The one thing that's always confused me about the whole abortion debate is the generality that the really religious Christians are pro-life while the non-religious seem to be pro-choice. I don't know how it is in certain types of Christianity, but the commonly held belief in most Christian denominations is that fetuses would go straight to heaven if killed. To me, I think it is much more humane to send a fetus straight to heaven than it would be to have a baby never exist.
Taking afterlife out of the equation, I don't think there's anything wrong with abortion. One cannot fathom the plateau without first the pits. By that I mean that the fetuses are not suffering at all, whatsoever. They do not know what they are missing because they've never experienced it, and life really isn't all that great at times.
If it was my kid I'd never want the fetus to be aborted because I'd feel a sense of attachment or whatever you want to call it, but if both parents aren't for having the kid, especially the mother, I don't have anything against an abortion.
No, but I wouldn't make it illegal. Who am I, being a male, to tell a woman what she should do with her body.