SPEECH: Why Every Teenager Should Be Equipped In Pro-Life Apologetics

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This is a speech and Q&A session I gave at a homeschool conference in Atlanta this year. I describe what it’s currently like to be a pro-life student on a college campus as well as the concepts that teenagers should be equipped in before they graduate high school.

After the speech I answered these questions:

  1. 50:09: When do you tell your kids about abortion?
  2. 54:17: What are your thoughts about sidewalk counseling ministry?

During Q&A I spontaneously talked about what youth pastors can do to prevent abortions in their churches because there was at least one youth pastor in the audience. That part starts at 52:34.

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PODCAST: Summarizing the Strongest Evidence That PP is Selling, Not Donating

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Josh Brahm reads a piece he wrote two summers ago summarizing the strongest four arguments from the CMP videos that Planned Parenthood is selling, not donating, baby body parts.

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PODCAST: Our Experience at the OMSI Prenatal Exhibit Displaying Real Preserved Children

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Pictures and a description of the OMSI prenatal development exhibit, whether we think it should exist, and how grief should be balanced in our work.

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PODCAST: Recognizing the Root Problem

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There’s another common reason that I change topics from abortion to something else: I discover that there is something more seriously wrong with their view than that they are pro-choice about abortion. Sometimes you can’t realistically make progress on abortion unless you deal with something else first.

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