By sifilings Dec 06 2012 AbortionDenny BurkeKate MiddletonWhy aren’t we calling it the “royal fetus”? 1285 reads There are 4 Comments Good Question Andrew Comings - Thu, 12/06/2012 - 7:27pm One who doesn't support the right of the unborn to live might argue that it is a potential baby, but it should be noted that the headline does not read "royal potential baby" either. Missionary in Brazil, author of "The Astonishing Adventures of Missionary Max" Online at: http://www.comingstobrazil.com http://cadernoteologico.wordpress.com Is use of term "fetus" anti-life? Jim - Fri, 12/07/2012 - 8:30am Is the use of the term "fetus" anti-life? Twitter Jim's Doctrinal Statement Clinical Susan R - Fri, 12/07/2012 - 11:19am Generally, the use of clinical terms is viewed as cold and unfeeling. 'Fetus' may not be anti-life per se, but it sounds terrible. Do preachers refer to the dead body at a funeral as a corpse or cadaver? Why not? Scenescape Media Intent pvawter - Sat, 12/08/2012 - 7:27am It's all about intent. If the royal mother decided to kill her child in the womb, then it would no longer qualify for babyhood. It is the ultimate expression of existentialism, because her choice determines reality.