Source: Live Action via YouTube “My body, my choice.” It’s one of the most common claims used to defend abortion. But what about the bodily rights of the preborn baby? In this video, Kirsten Watson explains how to respond to “My Body, My Choice” and reinforce the pro-life argument for…
Source: Fr. Mark Goring via YouTube Fr. Mark Goring discusses the values that Catholics should consider when voting for any political candidate. Are there non-negotiable Catholic moral imperatives that the Catholic Church teaches everyone to abide by, if they don’t want to fall into a state of ‘mortal sin’ when…
Maria Steen of the Iona Institute is a barrister, writer, mother, and a high-regarded commentator on pro-life issues, who regularly appears on national and international media programs as an effective and powerful debater for the right to life of pre-born children.
Modern accounts of personhood fail because they do not explain deep-seated moral intuitions about the value of human life.
The 2008 film The Boy in the Striped Pajamas (based on a novel of the same name) is a fictional story about the friendship between an eight-year-old son of a Nazi concentration camp officer and another eight-year-old who is one of the camp’s prisoners. The boy, named Bruno, thinks the camp is merely a farm and asks his father why the farmers “wear pajamas” (which are actually inmate uniforms). Bruno’s father begins his answer, ominously:
A new documentary on FX purports that Norma McCorvey, the plaintiff “Jane Roe” in the 1973 Roe v Wade Supreme Court decision that decriminalized abortion in all 50 states in all stages of pregnancy—lied about being pro-life after all.
The main irony of this is Norma was used as a trophy by the National Abortion Rights Action League, and by Texas law school graduate Sarah Weddington who trawled for pregnant women looking for abortions—and who successfully brought the case to the Supreme Court.
The abortion wars in America have come to dominate the political landscape. In today’s episode of The Van Maren Show, pro-life author and speaker Frederica Mathews-Green. Mathews-Green was a feminist who recalls driving a friend to New York from South Carolina to get an abortion. After college, Mathewes-Green had a profound conversion to Christianity and with time to the pro-life movement.
13:07: Daniel, Ohio
Q: Where do you draw the line?
Q: 22:38 – Mother’s choice?
29:20 Brad, off-air
Q: Are you willing to compromise on contraception to limit abortions?
Source: Life Institute via YouTube A Second Chance: why every woman deserves a chance to reverse the abortion pill. This powerful analogy between those who survived at the Golden Gate Bridge and the women who seek a second chance by reversing the abortion pill. #abortionreversal See more here: https://thelifeinstitute.net/campaign… Header…
Source: The Council of Trent on YouTube Trent examines the pro-choice arguments of Oliver Thorn over at Philosophy Tube, especially his criticism of Ben Shapiro using Judith Jarvis Thomson’s famous “Violinist” thought experiment. To support videos like this visit: www.trenthornpodcast.com Header image: Philosophy Tube on YouTube
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