lf the person you’re talking to doesn’t believe the unborn is a valuable human being, and you jump to a Holocaust comparison, you’re gonna have a bad time.
As pro-lifers, we should be concerned about changing minds rather than just “putting the truth out there.” The latter can seem appealing because it gives us a feeling of intensity we think is necessary for a moral battle. However, the more modest yet radical goal of persuasive dialogue can truly be an effective tool for cultural change.
Yes, people will hate you for your beliefs. But they might hate you if you’re a jerk, too.