I made the mistake of letting myself get drawn into an online discussion: "Can a Christian be pro-choice?"
To me, this is a serious no-brainer. Here are the abundance of reasons I say this. I went into more depth here. In a nutshell: Each and every one of us is a masterpiece of God's handiwork, made in His image, and to simply destroy a child as an exercise in free will is the embodiment of spitting in God's eye. It shows a lack of faith. It shows a lack of love. It shows a lack of compassion. It shows a lack of everything the Christian faith is about.
I noticed two things among the "God is prochoice!" crowd. Mind you, these are professing Christians:
1. They cling to the image of "breath of life" with the tenacity of the damned. (As well they might.) These people don't tend to be Biblical literalists in general, but boy, do they get literal here! God breathed the breath of life into Adam and that PROVES that life starts with the first BREATH! Period! Paragraph! Quote not to me any other scriptures! It's right there: BREATH OF LIFE BREATH OF LIFE BREATH OF LIFE BREATH OF LIFE! From people who don't take a single other word of the Creation story literally. Interesting.
2. "God gave us free will. Therefore God is prochoice." Yeah, God gave us free will. That's how we went wrong, remember? Choosing evil?
As near as I can figure, this praticular brand of "prochoice Christian" worships free will, rather than the Creator that gave us that free will. It's about personal soverignty, not God's soveriegnty.
Which is really dangerous spiritual ground to plant your flag on.