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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 and Nathan are joined by Patrick Lee to discuss his book Abortion and Unborn Human Life.

Clinton interviews Rebekah Valerius and Cathryn Buse 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

Clinton examines an open letter by an organization called Having Kids, petitioning Prince William and Duchess Kate not to have a third child. The open letter:... more

Clinton takes a look at the misguided relief efforts of pro-abortion organization Lilith Fund.

Clinton and Nathan talk about how to engage with arguments intellectually and how to tell when someone is simply making an emotional appeal.

Clinton addresses the fallacious arguments made against the Sanctity of Human Life Act by Ken Burrows, writing for The Humanist. Articles mentioned in this episode: "Politicians Playing God," Ken Burrows, The Humanist:... more

Clinton and Nathan discuss the pro-life syllogism, what goes into making an argument, and how to appropriately respond to an argument. Books mentioned in this episode: Critical Thinking: An Introduction to Analytical Reading and... more

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