Human life does not begin at conception or birth. Human life is continued through conceptions and births. Life does not come from death, and it certainly doesn't come from nothing. At no point is an unborn human life not a human life. It can be argued that a human life is not yet, or no longer, a person having intellect, emotion and volition. On the other hand it can also be argued that there is non-human life that is personal having intellect, emotion and volition. My dog demonstrates personality having intellect, emotion and volition. Murder is not the unjust killing of a person, as animal rights activists would have you believe. Murder is the unjust killing of a human being. Murder is the unjust ending of a human life. If we are to assume that there is a time to kill, the questions then become who kills whom, why, when, where and how? At first blush, one might assume that unborn babies, before they have even had an opportunity to do anything right wrong, might be might be the wrong people to kill. On the other hand, if not for legal abortion, there would now be among us, just here in the US, another sixty one million people all raised by mothers who would have just as soon killed them had it been legal. To me, that sounds like the making of a disaster. So, perhaps abortion does kill the right people. Death to the unwanted. Keep abortion legal. After all, it's only murder if we say it is. Unless, and until then, human life in the womb is only worth what that womb's owner says its worth.