Online course: how to defend the unborn

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August 14, 2020 by directorfsm

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Online Every Tuesday in September | 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm ET

Busy on one or more of these dates? Don’t worry! We will send you a recording of every session within 48 hours after the live event. You won’t miss a thing. 

 

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Abortion discussions can heat up in a heartbeat. If you’re a pro-lifer, you’ll be told that you hate women, don’t trust them, and have no right to force your religious views on others. There’s a common denominator to each of these objections: they miss the fundamental question – who counts as one of us?  Who deserves human rights?

Learn to unpack what it means to be pro-life in 2020: the answers that determine the debate and the questions that keep good conversations going.   

In the course, pro-life apologist Scott Klusendorf will equip you to: 

    • Clarify your questions to focus on the issue 
    • Address five bad ways people argue about abortion 
    • Answer objections to the pro-life position clearly and persuasively  
    • Train others by effectively communicating your pro-life views

 

These subjects aren’t neutral or merely academic – they matter for you, for the unborn, and for our cultural understanding of what humanity means.  Let’s talk about the question: who counts as one of us?  Sign up today.

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