Case for Life

6 May

Abortion has been a major political issue for decades.  So many decades, in fact, that we may find ourselves tempted to ignore it.  After all, the rallies and picket lines, letters to congress, and “public service” announcements seem to have done so little to put an end to the legalized killing of the unborn.  But if that’s what abortion really is, killing an unborn human being, shouldn’t we continue to care?

The truth is, while these visible signs of protest against “at will” abortion often seem to have only a limited effect on legislation, they have influenced the lives of thousands of women… and their children.  And that’s why learning to make the Case for Life is still so important.

Visit Case for Life’s website and you’ll find everything you need to make a concise, informed argument for the preservation of the unborn.  Explore everything from ways to address common arguments for abortion to the scientific case against it.  Learn how to apply the SLED Defense (Size, Level of Development, Environment, Degree of Dependency) to make a cogent case for the value of all human life.  Or familiarize yourself with related ethical issues like embryonic stem cell research.

Check out their links section where you can view the Life Training Institute Blog or sign up for the LTI Podcast (also available through iTunes) where you’ll learn new tactics and techniques that will help you better defend the lives of the unborn.

For more mature viewers, the site also contains video of abortions.  This material is graphic, but essential to understanding exactly what happens when a child’s life is taken while still in the womb.  Warnings accompany all videos and you won’t find them automatically opening on your computer screen, so you needn’t worry about viewing them unless you want to.

It doesn’t take long to explore the site, but when you’ve finished, you’ll be both competent and confident when it comes to making a reasoned case for the preservation of life!

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