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No one should be forced to become a parent against her will, but this is not the situation we face with abortion.
Tim’s, Alan’s, and Brett’s October newsletters are now posted on the website:
If we can convince people our value comes not from the abilities we’re expressing at a particular moment in time but from the kind of being we are...then a case for universal intrinsic human value can be made.
The objection that pro-life advocates or organizations aren’t really pro-life because they don’t also advocate [fill in the blank] is one you’ll encounter. Scott Klusendorf responds to this "single issue objection" in The Case for Life:
Our popular quick-reference guides on tactics and same-sex marriage give succinct summaries of the arguments involved with each of those issues. And now we’ve put our quick-reference material into a nifty app for you—not just with text, but also with videos.
Scott Klusendorf spoke on “How to Make the Case for Life in a Post-Christian Culture” as part of Impact 360’s speaker series, and it’s a great video to watch and pass on to others. Here’s the encouragement Scott gives at the beginning:
As it’s the last day of the year, here are some posts from 2013 with ideas to help you make a study plan for 2014:
Here are some popular posts (measured by number of page views) you may have missed this year. Enjoy! 10. Truth, Conviction, and Jesus Are Relevant – A story about a youth-group-member-turned-atheist shows that attempts to be relevant are making us irrelevant by crowding out what makes Christianity unique.
I was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to join Right to Life of Central California at a recent Fresno City College training and outreach. The volunteers were trained in part by our former speaker, Steve Wagner of Justice for All, and they were experts at creating congenial conversations about abortion with the students passing by their exhibit (see a snapshot below from the free speech board they put up for people to post their opinions).
Today is the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade. In 2012, over a million human lives were ended through abortion in the United States, bringing the number of abortions up to 55 million since the Supreme Court decision in 1973.