Nope. Not one bit. I happen to actually land on the Pro-Choice side of the fence when it comes to policy. I'm pro-life when it comes to my personal life. The reason that I'm pro-choice is exactly because I can't dictate my personal morality on anyone else when I don't have definitive proof.
The thing is... neither do you. You can't tell me what makes a person a person, when they start being a person, when they stop being a person, or what criteria would hold up to thoughtful scrutiny.
I've studied a lot about how the brain develops, teratology and its revelations, how predictive it becomes to cellular and eventually behavioral expression, and how so much of it seems to run the course of how many people view the evolution of neurological systems. For all that we've come to understand, there remains an ocean of lack of understanding to what goes into making people as it is generally accepted.
As a result, the people that have doubt on their positions are the ones I trust most. It is those people that strut about in absolute conviction of their faiths that send off alarm bells to me. You have firmly fit into that category.
Here's a cookie