I don’t often talk about this subject because there is almost no way of doing so without coming across judgmental and harsh. I don’t want to alienate anyone and it’s a super tough subject, but in the interest of truth and facing the ugly facts head on, I must address this at least one time and then I will leave it alone. I want to debunk just two of the myths that are floating around and readily believed by most people and doctors.
Myth 1: It was only 2 abortions, done in the 1960’s.
There are two fetuses in circulation in vaccines now.
- MRC-5: “MRC-5 (Medical Research Council cell strain 5) is a diploid human cell culture line composed of fibroblasts derived from lung tissue of a 14 week old aborted Caucasian male fetus,” and was aborted for “psychiatric reasons”. 
- WI-38: “WI-38 is a diploid human cell line composed of fibroblasts derived from lung tissue of a 3-month-gestation aborted female fetus.” [3, 4]
Source for the above here.
What is not mentioned is how many abortions had to take place to obtain these two in circulation now.
We’re also forgetting the abortion that had to take place to collect the rubella virus in the first place.  And how many abortions had to take place to comb through the women exposed in that outbreak until they actually found a fetus that was positive for rubella. If you’re wondering how many, the answer is 27, which is why the fetal tissue ended up with the name Wistar RA 27/3 (Wistar Institute where these studies were performed, R-rubella A-abortus, 27-27th aborted fetus, 3-3rd tissue used from fetus). [6, 7, 8]
One study alone, done by Dr Plotkin (the maker of the rubella vaccine) sacrificed 76 babies to get their cultures. His admission under oath is available on youtube.  His entire 9 hour deposition is available as well, which I highly recommend everyone listening to, if you can stomach it. 
Abortions for vaccines (and other pharmaceutical products) are ongoing.
Walvax 2 is a 3 month aborted female fetus who was ultimately selected from 9 aborted babies and is proposed to replace the current cells in vaccines because they are wearing out and there is a concern for “tumerogenicity”. [11, 12] Walvax 2 was aborted using the “waterbag” method (in China, because it is illegal here) to ensure the baby was born alive to maintain viability of the organs.  And this was all published in 2015, not the 1960’s.
There are the leaked Planned Parenthood recordings. 
When Trump removed funding for fetal tissues last year, this quote appeared in an article going over the details, “And scientists around the country denounced the decision, saying that fetal tissue still was critically needed for research on HIV vaccines, treatments that harness the body’s immune system to battle cancer, and a list of other health threats…” 
Myth #2: Even if they used aborted fetal cells to make the vaccine, it doesn’t end up in the final product.
Even Paul Offit admits this is untrue, which is so surprising to me. 
There’s this from the CDC vaccine exipient and media summary where John Hopkins put a list together of all the ingredients (besides the antigens) in each vaccine:
If you look at package inserts for these vaccines containing fetal DNA, most of them still list “residual components” in the description section of the final product. 
As I’ve said before, there is no third party laboratory testing before a vaccine is licensed, but last year, a third party lab inspected the MMRV Priorix Tetra vaccine with the latest technology available, and the results were so problematic I have a hard time talking about it. From an entire male genome, to adventitious (contaminant) viruses exceeding the amount of the rubella virus, to chemical contaminants, most of which were unknown. 
A detailed description of the genome found in the vaccine was published and it is very worrying, especially for mutagenicity (cancer), and autoimmunity, both of which are on the rise in children. 
Dr Theresa Deischer of Sound Choice Laboratories (a stem cell scientist and specialist in genetics) wrote a detailed report on these results with the potential problems with having human fetal DNA injected into our children.  She coauthored a study looking at the correlation between autism and the use of fetal DNA in vaccines,  and she has also written an open letter to legislators (in more easy-to-understand language) detailing her concerns.  If watching a video is easier than reading science, here is a clip of her talking about the subject.  This is an expert in her field, being very vocal about the potential problems, and she is being ignored across the board. Where is the “better safe than sorry” attitude we’re used to when it comes to the FDA and other government agencies who would micromanage everything we put into our bodies from vitamins and herbs to essential oils?
What I think is the most telling in all of this, though, is the response from the other side. There are a large amount of anonymous, AstroTurf blogs out there who have a 100% rate of “debunking” every “antivaxxer trope” and the smooth transition from the claim that vaccines absolutely do not contain aborted fetal DNA to the claim that this DNA is nothing to worry about and these stupid “antivaxxers” are just trying to scare you, was seamless.  This transition just happened in October of last year, right after the Corvelva report really started circulating social media, incidentally. I find it revealing of where we are as a society, when someone named Skeptical Raptor gets posted over and over on Facebook as we rationalize our stance, while the scientists, concerned parents, and actual scientific data/reports are largely ignored.
Disclaimer: what you decide is between you and God. I am not saying that you can’t be a Christian and vaccinate, or that you can’t be pro-life and vaccinate. There are many who do. Heck, I got the MMR just a few years ago in nursing school and never once looked into it, thought about it, or suffered any guilt. I didn’t know, of course, and once I did, I have changed my practices accordingly, but this is an issue where I’m not going to judge if you come to a conclusion I haven’t thought of and decide that vaccinating with these particular vaccines is worth the potential risk along with being at peace with it for yourself and your children. I’m not saying that everyone will reach the conclusions I have come to, and that is perfectly fine!
All I want is for your decision to be made based on facts. For it to be something you are fully informed about and that you have weighed the pros and cons thoroughly and are at peace with your decision. There is much misinformation on this topic and we must search out the truth and base our choices on that instead of what might sound convenient. I write this with all love and hope, praying that God will lead you as you make these choices for your children, regardless of what those choices end up being. ❤