PODCAST: Sometimes It’s Not about the Argument

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In my early pro-life apologetics days I tended to think that changing someone’s mind about abortion was primarily about making good arguments, being clear, being fast on your feet, and maybe having a little bit of relational skill. The more that I actually have dialogue with other people, the more I realize that it’s the opposite. Changing someone’s mind about abortion involves primarily relational work with a little argument thrown in there.

This piece came out of my processing this reality and deciding to expand on the idea.

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Director of Training

Timothy Brahm is 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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