No, what a nominally Christian church does in that case is demonstrate a total failure to recognize what Scripture has to say about the nature of human life, or at the very least subordinating it over a faux "equality" priority that is actually just a way to, in most circumstances, just avoid the most obvious and predictable consequence of other behavior that is also pretty sinful (seeing as far and away most abortions are by unwed women for non-health, non-rape, non-incest related reasons of pure convenience). Again, and mostly so I don't get fed into some strawman, that which might be the least Christian thing need not be the most socially disruptive thing or the most socially visible thing. So I'd stick with what I said -- liveborn children victims of abuse at least have some agency, some hope, be it subjective or objective, of intercession by some other responsible party. The unborn child has nothing but her mother, no hope of a substitute or of rescue or mercy from any interested party. The unborn child has only a mother that will care for and protect her or that will do the other thing.