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Today marks the 37th year since Roe v. Wade gave the Constitution's right to privacy a new meaning. Abortion remains legal in all 50 states, throughout all nine months of pregnancy, and for virtually any reason.
Some say what I did was crazy. I was standing alone on a stage at Central Michigan University. My job was simple: Present the pro-life view and then debate any challengers from the audience. Simple? Yes. Easy? Not entirely, but I’ll tell you how I made the engagement more manageable in a moment.
My friend Josh Brahm, over at Right to Life of Central California and Life Report, is offering to shut down his pro-life YouTube channel if someone can successfully make an argument from science proving that the unborn is not a human being. You have to watch the video at his YouTube channel for the details to his challenge.
...at the University of California, San Diego. It was the same event I blogged about the other day. In that blog post, I mentioned how I was able to have calm and productive conversations with pro-choice students about abortion in front of a provocative exhibit. Sure, I was able to do that, but can we train other Christians to do it? Absolutely!
...at the University of California, San Diego and asked them what they thought of abortion. They were walking by an abortion exhibit that Justice For All (WARNING: graphic pictures at that site, but not on the linked page) had set up in the center of campus. Of course, all of them said abortion should remain legal. So, what was my job? Try to persuade them that abortion is immoral because it kills an innocent child…without getting in a fight.
Ashley –A friend was trying to convince me that abortion is no different than taking someone off life-support.
It was an advocacy and argumentation class at the University of Southern California's Annenberg School for Communication. Every student, whether pro-life or pro-choice (I think the professor said that maybe two were pro-life), was required to argue against my position.