COURSE PODCAST CLIP: Episode 7

Every other Wednesday we publish a new episode of the Equipped for Life Podcast, available to everyone who purchases our course, “Equipped for Life: A Fresh Approach to Conversations about Abortion.” Generally, these podcast episodes won’t be available to the general public, but we plan on releasing short clips from the episodes every Thursday, to give you a sense of what these podcasts are like.

In episode seven of the Equipped for Life Course Podcast, Josh interviews incoming staff member Rachel Crawford and Sarah Littlefield of Abortion Pill Reversal.

In these clips from the full episode, you’ll hear part of both interviews.

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COURSE PODCAST CLIP: Episode 6

Every other Wednesday we publish a new episode of the Equipped for Life Podcast, available to everyone who purchases our course, “Equipped for Life: A Fresh Approach to Conversations about Abortion.” Generally, these podcast episodes won’t be available to the general public, but we plan on releasing short clips from the episodes every Thursday, to give you a sense of what these podcasts are like.

In episode six of the Equipped for Life Course Podcast, Tim explains the problems with results-oriented reasoning, or evaluating decisions on the basis of the results.

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In these clips from the full episode, you’ll hear a brief summary of Tim’s argument and two thought-experiments illustrating the point.

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COURSE PODCAST CLIP: Episode 5

Every other Wednesday we publish a new episode of the Equipped for Life Podcast, available to everyone who purchases our course, “Equipped for Life: A Fresh Approach to Conversations about Abortion.” Generally, these podcast episodes won’t be available to the general public, but we plan on releasing short clips from the episodes every Thursday, to give you a sense of what these podcasts are like.

In episode five of the Equipped for Life Course Podcast, Tim gives a fuller explanation of the argument that I presented in the course about avoiding burden of proof shifts, and responds to counter-arguments.

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In this clip from the full episode, Tim explains a pragmatic reason to not be quick to shift the burden of proof and responds to a counter-argument.

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COURSE PODCAST CLIP: Episode 4

Every other Wednesday we publish a new episode of the Equipped for Life Podcast, available to everyone who purchases our course, “Equipped for Life: A Fresh Approach to Conversations about Abortion.” Generally, these podcast episodes won’t be available to the general public, but we plan on releasing short clips from the episodes every Thursday, to give you a sense of what these podcasts are like.

In episode four of the Equipped for Life Course Podcast, Jacob joins us again to talk about two areas related to training pro-life advocates to respond to the question of rape that we’ve changed our minds about.

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In this clip from the full episode, Tim and I explain one of the ways we’ve changed our mind and what that process looked like.

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COURSE PODCAST CLIP: Episode 3

Every other Wednesday we publish a new episode of the Equipped for Life Podcast, available to everyone who purchases our course, “Equipped for Life: A Fresh Approach to Conversations about Abortion.” Generally, these podcast episodes won’t be available to the general public, but we plan on releasing short clips from the episodes every Thursday, to give you a sense of what these podcasts are like.

In episode three of the Equipped for Life Course Podcast, Tim, Jacob, and I conclude our discussion of how to respond when people bite the bullet by discussing the examples of infanticide and moral relativism.

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In these clips from the full episode, Tim and I argue about whose approach to responding to relativists is more effective.