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Josh, Tim, and Rachel answer more questions from Ian McGinniss, the president of Dukes for Life at James Madison University.
- 00:00: Is A Quiet Place a pro-life movie?
- 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 all three of 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? How would you handle those issues yourself?
- 23:43: How would you describe the difference between legality and morality, especially for Christians who sometimes think that everything that is morally wrong should be against the law?
- 30:59: What do you do when you’re talking to a passive listener who doesn’t really want to explain their beliefs?
- Timothy Brahm for the ERI Blog: Thanos Would be Pro-Choice
- Timothy Brahm for the ERI Blog: Pro-Lifers Aren’t “Forcing” Women to Stay Pregnant
- Rachel Crawford for the ERI Blog: Stop Using “Trust Women” as an Abortion Trump Card
- Timothy Brahm for the ERI Blog: On Virtue-Signaling
- Josh Brahm for the ERI Blog: My Pro-Life Journey Began in Front of This Abortion Facility
- Amazon: Politically Correct Death: Answering the Arguments for Abortion Rights by Dr. Francis Beckwith
- Alliance Defending Freedom’s Legal Request Page | 1-800-835-5233
- Equipped for Life Podcast: Responding to Free Speech Violations on Campus – An Interview with Casey Mattox from Alliance Defending Freedom
- Timothy Brahm for the ERI Blog: Dialogue Tip: Tell Them That They Can’t Offend You
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