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    Abortion Supporters Are 'Anti-Science,' Ken Ham Says

    Updated: May 17, 2019 at 12:35 pm EST  See Comments

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    Abortion Supporters Are ‘Anti-Science,’ Ken Ham Says

    Answers in Genesis founder Ken Ham says he’s often accused of being “anti-science” for rejecting evolution.  

    But in a new blog post, he says it’s the other side – specifically, pro-choicers – that often are the ones opposing science.  

    “Do you know who is often anti-science? Those who support abortion,” he wrote on his blog Thursday.

    Ham referenced a CNN debate involving political analyst Christine Quinn, a former Democratic politician and a board member of the National Institute for Reproductive Health.

    “When a woman gets pregnant, that is not a human being inside of her,” Quinn said. “It’s part of her body.” 

    Quinn is rejecting basic science and biology, Ham said.

    “What is it — a dog, a dolphin, a green bean?” he asked. “It has 100 percent human DNA (with a unique combination of information that came from both father and mother), and humans only produce humans, so the unborn baby can’t be anything other than a human! He or she is an individual.” 

    Quinn’s argument, Ham said, “completely ignores biology, including genetics.”

    “It’s merely her attempt to make the evil of abortion – the murder of children – more palatable,” Ham wrote. 

    Ham noted that the unborn baby has different DNA, distinct fingerprints, its own nervous system and its own heart.

    “A baby is not part of a woman’s body,” Ham wrote. “The baby begins life inside the woman’s body, but that is not the same as being part

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