have to have the basic sense and values of a dumb animal to realize it is, and always will be, murder - plain and simple.
It just became too difficult to explain to young people that a bald eagle’s egg has more value than a human egg.
Also, I’m sure many people look at the demographic disaster unfolding in this country (much more quickly than the media will ever tell you - towns that are officially 90% “white” have school-age populations that are 70% “other”), and realize the intended targets of abortion aren’t availing themselves of it frequently enough.
Life is a humanitarian issue. That’s not to take anything away from Christians.