Unfortunately, abortion itself has become almost as casual.
As for these pills, many women are walking around with scarred souls because they have unintentionally aborted their babies from the use of birth control pills. The pill doesn't always prevent pregnancy. Sometimes conception occurs and the effects of the pill prevent the nascent embryo from attaching to the uteran wall, causing an effective abortion.
Satan has materfully woven his anti-life lies into the consciousness of our culture, and may Christians have swallowed it whole.
"Lord have mercy."
Never proven. Can't be. Good luck with moralizing biochemical theory.
The fact is that you can't disprove the comments in bold. That aside, let's deal with the biological fact that the effects of the birth control pill often include prevention of the implantation of a cenceived embryo on the unteran wall. Now whether or not you personally view this embryo as a human being is a different issue. But biologically it is objectively human life, the issue of "personhood" being a philosophical/theological matter outside of biology. This is not a matter of "moralizing biochemical theory;" it is a matter of recognizing objective biological fact and then assessing that fact in light of an Orthodox Christian worldview.
No it's theory. Keep trying.
Smarter people than you have conceded the issue on this. Not just smarter but actually attempt such experimental design. It does happen, but causality has never been shown. I know people who are sympathetic to your world view who work in such fields and cannot with intellectual integrity come to your conclusion.
I would like to explain to you the difficulty experiment design, not to mention data analysis, that goes into trivial consumer product development, much less such experiments involving human subjects.