ERI Update – July 2018

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I recently sat in the conference room in our new office to give you an update on what’s been going on behind the scenes at Equal Rights Institute:

  • 01:41 – Sidewalk Counseling Course production update;
  • 02:58 – Why following us on Facebook and Twitter will help us publish books;
  • 07:18 – Introduction to my project to help pastors prevent abortions in their churches.

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“Inconsistent” is Different Than “Wrong”

Picture: An inconsistent red umbrella in a sea of black umbrellas.

Those of you who have spent any amount of time on social media lately know that political discourse has been particularly ugly in recent weeks. Ever since the controversy began over separating children from parents caught crossing the border illegally, there have been comments about what it means to be “pro-life.” My favorite tweet from the time of that controversy came from my colleague Rachel Crawford:

There are many worthwhile discussions to be had about immigration policy, but policing the term “pro-life” is not a prudent way to start one. [Tweet that!] There are good, compassionate, reasonable pro-life people of every political stripe. This is possible because being pro-life in regards to abortion is entirely consistent with all kinds of other positions all over the political spectrum.

Josh Brahm will be speaking on practical dialogue tips; the Equal Rights Argument, and understanding and responding to “My Body, My Choice” at University of California – Berkeley on September 8, 2018.

Many conversations surrounding abortion focus on the personhood of the unborn, but the strongest pro-choice arguments grant the entire pro-life case that the unborn is a full human being. They go on to claim that abortion should still be legal because women have a right to control their own bodies. Josh Brahm will explain how a comprehensive discussion about abortion needs to address more than just the humanity and personhood of the fetus, but also a woman’s right to her own bodily autonomy as it relates to pregnancy.

Speaker: Josh Brahm, President, Equal Rights Institute

This event has been sponsored by Pro-Life San Francsisco

Date:September 8, 2018
Time:8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Event:Josh Brahm: Understanding and Responding to “My Body, My Choice”
Sponsor: Pro-Life San Francisco
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Venue: University of California, Berkeley
Location:Dwinelle Hall 2594 Hearst Ave
Berkeley, CA 94720
Public:Public
Registration:Click here to register.

PODCAST: Back Alley Abortion in 5 Minutes

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Timothy Brahm explains how now more than ever, pro-choice advocates are turning to the back alley abortion argument. Watch this video to learn how to respond graciously and persuasively.

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