I asked my daughter if’s he could get challenges and questions from her peers at Kennesaw State University, and she delivered in person. MJ Watts joins us to discuss questions surrounding life of the mother, the foster care system, abortion in cases of rape, and many others. [...]
Season 2 Episode 7 The Weird Abortion Analogies Episode 00:00 Intro This Episode was lost between the cracks of editing and starts off declaring itself a Barbie freezone, an announcement that made more sense when it was recorded. 02:30 Otters are predators revisited. The jokes about them stealing [...]
In the last post we discussed just who in the abortion argument is forcing odd views of human value on whom. Pro-life claims enjoy at least two obvious advantages over views supporting abortion which dehumanize the embryo and fetus; they are more simple claims and more inclusive claims. Neither of these advantages is dependent [...]
The New York Times recently published an opinion essay from Mary Zigler, Florida State University law professor and author of “Abortion and the Law in America: Roe v. Wade to the Present" titled, “Anti-Abortion Groups Once Portrayed Women as Victims. That’s Changing.” Ziegler claims that opponents of legal abortion have gravitated away from offering legislation grounded in arguments framing women as additional victims of abortion.
Emailed Question: I believe that children who die before the age of accountability will go straight to heaven and spend eternity with God. There can be no greater happiness and no greater 'good' than spending eternity in heaven. After the age of accountability, I believe one must ask forgiveness of sins and accept Jesus Christ [...]