Fetal Cell Lines ≠ Aborted Baby Parts

I wrote a post over on Patheos

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In the discussion around vaccines tested on fetal cell lines there is what appears to be a small matter of terminology but actually points to a significant difference both ontologically and morally. This is the distinction between cells from a fetal cell line and fetal cells. Fetal cells can often be termed as aborted baby parts, murdered baby organs, or similar.

This will examine the ontological and moral distinctions, then ask a question about the COVID vaccines’ use of fetal cell lines.

You can read the rest over there.

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