They are as bad as creationists. They often are creationists. Their anti-abortion ideology is so overwhelming that they will make up 'facts' and call them science. Here's a recent example:
"I think it's important to note with the term fertilized egg, that's the same thing as using the N word for an African American," said Mason. "Because it's a dehumanizing term and it's not based in science. The term would be a zygote, or an embryo, speaking of a unique individual." Mason is hoping the passage of the amendment will lead to the overturning of Roe v. Wade.
"It's a bad law," said Mason, referring to Roe v. Wade. "It was not based in reason. They ignored the concept of the pre-born child being a person."
That's simply insane. You aren't insulting a fertilized egg by referring to its status, and there is no one there to be insulted by your terminology. This Keith Mason wanker has no qualifications as a scientist — he seems to be little more than a self-appointed minister…which explains his propensity for lying.
We use the term "fertilized egg" all the time — so do farmers and grocers. I could show it to you in developmental biology textbooks.
While we use the term "fertilized egg" routinely, there is another term you won't find in any of the texts or on the lips of developmental biologists: "pre-born child". What a crock.