unaborted

unaborted

(ˌʌnəˈbɔːtɪd)
adj
(esp of a baby or pregnancy) not aborted or ended
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13) The Unaborted Socrates: A Dramatic Debate on the Issues Surrounding Abortion, Downers Grove, IL: IVP Books, 1983, 155 pp.
Throughout our meetings, he had always found a way to wrap up his stories with redemption: the birth mother reunited with her child; the outlawing of paid surrogacy; the unaborted child, happy and grown.
He has single-handedly provided people throughout this country with an example how God's unaborted gift of time can allow a person to transform himself and others.
The centerpiece being "The Denver Landing" (published in the Sagetrieb special issue), a poem late-Slinger in mode of address, starring the Pope on a Lewis & Clarkish passage up the waters from Nawlins to "Denland," a trip in a slave-powered galleon providing El Papa a ringside view of the discombobulation of the West on his way to his usual rendezvous: "The crowd is vast, / and young, and unaborted.
Willke; The Unaborted Socrates, by Peter Kreeft; Aborting America, by Bernard Nathanson; Abortion and Healing, by Fr.
Show me the man who writes letters to the editor who has adopted a number of unaborted children, and then I will read his opinion.
Unaborted infants were born heavier than aborted infants would have been.
And what shall we say of a woman who, exercising her constitutional right to an abortion, offers the organs of her as yet unaborted fetus for medical experimentation?