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Principle of Utility This supports the UK law, of an abortion can occur if the health of family members are threatened. The Principle of Utility will support abortion in the case were the consequences
of the birth of the child will result in family members being at risk of pain.…

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The Church of England The Church of England's position, that abortion is evil but may be the 'lesser of two evils' is consistent with a situationist approach. If a woman has been raped, abortion may be an
act of love.
Christianity Christian ethics will include the idea that God created…

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Religious Ethics approach to abortion [in the Catholic and Orthodox Church]
The Orthodox Church has rejected Platonic views outlined by Origen that the soul preexists conception in that same way that it has rejected the
belief that life begins at some time during or after pregnancy. It maintains that ensoulment…

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