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Pro-Life Thinking

Pro-Life Thinking

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Clinton, Aaron, and Nathan from Life Training Institute take a gracious, winsome, and persuasive look at the abortion issue.

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Clinton will be talking with Michael Buratovich, a professor of biochemistry, about stem cell research and his book The Stem Cell Epistles.

Clinton and Nathan interview embryologist Dr. Maureen Condic about human development, including some of the objections abortion-choice advocates occasionally raise against the science of embryology.

Scott Klusendorf, president of Life Training Institute, recently gave a talk at CSU San Marcos about what makes us human and what makes us valuable as human beings. We present this talk, in its entirety, including audience Q&A. Books... more

Clinton and Nathan discuss Mary Anne Warren's personhood criteria from her essay "On the Moral and Legal Status of Abortion." Books mentioned in the podcast: Abortion and Unborn Human Life by Patrick Lee Defending Life: A... more

Clinton and Nathan hosted a Facebook Live interview with Scott Klusendorf, president of Life Training Institute and author of Pro-Life 101: A Step-By-Step Guide to Making Your Case Persuasively, Stand for Life: Answering the Call,... more

Clinton talks a bit about clergy blessing abortion clinics. The pastors who blessed the clinic in Washington, D.C. in... more

Clinton talks about a vote to protect late-term fetuses from 20 weeks on, fetuses that can likely feel pain. The Washington Post... more

Clinton and Aaron discuss an abortion-choice thought experiment recently brought up by science fiction author, Patrick S. Tomlinson, on Twitter. If you're in a burning IVF lab which is going up in flames, who would you rescue, assuming... more

Clinton and Nathan interview Nancy Pearcey, author of Love Thy Body: Answering Hard Questions About Life and Sexuality. This books covers a host of social issues concerning us today.

Clinton and Aaron talk about two of the lesser known analogies from Judith Jarvis Thomson's "A Defense of Abortion" essay, the example of the burglar and the people-seeds.

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