14 Dec Do babies learn before they’re born?
“Some of the most important learning we ever do happens before we are born, while we are still in the womb,” states Annie Murphy Paul, author of “Origins: How the Nine Months Before Birth Shape the Rest of Our Lives.
As she tells of remarkable research that points to the cognizance and learning that is occurring during that unborn child’s months in the womb, I can’t help but wonder if the pro-abortion folks are cringing that such information is being spread far and wide. After all, their flimsy case for abortion is built upon the understanding that the unborn child is a piece of foreign tissue that has no humanity. That’s kind of tough when you have scientists like Annie Murphy Paul saying things like, “The recognition that learning actually begins before birth leads us to a striking new conception of the fetus, the pregnant woman and the relationship between them.”
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