Transcript Recently a friend texted a meme to me that read: If a fetus is a person at 6 weeks pregnant, is that when child support starts? Is that also when you can’t deport the mother because she’s carrying a U.S. citizen? Can I insure a 6-week fetus and collect if I miscarry? Just figuring [...]
I open the floor for public Q&A after finishing almost every presentation. Some of the most frequently offered objections to the pro-life position during these periods are: “Abortion has always been around and making it illegal won’t stop that.” “If we make it illegal, we will just go back to the days when thousands of [...]
SG Jones | April 9, 2019 Renaissance physicist, mathematician, philosopher, and theologian Blaise Pascal once said: “People almost invariably arrive at their beliefs not on the basis of proof but on the basis of what they find attractive.” I think he is on to something here. By no means is Pascal saying that arguments and [...]
We all fail. We all stumble. We all invite ridicule. Some efforts are simply so important we must endure endure failure in order to get better at them. This is one of those things. Our most important job is to show up and press on in the face of discouragement.
The Peaceful Warrior is a Chinese story about an apprentice talking to his warrior master while walking through a garden. The apprentice asks his master if it wouldn’t be more peaceful to be a gardener and live among his plants and trees. The master responds, “Tending the garden is peaceful, but it doesn’t prepare us [...]