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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 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.

Clinton and Aaron begin a two-part series. They begin by discussing bodily rights arguments and the different things someone can mean when they say "my body, my choice." They also discuss some of the arguments against the idea that a... more

Clinton is joined by Stephen Wagner, director of Justice for All, about his book Common Ground Without Compromise. They will talk about why finding common ground with abortion-choice advocates is so important.

Clinton and Nathan are joined by their guest, Christopher Kaczor, to talk about his book The Ethics of Abortion.

Nathan and Clinton talk about Clinton's recent debate with Matt Dillahunty in Dallas over whether or not we have a right to die. Here's the link on YouTube where you can watch the debate:... more

Clinton and Nathan interview Patrick Lee about his book Abortion and Unborn Human Life.

Clinton interviews Rebekah Valerius of Mama Bear Apologetics on how to talk about abortion with your children.

Clinton and Aaron finish off their series by critiquing Willie Parker's theological statements from his recent book ?Life's Work: A Moral Argument for Choice?.

Clinton and Aaron turn now to Parker's philosophical statements and respond to them. Books mentioned in this episode: Life's Work: A Moral Argument for Choice by Willie Parker The Case for Life by Scott Klusendorf The Ethics of... more

Clinton and Aaron begin a three-part series on Willie Parker by responding to the scientific claims in his book. Books mentioned: Life's Work: A Moral Argument for Choice by Willie Parker

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