Can a vaccine be pro-life?

Christian belief requires people avoid any connection with evil including personal gain from the non-voluntary taking of innocent human life. This is why pro-life Christians are increasingly alarmed as pharmaceutical companies shifted the production of all mandatory childhood vaccines to exclusively use aborted baby cells. Because there are no moral vaccine alternatives available, New York State intensified the dilemma in 2019 by eliminating religious exemptions for vaccines for children in school. New York is now toying with aggravating the problem with legislation mandating adult COVID vaccination.

So, is there such a thing as a pro-life COVID vaccine? The first FDA approved vaccine from Pfizer does not use aborted baby cells but comes with warnings for women who are pregnant or may become pregnant. However, aborted baby cells are used in the next two up for FDA consideration from AstraZeneca and Johnson and Johnson.

1 comment on “Can a vaccine be pro-life?”

  1. Carl Smith Reply

    2 April 2021

    Good morning,
    Please send me a current list of Covid 19 vaccinations that are not produced
    from abortions.
    Thank You

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