Here is a sample of what is available in the library; specifically from Brian Fisher in this case:
In order for the Bible to make the claim that Jesus was fully God and fully man at the same time, Christ had to be completely human. That meant that He had to develop as every other human develops—from conception. If He had come to earth as a teenager or an adult, we could claim that Jesus wasn’t truly human. If a human being today sprang into being as a child or a 10-year-old, we would all question her humanity. Is she an alien? Is she really alive? Is she some sort of clone?
No, Jesus came to earth through conception to prove His full humanity. We were all conceived. He was conceived. We all developed in the womb. He developed in the womb. We were all born. He was born....
The Incarnation—the conception of the very Son of God—is one of the most powerful reminders for the Christian to protect human life in all circumstances. After all, Jesus was not a blob of tissue in Mary’s womb; He was our Savior.
The piece the excerpt above is from can be read in its entirety here
Stand firm in Christ and firm for the preborn,