“BUT BUT BUT /RELIGION./”
That’s nice for you, it truly is, but, you see, not everyone practices the same religion as you do.
For example, my grandmother lives near a town with a high Amish population. Amish people do not use cars. Many of them walk, ride bicycles, or use horses as means of transportation. Many of their businesses do not operate on Saturdays - additionally, they often open at sunrise and close at sunset.
Yet, Amish people aren’t boycotting car dealerships in the name of Religion.
When you take a perfectly legal act such as abortion and use religion as an excuse of your hatred towards it, you weaken your argument. I have many examples and sources to provide you with. I have Jewish blood, I have many Jewish friends, I have many aethist friends, I have many Greek Orthadox friends, and I have many Christian friends. I am Catholic. I can give you insight from their perspectives, as well as utilize the information they have provided me with. Your argument can be debunked countless times, and easily so.
You have the right to practice whichever religion you choose - whether that be Catholicism, Christianity, Hindusim, Buddism, or none at all - but when you try and force your personal, religious beliefs onto others and try and use it as a defense, you take away from that. You take away from the sacredness and impact Religious Insight can bring to a debate or conversation, and then continue to be upset about it when you see what you’ve done.
It isn’t affective, and, over the years, you’ve proven and reinforced that. Don’t blame others for that, because it wasn’t them who’s caused it. It’s you.