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When Baby Saybie was born at 23 weeks weighing 8.6 ounces, her birth and survival challenged abortion-choice advocacy in four ways that can be easily remembered by the acronym S.L.E.D.
With the advancement of science, we’ve entered a new era of biotechnology where we’re increasingly experimenting on humans, jeopardizing the most vulnerable lives in our society
Those who say pro-lifers want the government to "regulate a woman's body" are missing three important points.
Even if you persuasively and graciously share the truth and the person rejects your point, I’d still say you succeeded 100%. This is why.
Here's an example of using questions to show the immorality of abortion.
How do you create confidence in Christians who are able to share their pro-life convictions with anyone? Here’s a hint: It takes a lot more than a lecture, but it’s worth it. That’s what I did this summer with 45 high school students on the pro-life mission.
A transcript from the Stand to Reason broadcast April 6, 2016 Listen to the podcast...
He thought he had me. I had presented a scientific case against abortion, but then he popped the question: “Wait a minute…are you a Christian?” “Yes,” I answered. “I get it,” he said, “It’s your religious beliefs that drive your thinking. The only reason you’re against abortion is because you’re a Christian.”
Social justice is trendy nowadays. Homelessness. Poverty. Human trafficking. It’s cool to care about these social ills, even among non-Christians. Curiously absent from the list is abortion. Indeed, many people complain that Christians focus too much on unborn babies and not enough on born people. Jesus said nothing about abortion, but said plenty about the poor and the hungry. So why do I talk about abortion so much.
Here's why the abortion-choice argument is unjust discrimination: The S.L.E.D. test originally comes from Stephen Schwarz in the first chapter of his book, The Moral Question of Abortion.