An excellent infographic makes clear the problems caused by poor sex education.
What do Christians say to these arguments? Here are yet more responses to the pro-choice position, with my rebuttals.
Ray Comfort’s “180” documentary spends surprisingly little time arguing against abortion, and no time making coherent, intellectual arguments against abortion. What it does talk about is predictable.
Why would I want to improve the stance of the pro-life position? Because there’s actually a lot of common ground, and we’re missing the chance to work together.
What do Christians say to these arguments? Here are 16 responses to my pro-choice position, with rebuttals (part 2 of 2).
Today is Blog for Choice Day, the 39th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court’s decision that made abortion legal in the U.S. Let’s ask why it seems to always be men advancing the pro-choice position. Does it seem too convenient that the group that’s not directly inconvenienced by pregnancy is the one pushing it?
What do Christians say to my arguments? Here are 16 responses to my pro-choice position, with my rebuttals (part 1 of 2).
God has no problem killing men, women, and children, so what’s the big deal? There’s no prohibition against abortion in the Bible. And that “thou shalt not murder” thing? It’s not even in the Ten Commandments.
If pregnancy wasn’t that big a deal, we could just let the pro-life movement have their way. But it is a big deal. “Just put the baby up for adoption” doesn’t work, and the woman who takes an unplanned child to term is changed forever. She needs the chance to opt out.
Pro-life advocates claim that a single cell and a newborn are both “babies.” Let’s test that claim with five pro-choice arguments that appeal to the emotional or intuitive side of the brain rather than the intellectual.
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