Tag: apologetics

Using Rehumanizing Language to Discuss Abortion

I’ve had a few conversation about abortion this year where people have claimed that it’s twisting the definition of a child to use the word before birth. “It’s not a child, it’s a fetus! You’re twisting words, man. Child means

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Become a Pro-Life Jedi Master: Answering Common Arguments, The Chart

Yesterday, I highlighted the excellent advanced pro-life apologetics document from Scott Klusendof, but today I’d like to dig into the other link provided by that Brett Kunkle. Brett pointed out that Alan Shlemon from Stand to Reason posted an excellent

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Become a Pro-Life Jedi Master: Advanced Apologetics Training Available Online

Brett Kunkle says it better than I could: Last week Alan posted an excellent resource on answering pro-life objections.  This week Scott Klusendorf, founder and president of Life Training Institute and pro-life Jedi Master, makes available a 2569 page PDF

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Pro-choicer gets pwned

See this teenage pro-lifer take a pro-choicer on. Glad I’m on the right side of this debate!

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“Living is not an obligation.”

As an extension of our series on euthanasia and assisted suicide, we’re working our way through COLF‘s “quick answers to common arguments” document. This is argument number three. “Living is not an obligation. I don’t want to die hooked up

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“I want to die with dignity.”

As an extension of our series on euthanasia and assisted suicide, we’re diving into COLF‘s “quick answers to common arguments” document. Here’s argument number two. “I want to die with dignity.” There is nothing dignified about swallowing a pill or

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“It’s my life, my death, my freedom, my choice, my right!”

As an extension of last week’s series on euthanasia and assisted suicide, we’ll be diving into COLF‘s “quick answers to common arguments” document. This is the first argument. “It’s my life, my death, my freedom, my choice, my right!” Euthanasia

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Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide: Why Not?

This is the second post in our series on euthanasia and assisted suicide. Come see Alex Schadenberg speak at UofT tomorrow at 6pm in the SMC Senior Common Room for the highlight event. The Catholic Organization for Life and Family

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Video: Stephanie Gray on Pro-Life Apologetics

This is an old video (June 2007), but Stephanie Gray is a hero. It’s a great primer on pro-life apologetics with respect to abortion. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3gUJxiQqQVc&hl=en&fs=1&]

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Case for Life — A Pro-Life Resource (Five Bad Ways to Argue About Abortion)

I just found a great online resource: CaseForLife.com (via @ChrisTSlattery). It covers the Scott Klusendorf arguments I’ve been meaning to blog about for a while: the five pro-choice mistakes. Mistake #1: They confuse objective claims with subjective ones. Personal preference

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