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Alan responds to the challenge that if abortion is made illegal, women will die from dangerous, back alley abortions.
An acorn is not an oak tree. A chicken egg is not a chicken. Silk is not a dress. A fertilized egg is not a person. Alan responds to this challenge offered by some abortion-choice advocates.
Alan responds to a recent flowchart claiming that Christians oppose same-sex marriage because they think homosexuality is sinful.
Alan responds to the challenge that men shouldn't be allowed to say anything about abortion because it's a woman's issue.
Alan responds to the challenge that Leviticus 17:11 teaches that life is in the blood of a creature and, therefore, killing a human embryo before it has blood is permissible.
Alan responds to a challenge pertaining to same-sex marriage. If marriage is really about children, then doesn't it follow that heterosexual couples who can't (or don't plan to) have kids shouldn't be allowed to marry?
Alan answers this week's challenge: Intelligent design is not science.
Alan responds to the common challenge that intelligent design is just a God-of-the-gaps explanation.
Alan responds to the challenge that a human embryo without a brain is not alive and, consequently, can be be killed. Alan answers this week's challenge.
Alan responds to the challenge that the fetus is not a person if it doesn't have a brain.