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This week on the Explicitly Pro-Life Podcast, Kristan Hawkins is joined by Phelim McAleer, to discuss the case of Dr. Gosnell. Gosnell was an abortionist in Philadelphia from 1979 to 2010 until he was put on trial and convicted of manslaughter. The court case caught the eye of Phelim, who was a journalist at the time, and was shocked by what he saw. Although he did not consider himself to be pro-life, he took on the story. In this episode, McAleer shares his powerful testimony and what lead him to not only cover the Gosnell story as a journalist when no on else would, but produce a movie about him.
Abortion is one of the most divisive topics in society today. The abortion debate is one of those things that seems impossible for either side to ever agree on, and that's because it's hard for Pro-Lifers to understand the Pro-Choice mindset & vice versa.Alex Clark sits down with Josh Brahm, President of the Equal Rights Institute, to break down pro-abortion arguments and arm Pro-Lifers with the arsenal they need to debate Pro-Choicers. Josh answers the hardest abortion questions to debate.Check out the Equal Rights Institute at www.EqualRightsInstitute.com, dedicated to equipping the pro-life movement to argue intelligently, honestly, and persuasively about abortion.Listen to The Spillover on Apple Podcasts and Spotify every Thursday night at 9:00 PM PST/12:00 AM EST and on TPUSA Live every Friday at 3:30 PM PST!
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Tonight, on It's Real Talk Radio, we will be talking Pro-Life vs Pro-Choice and abortion laws. Pro-Life vs Pro-Choice are some of the most standout political debates from the right and left wings with Liberals being mostly Pro-Choice while Conservatives are mostly Pro-Life and believe when we say these debates get heated! The left and the right can never agree to disagree when it comes to the passionate topic. Liberals are judging Conservatives for trying to tell women with to do with their bodies and Conservatives are judging Liberals for supporting child murder. Most of us know multiple women who have either strongly considered or have actually went through with abortion. It's a very touchy subject from all perspectives and it does raise the question of are abortions morally ethical? If not, then why not and if so, then the next question would be "At what stage of pregnancy is a fetus considered to be a life?" The next question would be if you consider this fetus to be a life, do you consider abortion at that stage to be murder? We know this is tough to talk about and if you're a compassionate person, you probably feel it in your stomach but these are serious life issues that many women face on the daily. Statistics show that the abortion rate has been on a steady decline, between states implementing tough abortion laws, abortion clinics being shut down and women genuinely getting pregnant less, abortion rates are down significantly compared to 1990, when there were an estimated 1.4 million abortions in the united States, alone. You see videos of pro-lifers protesting and speaking out against the abortion clinics and the patience who go to these clinics to have their procedures. You'll even see some protesters pleading with pregnant women to not go through with it. Well tonight we'll be discussing these issues and sharing our own personal views on this sensitive topic. Call In # 563-999-3434
Straight from the rabbit hole, the man the myth the Moe. Moe Factz. Now sit back, and pour yourself some Moe Shine. One for the ages, the podcaster who can leave your floor stuck to the jaw, Moe joins Behind The Sch3m3s to breakdown the age old debate: Pro Choice vs Anti Choice. He takes us down hole after hole exploring the binary schemes that bind us together. The rap group formally known as Boo n' Lavish cut straight lines of truth as we have an honest and empathetic conversation about the natural unnaturalness. Or was it unnatural naturalness? Second 2nd Half of Show, Lavish discusses how the FBI likely founded the Black Panthers, and Boo-Bury starts a pyramid scheme trying to fund money to buy murder houses. You ain't gonna steal my joy, make it happen for a reason, and... Enjoy Every Sandwich. BYO3-DG Check Out Everything Moe Factz Here! Call in and leave your Scream-Mail on the Cr33p Phone! 612-263-SXXY ZOSO'S CORNER (Show Notes) If you like what you heard here, check out our revue show! ms. informed NAtion Follow us on Social Sesame at FeedBag (Facebook), Insta-Groan (Instagram) and The Twits (Twitter)! @behindthesch3m3s https://www.behindthesch3m3s.com/
Earlier this month, more than 600 cities across the United States hosted “Women's Marches for Reproductive Rights.” These marches were prompted by the Texas Heartbeat Act, the Mississippi Supreme Court challenge to Roe v. Wade and other state abortion restrictions. But while these marches claimed to speak for women, they were profoundly anti-woman. Tune in to learn 5 reasons the Women's March for Reproductive Rights was misogynistic.
Even the “best” pro-choice arguments suck. Why? Because, as it turns out, defending the indefensible is actually quite difficult to do. However, these pro-choice arguments are heralded as the magic bullet in destroying pro-lifers. We will lay waste to the best arguments the pro-choice movement can offer. Save this evergreen episode and re-listen to make your pro-life apologetic bulletproof. Date: 10/11/21 To help UnAborted create more pro-life content and take our content to the streets, become a Patron of the show at https://www.patreon.com/unaborted To help Seth reach more high school and college students through pro-life presentations around the country, become a monthly supporter at https://prolifetraining.com/donate/
"Can you explain what pro-choice means and pro-life means? When my family talks about abortion I think they're saying “pro-choice” and “pro-life” wrong, but I'm not sure. The pro-choice and pro-life labels are confusing for a reason: They force people into just two boxes for all their religious, moral, political, and practical beliefs on abortion. Still, a lot of people use these labels (like your fam). Below, we'll nail down what most people intend when they say “pro-life” and “pro-choice,” plus our suggestions for better words to use when describing your views on abortion. Pro-Life vs. Pro-Choice Generally, people who identify as pro-choice believe that everyone has the basic human right to decide when and whether to have children. When you say you're pro-choice you're telling people that you believe it's OK for them to have the ability to choose abortion as an option for an unplanned pregnancy — even if you wouldn't choose abortion for yourself. People who oppose abortion often call themselves pro-life. However, the only life many of them are concerned with is the life of the fertilized egg, embryo, or fetus. They are much less concerned about the life of women who have unintended pregnancies or the welfare of children after they're born. In fact, many people who call themselves “pro-life” support capital punishment (AKA the death penalty) and oppose child welfare legislation. The black-and-white labels of “pro-life” and “pro-choice” pit people against each other, as if they're on two different teams. But we agree more than we disagree: A majority of Americans believe abortion should be legal, and they support the right to access abortion. We Say “Pro-Reproductive Rights” and “Anti-Abortion” To be more clear and inclusive with our word choices, we at Planned Parenthood say “pro-reproductive rights” and “anti-abortion” to describe people's beliefs about abortion access. The pro-reproductive rights and anti-abortion labels leave room for a variety of beliefs, while focusing on access to abortion specifically. “Accessing” abortion means having the ability to afford it, physically get to an abortion provider, and other factors that allow you to exercise your right to abortion care." --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/support
"A federal judge late Wednesday temporarily blocked enforcement of a Texas law that bans most abortions, delivering an early victory to the Biden administration in its legal challenge to the law. In a 113-page order, U.S. District Judge Robert Pitman of Austin said the law is an "offensive deprivation of such an important right" and said state actors, including judges and court clerks, can no longer enforce its provisions. "A person's right under the Constitution to choose to obtain an abortion prior to fetal viability is well established," Pitman wrote. "Fully aware that depriving its citizens of this right by direct state action would be flagrantly unconstitutional, (Texas) contrived an unprecedented and transparent statutory scheme to do just that." One hour after his ruling was released, the state notified Pitman that it planned to file an appeal with the U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals. The case could eventually make its way to the U.S. Supreme Court, which previously declined to intervene and stop the law from going into effect on Sept. 1. State officials including Gov. Greg Abbott and Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton did not immediately react to the ruling." "The law prohibits most abortions after six weeks of pregnancy and allows any private individual to sue abortion providers or those who aid and abet procedures that violate the law. Successful litigants can collect $10,000. Pitman said "people seeking abortions face irreparable harm when they are unable to access abortions" and that temporarily blocking Texas' law from going into effect would allow abortions to proceed "at least for some subset of affected individuals." --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/support
Monsignor talks about the importance of servant leadership in our lives and ways that we can make that the focus in our daily decisions. Eric reacts to the recent decision to obstruct the new Texas Abortion law and unpacks the desperation of the Pro-choice movement to act swiftly since the end of Roe vs Wade […] All show notes at Monsignor James Shea, Importance of Servant Leadership; Eric Scheidler, Pro-life Reaction to Pro-choice Rallies - This podcast produced by Relevant Radio
We're basic bitching about some important life lessons after Ange attempts to go to church, and Producer Char brings Prime Rib leftovers on a plane. Trust us, it's more traumatic (and hilarious!) then it sounds. And then we cap off the episode with an interview from Sundance 2021 with two of our favorite guests, director duo extraordinaire Betsy West and Julie Cohen. Their documentary, My Name is Pauli Murray, is available to stream on Amazon, and to watch in select theaters near you. This is one of our favorite documentaries of the year about a woman who was born in 1910, and has been a trailblazer for everything we're still fighting for today, including women's rights, the LGBTQ community, and Black Lives Matter. Support independent filmmakers and learn about this incredible person!You can follow director Julie Cohen on TwitterYou can follow director Betsy West on Instagram and TwitterThanks for listening and for your support! We couldn't have reached 600 episodes without your help! --Be well, stay safe, Black Lives Matter, AAPI Lives Matter, and thank you for being vaxxed!--SUPPORT US HERE!Subscribe to our channel on YouTube for behind the scenes footage!Rate and review us wherever you listen to podcasts!Visit our website! www.bitchtalkpodcast.comFollow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.Listen every other Thursday 9:30 - 10 am on BFF.FMPOWERED BY GO-TO Productions
State Senator Lena Gonzalez reacts to the recently-enacted, controversial Texas abortion law and its potential to further threaten women's reproductive rights across the country...and highlights her ongoing legislative efforts to ensure California remains a strong, reproductive freedom state. Please click here for a closed-captioned version of this episode!
Is abortion ever necessary to save the life of the mother? Abortion supporters think so…and strangely, so do some pro-lifers. You even see pro-life legislation that carves out an exception for when the abortion is intended to save the life of a mother. On this episode, we discuss why the “life of the mother” exception is a wolf in sheep's clothing.
Shelley is a clinical psychologist and second-wave feminist who's been fighting for our rights since the 70s. She was an early beneficiary of Roe vs Wade, which legalised abortion in the US, and chose to be sterilised at 21. Now that she's 65, it was a pleasure to look back with her over an action-packed life, to see how far we've come in the struggle for gender equality and bodily autonomy... and why we're still fighting! Shelley was the perfect person to speak to about the question of whether to have kids or not, as she's helped many women think through their options, and her example lights the way for anyone interested in taking the road less-travelled. If you're curious about the childfree choice, this one's packed full of advice and insights that could help your decision. And if you've made up your mind, this episode will give you an absolute icon to look up to! We are Childfree was just named Childfree Group of the Year!Find out when the We are Childfree online community launches at wearechildfree.com
Print Bulletin Prelude – Jean Herrera Adam: God be with you. All: And also with you. Welcome – Adam Lighting of the Peace Candle – David and Ellery All: We pray for peace in our hearts, in our homes, in our communities, in our nations, and in our worlds. Meditation – Why the United Church of Christ Is Pro-Choice Passing of the… The post Why the United Church of Christ is Pro-Choice appeared first on Clackamas United Church of Christ.
"Pro-Choice and Pro-Life Groups Some prominent pro-choice organizations include Planned Parenthood, NARAL Pro-Choice America, the National Abortion Federation, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), and the National Organization for Women. Although many pro-life positions derive from religious ideology, several mainstream faith groups support the pro-choice movement, such as the United Methodist Church, United Church of Christ, the Episcopal Church, Presbyterian Church (USA), and the Unitarian Universalist Association. The 2016 Democratic Party Platform endorsed the pro-choice position, stating, “We believe unequivocally, like the majority of Americans, that every woman should have access to quality reproductive health care services, including safe and legal abortion – regardless of where she lives, how much money she makes, or how she is insured. We believe that reproductive health is core to women's, men's, and young people's health and wellbeing.”  However, 26% of Democrats consider themselves to be pro-life.  Some prominent pro-life organizations include The National Right to Life Committee, Pro-Life Action League, Operation Rescue, the Catholic Church, the Eastern Orthodox Church, Americans United for Life, the National Association of Evangelicals, Family Research Council, Christian Coalition of America, and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormon Church).  The 2016 Republican Party Platform opposed abortion, stating, “We oppose the use of public funds to perform or promote abortion or to fund organizations, like Planned Parenthood, so long as they provide or refer for elective abortions or sell fetal body parts rather than provide healthcare… We will not fund or subsidize healthcare that includes abortion coverage… We thank and encourage providers of counseling, medical services, and adoption assistance for empowering women experiencing an unintended pregnancy to choose life.”  However, 36% of Republicans consider themselves to be pro-choice. " --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/support
This is the first of a two-part series with Muslim intellectual Dr. Javad Hashmi. In this episode Josh interviews him about his journey from pro-choice to pro-life and how Muslims think about moral culpability and human value. They spend the rest of the episode having an impromptu nerdy philosophy debate about personhood. Javad T. Hashmi is a board-certified emergency physician, former Fellow of Medical Ethics at Harvard Medical School, and a PhD candidate in the Study of Religion (Islamic Studies) at Harvard University. In addition to his medical training, Dr. Hashmi holds a bachelor's and master's degree in Arabic & Islamic Studies from U.C. Berkeley and Harvard respectively. Chapters: 00:00 Introducing Javad 01:30 Javad's story from pro-choice to pro-life 04:35 A primer on American Muslim politics 09:46 Javad's story continued 14:06 On compassion for post-abortive women 16:12 Thinking through the complexities of moral culpability and abortion 19:40 The role (or lack thereof) of religion in the abortion debate 26:44: What Muslims think about "first breath" and human value? 33:43 More on the Muslim view of human value 45:51 Javad interacts with how ERI staff think about personhood Related links: Pro-Life Apologetics: The Equal Rights Argument: https://youtu.be/louYc-9cvE0 Equal Rights Institute Website: https://EqualRightsInstitute.com Equal Rights Institute Blog: https://Blog.EqualRightsInstitute.com Equipped for Life Course: https://EquippedCourse.com Sidewalk Counseling Masterclass: http://SidewalkCounselingMasterclass.com Host: Josh Brahm Guest: Dr. Javad T. Hashmi Audio/Video Editor: Chapter One Films & Josh Brahm Publisher: Jen Westmoreland
Prayer, fasting and peaceful vigil in front of abortion facilities are the core of a 40 Days for Life effort. But every 40 Days for Life campaign also involves community outreach to educate the public on the tragic reality of the abortion crisis. On this episode of The 40 Days for Life Podcast, we review 4 key indicators that prove why YOUR community outreach efforts are more critical than ever. Don't let community outreach become the forgotten component of a 40 Days for Life campaign. We also share 3 reasons you should have CONFIDENCE in your community outreach. Tune in...and then speak up!
“No Uterus! No Opinion!” Abortion advocates have long said that men should be silent on the issue of abortion. But real men don't turn a blind eye to the victimization of women and children. They help protect them by fighting the evil that seeks to prey on the vulnerable. We will debunk this sexist argument, examine the state of the modern man, and discuss how and why men should engage! Date: 09/27/21 To help UnAborted create more pro-life content and take our content to the streets, become a Patron of the show at https://www.patreon.com/unaborted To help Seth reach more high school and college students through pro-life presentations around the country, become a monthly supporter at https://prolifetraining.com/donate/
Related Links:Access Reproductive JusticeLearn more about Texas' SB8Donate to Texas abortion fundsThe Turnaway StudyNational Network of Abortion FundsLearn about the EACH ActLearn about the Women's Health Protection ActThe Taco or Beer Challenge--Jessica Pinckney is the executive director of ACCESS REPRODUCTIVE JUSTICE, a Reproductive Justice organization funding abortion and other reproductive healthcare. ACCESS removes barriers and builds the power of Californians to achieve reproductive justice. Jessica oversees the organization's work to combine direct services, community education, and policy advocacy to promote real reproductive options and access to quality health care for people in California. No other organization in the state provides the same range of support for people considering or seeking an abortion.She returns to her home state of California after living for nearly a decade in Washington, DC, where she previously served as vice president of government affairs at In Our Own Voice: National Black Women's Reproductive Justice Agenda, a national/state partnership with eight Black women's reproductive Justice organizations, lifting up the voices of Black women leaders on national, regional, and state policies that impact the lives of Black women and girls through strategies such as leadership development, advocacy and policy change, and movement building. Jessica previously served as government relations manager for YWCA USA, one of the oldest and largest women's organizations in the country and as the legislative analyst at the University of California (UC) Office of Federal Governmental Relations, representing one of the most recognized and renowned public institutions of higher education in the country.Jessica holds an M.A. in Government with a concentration in Political Communications from John's Hopkins University and a B.A. in Political Science with an emphasis in Public Service from the University of California, Santa Barbara. She serves on the Board of Directors for URGE: Unite for Reproductive and Gender Equity, SPARK Reproductive Justice NOW!, and Guttmacher Institute and on the Advisory Boards for the Constellation Network of Black Feminist Futures and the California Abortion Alliance. She previously served as the Vice-Chair on the Board of Directors for Planned Parenthood of Metropolitan Washington and the Chapter Co-Director for New Leaders Council DC and remains a relentless advocate and activist in her spare time. She is an avid reader, a newly found peloton enthusiast, and a loving pet parent to her 8-year old American Bulldog, Pitbull Mix rescue, Apollo.--To learn more about Maggie and her coaching and speaking services, visit www.maggiegermano.com.The theme music is called Escaping Light by Aaron Sprinkle. The podcast artwork design is by Maggie's dear husband, Dan Rader.
Wednesday, September 22, 2021: Today on the 4&3 Podcast, Faithwire's Dan Andros breaks down today's top stories along with Tré Goins-Phillips.> Is Australia a free country? > Video shows Oval Office chaos when Biden's staff shout down reporters for asking questions after UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson answered several> The truth about the Texas border patrol whipping migrants on horseback story> A leading dating app is encouraging users to add an “I'm Pro-Choice” badge to their profiles
Kristan Hawkins joins The BULLPEN to debate with Dr. Richey on abortions laws following the recent Supreme Court ruling on reproductive rights.Debate Guest: Kristan Hawkins See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
When you pray at your local 40 Days for Life vigil, you might see a powerful response to your prayers. Or you might not...at least immediately. But behind the scenes, your prayers ALWAYS take a massive toll on the abortion business. On this week's episode of The 40 Days for Life Podcast, Shawn Carney, Robert Colquhoun, and Steve Karlen discuss 4 ways your prayers impact the abortion facility.
Elizabeth Ho is an actor who you might have seen on the Netflix stoner sitcom Disjointed featuring an up-and-coming star called *checks notes* Kathy Bates. She's also a postpartum doula, which has given her a close-up view of motherhood, and the mom role that Hollywood may soon expect her to play. Elizabeth knows "bone deep" that she doesn't want kids, and she's content to support her community, her parent friends, and she's happy being the weird other part of the family, the most authentic expression of herself. In this episode, Elizabeth brought up my previous conversations with 78 year-old childfree trailblazer Marcia Drut-Davis and environmentalist Marie Fisher, from whom I learned that "mother is a verb". And I mention the United Nations Population Fund's report on bodily autonomy, which you can find here. Follow Elizabeth at @realelizabethho on Instagram, Twitter and TikTok And check our her adorbs Shih Tzus, Cooper and Coco on Instagram @hanginwithmrcoops
Pat and Matt went live on our Twitch for our 50th episode to chat with our followers!! During this celebration, we discuss Ivermectin as a treatment for Covid-19 (what???), initial reactions to Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, the Texas abortion ban, and of course - the new Netflix show Q Force!! Also, we have merch now!! Check out the link below for our Redbubble!Follow us on Twitter! https://twitter.com/WDTGTPodcastFollow us on Twitch! https://www.twitch.tv/whatdothegaymersthinkLogo Credit: Jackie Vandewater | vandewater.studio | @jakquillime | twitch.tv/jackie_the_bananasCheck out our merch!! https://www.redbubble.com/shop/ap/88055567
Episode 793 | Adriel Sanchez and Bill Maier answer caller questions. Show Notes CoreChristianity.com Questions in this Episode 1. What does Matthew 10:22 mean where Jesus says, “you will be hated by all for my name's sake. But the one who endures to the end will be saved”? 2. I saw a meme on Facebook about abortion, and there is a lot of controversy right now about the new new anti-abortion laws in Texas. This meme said that because God gave up his only begotten Son that he is pro-choice. That really upset me cause I know it's not true. What are some scriptures you can point me to to show that this is not accurate? 3. Do the means of burial matter for a Christian? 4. My fiance died a few weeks ago and I am struggling with grief. Is there a healthy way to grieve? 5. How do I trust God with the salvation of my children who are not walking in faith right now? 6. In 1 Corinthians 14:33, it says, “For God is not the author of confusion but of peace, as in all the churches of the saints.” And in Genesis 11:7, it says, “Come, let us go down and confuse their language, that they may not understand one another's speech.” I wanted to know the difference between the word “confuse” and how it is being used in these passage. Today's Offer 7 Things Everyone Should Know About Repentance Request our latest special offers here or call 1-833-THE-CORE (833-843-2673) to request them by phone. Want to partner with us in our work here at Core Christianity? Consider becoming a member of the Inner Core. Resources CAN A CHRISTIAN BE CREMATED?
In May, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott signed Texas Senate Bill 8, which prohibits abortion once a fetal heartbeat can be detected (usually around six weeks into pregnancy). The U.S. Supreme Court rejected the abortion industry's last-ditch appeal to keep the law from taking effect. Abortion providers scrambled to do as many abortions as possible before August ended. Whole Woman's Health infamously performed 67 in 17 hours. But now Texas babies are protected. But what happens next? On this episode of The 40 Days for Life Podcast, 40 Days for Life General Counsel Matt Britton joins Shawn Carney and Steve Karlen to discuss whether the Texas Heartbeat Act at long last provides a legal path to ending abortion.
Do women have autonomy over their body? Texas and many others in the "pro life" spectrum seem to believe that women should be forced to carry a fetus to full term, and enter another human into the realm of life. If you're a bone marrow donor, you get to choose if you save someones life, if you're an organ donor you get to choose if your organs are used to save a life after you die or whether they can be used for scientific analysis and understanding. What if the government could force you to donate your body (alive or otherwise) to causes you may or may not support? What if someone could sue you for not giving up part of your body for their need or cause? We're truly in dangerous waters if we don't believe in individual freedoms and personal body autonomy.Convert Your VHS tapes to Digital Video Everett can save your VHS tapes digitally for you to enjoy today and share in the future. Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEVoiceovers by Molly, LLC Voiceovers by Molly, LLC - She wants to collaborate with you!Support the show (https://paypal.me/emcconnaughey)
“Put your feet up and slide down the table” types and “turn your head and cough” people clearly have different medical needs. And since no matter how you experience or present your gender the basic biological hardware generally comes in two fashions, it stands to reason that a two check box system would have our medical forms covered. How well those boxes capture the beauty of human beings and the latest buzz in non-binary healthcare brings writer and researcher Dianna Anderson back to the show to take your calls and talk about what's turning us on this week.
Episode:Sam interviews a former dude she dated by the name of Jordan Atkins. They chat about what makes someone an official "ex," and their differing thoughts on many things including monogamy, marriage, abortion, body hair, and they reminisce about their experience with dating one another.Follow email@example.com on Instagram. Follow Sam @samantharosewellness.Intro Song by: Conrad RichardsAlbum Art by: Sam ConradMixing & Mastering by Richard Raymond II
In light of the new Texas abortion bill, the question for a lot of folks arises: How do we talk about the abortion issue? Especially in light of divisive this issue is? In this episode, Logan provides some important insights. Check it out! Link to the Atlantic article Logan referenced: https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2019/05/why-more-women-dont-choose-adoption/589759/ Get your Wise Disciple merch here: www.wisedisciple.store Want to watch our latest episode of Debate Teacher Reacts? Watch it here: https://youtu.be/XBX0Dh47T3U Want a BETTER way to communicate your Christian faith? Check out our website: www.wisedisciple.org OR Book Nate as a speaker at your next event: https://wisedisciple.org/reserve/ Got a question in the area of theology, apologetics, or engaging the culture for Christ? Send them and we'll answer on an upcoming podcast: https://wisedisciple.org/ask/ "Day by Day" by Citizens is used with permission. Check out their website: wearecitizens.net
DOCUMENTATION AND ADDITIONAL READING PART 1 (0:0 - 8:27): ────────────────── One of the Major Moral Decision Points in US History as Pro-Choice and Pro-Life Forces War Over Constitutionality and Public Policy of Laws on Abortion PART 2 (8:28 - 18:46): ────────────────── “I Do Not Want to Impose My Religious Beliefs Upon Others” to Pro-Abortion Rights Champion in Chief: History of Joe Biden's Abortion Views Tells a Tragic Story — And Here is a Timeline CNN (KATE SULLIVAN) Biden Says Texas' Anti-Abortion Law is 'Almost Un-American' and 'Sort of Creates a Vigilante System' AMERICA MAGAZINE (ZAC DAVIS) Vice President Biden's Comments About Abortion in America Interview Kick Off New Conversations PART 3 (18:47 - 26:52): ────────────────── “When Does Human Life Begin?”: Our Answer to That Fundamental and Unavoidable Question Will Determine Our Policy, Our Politics, and Most Importantly, Our Moral Principles
It's the oldest, most cliché pro-abortion slogan. It's the most popular chant at pro-abortion rallies. It's appeared on countless homemade pro-abortion signs... ...but it's still as popular as ever among abortion supporters. On this episode of The 40 Days for Life Podcast, we discuss why “My body, my choice” is a bad argument—and one that's easy to overcome.
In Donna Freitas' new novel, The Nine Lives of Rose Napolitano, the eponymous heroine faces a dilemma. Before she got married, her husband promised her he didn't want children - but now he's changed his mind. Could happily childfree Rose will herself to become a mother in order to save her relationship, and if so, what might her life look like? Author Freitas found herself in this very scenario in her real life, and it made her question everything - her lack of a maternal instinct, her worth as a woman, what kind of future she could hope for, without children - or her husband - in it. It was so enlightening to speak to someone who's looked at the childfree choice from every possible angle, as a scholar of religion and gender studies, and the author of a Sliding Doors-style plot that dares to ask: what if...?Learn more about Donna at donnafreitas.com and follow her on Instagram at @donnafreitas.writer. If you're childfree and would like to be interviewed by Donna for an upcoming project, contact her on firstname.lastname@example.org. You can buy The Nine Lives of Rose Napolitano in the US on bookshop.org, in the UK at Waterstones and in Italian at Mondadori (with more languages on the way!)We are Childfree was just named Childfree Group of the Year!Find out when the We are Childfree online community launches at wearechildfree.com
It's just that simple. Stigall explains why left-wing freak outs over the Texas abortion ban and the screeching of the threat to Roe vs. Wade don't compute when the same people are demanding mask and vaccine mandates. Meanwhile, Joe Rogan catches COVID and the left is virtually cheering his demise to make a point. Fox New Primetime host this week Tammy Bruce joins Stigall before he joins her tonight at 7pm ET/6pm CST. And Hogan Gidley, formerly Trump White House and campaign spokesman talks about the chaos of messaging in the Biden White House and the new discrepancies discovered in the vote count of 2020.
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