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The discussion podcast of Equal Rights Institute, a national organization that trains pro-life advocates think clearly, reason honestly, and argue persuasively. If you’re looking for clear pro-life thinking, cutting-edge apologetics, and a fresh approach to abortion dialogue, you’ve come to the right place.

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The discussion podcast of Equal Rights Institute, a national organization that trains pro-life advocates think clearly, reason honestly, and argue persuasively. If you’re looking for clear pro-life thinking, cutting-edge apologetics, and a fresh approach to abortion dialogue, you’ve come to the right place.

    #39: One Thing Every Pastor Can Do to Prevent Abortions in Their Congregation

    #39: One Thing Every Pastor Can Do to Prevent Abortions in Their Congregation

    Josh Brahm was invited to address a group of future clergy as well as some of those who train clergy at a Lutheran Seminary during his last speaking tour in Canada. Josh focused his talk on what pastors and priests can do to prevent abortions in their congregations. He then took questions from the audience.

    Four months later he published this article on the subject, and we would strongly encourage you to share it on social media so we can spread the word about this idea!

    • 36 min
    #38: Reddit Responds to Tim's Bodily Rights Article

    #38: Reddit Responds to Tim's Bodily Rights Article

    Josh stumbled upon a pro-choice Reddit thread reacting to Tim’s Autumn in the Sovereign Zone article and decided to get Tim and Rachel’s spontaneous responses live on the podcast.

    Afterward, they talk about how to respond to people who say that it’s only wrong to take Thalidomide if the mother is going to have an abortion anyway because then they’re not really causing suffering to this “potential person.”

    • 1 hr 27 min
    #37: Response to Pro-Choice Propaganda

    #37: Response to Pro-Choice Propaganda

    Josh, Tim, and Rachel respond to a pro-choice video on illegal abortions in El Salvador.

    The show begins with a discussion of our favorite Pixar movies. If you want to get straight to the main topic, you can skip to 10:23 in the episode.

    • 1 hr 31 min
    #36: Evaluating Don Marquis’ Future of Value Argument

    #36: Evaluating Don Marquis’ Future of Value Argument

    Josh, Tim, and Rachel answer more questions from Ian McGinniss, the president of Dukes for Life at James Madison University.

    Questions:
    01:02: What do you guys think is the distribution of pro-choice beliefs on campus?
    14:20: What is your take on the Don Marquis Future of Value Argument against abortion?
    58:07: Do you think there is a way to restructure the Marquis argument into one that’s more interactive?

    • 1 hr
    #35: Responding to “You Want to Force Women to Stay Pregnant”

    #35: Responding to “You Want to Force Women to Stay Pregnant”

    Josh, Tim, and Rachel answer more questions from Ian McGinniss, the president of Dukes for Life at James Madison University.

    02:28: What is your approach when pro-choice people say that they don’t want to be forced to stay pregnant?
    09:12: How did you get involved in the pro-life movement?
    20:24: What would you say to groups who are dealing with pushback from their campus administration about doing pro-life events?
    23:43: How would you describe the difference between legality and morality?

    • 35 min
    #34: How to Respond to Extreme Skeptics

    #34: How to Respond to Extreme Skeptics

    Josh, Tim, and Rachel answer questions from Ian McGinniss, the president of Dukes for Life at James Madison University.

    8:56: How long do your outreach conversations usually last?
    11:18: How would you describe ERI’s approach to dialogue?
    15:02: Is it intellectually honest to start with one conclusion to bring us to another? For example, in the Equal Rights Argument, it is assumed that infants are persons.
    35:28: How do you initially respond when you realize that you’re talking to an extreme skepti

    • 1 hr 3 min

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