The Case for Life and supporting materials can help you more confidently engage others to build a culture of life. Provide your email to receive your free printable pdf today!
NEW – Free pro-life resource – printable download
5 Winning Ways to Argue against Abortion . . . and a few to Avoid is a one-page reference based on the Case for Life by Scott Klusendorf.
This downloadable pdf helps to winningly simplify the argument by answering a few simple questions:
- What is the unborn? Science says the unborn are full human beings from the moment of conception forward.
- When does the value of life begin? Philosophically, social justice demands we afford equal human rights to all human beings regardless of Size, Level of development, Environment, or Degree of dependency.
- Why is abortion wrong? Moral reasoning says that abortion is the intentional killing of an innocent human being, therefore it is morally wrong.
- What about religion? God prohibits the shedding of innocent blood
- How to persuade those who disagree? Use tactics which expose assumptions and fallacies, and touch hearts through responsible use of victims’ photos.
Also, help to avoid issues which are not central, or use them to bolster the case. These include:
- Choice/preference/tolerance – moral issues should not be confused with preference
- Gender/women’s rights – arguments don’t have genders
- Proving harm to women/hard cases like rape – women need and deserve our support after rape or in difficult circumstances, but the unborn remain innocent human beings deserving of protection
- Racial disparity/Planned Parenthood – troubling as these issues remain, they do not prove the case for or against abortion
- Personal testimony alone – Not every woman feels upset over abortion, but stories can help bolster the case
The Case for Life and supporting materials found here can help you more confidently engage others to build a culture of life. Provide your email to receive your free printable pdf today! To schedule Kim Ketola for your church or Christian high school or college, send an email request to kim @ cradlemyheart.org.