PODCAST: Abortion Images: A Case for Disagreement without Division

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I read an article that represents the one time we’ve gone public with our thoughts about one of the most divisive topics within the pro-life movement. Every single one of our staff has personally seen people change their minds because of graphic abortion images, and yet we don’t put them on signs. In this article I explain what our reasoning is as well as some suggestions for talking about this issue without being divisive.

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Former Director of Training

Timothy Brahm was formerly the Director of Training at Equal Rights Institute. He is interested in helping pro-life and pro-choice people to have better dialogues about abortion through 1) taking care to understand what the other person means, 2) using more carefully-constructed arguments, and 3) treating each other with care and respect. He graduated from Biola University with a B.A. in philosophy and is a perpetual member of the Torrey Honors Institute.

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