Episode 30 | Pro-Choicers At War With Themselves
Episode Synopsis: There is a major rift between two factions in the pro-choice movement. We reveal what they are and how it not only impacts their side, but our attempts to change the minds of people who are pro-choice. We explain how it is important to understand which people are winnable and how we have…
There is a major rift between two factions in the pro-choice movement. We reveal what they are and how it not only impacts their side, but our attempts to change the minds of people who are pro-choice. We explain how it is important to understand which people are winnable and how we have to accept that some people will never change their minds on abortion. Plus, with the upcoming elections, we discuss how, regardless of how the elections go, we cannot simply wait for politicians to do our work for us.
Episode Duration: 24 min
In This Episode We Discuss:
- Greetings (00:24)
- Internal conflicts within the Pro-Life Movement (01:07)
- The two groups within the pro-choice movement (7:30)
- Don’t try to win over hard-core pro-choicers (8:14)
- Personal experiences with abortion (13:06)
- The major rift between the “talkers” and the “doers” of the pro-choice movement (15:36)
- Getting discouraged from failed conversations with pro-choicers (18:14)
- The pro-life movement’s own “doers” and “talkers” (20:45)
- Closing Statements (22:52)
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This was a phenomenal podcast I loved it I learned a lot. I was really impressed with the amount of research and observation that had gone into stating the facts about the doers and talkers of the pro-choice movement. I actually thought it would be harder to convince and abortionist of that a baby is a human being. I was very surprised to learn that it is more difficult to convince a talker who does not do abortions or doesn’t work there that the babies are human. I also wonder if there is some way to deal with the fact that most of those talkers are people who had an abortion, And they would have to admit that they have murdered their child. So it’s interesting to see how different people react. The people who had an abortion would really need to find the Lord to overcome the obstacle of knowing that they actually murdered their own baby, rather than admit that they stay in denial and claim that it was only a glob of tissue another human being.
Episode 89 | States vs Federal – The Battle Over Abortion Heats Up
This week on the Pro-Life America podcast, we discuss recent news showing that the battle between the states vs the federal government over abortion is heating up! We talk about trigger laws and the state that could be next to ban abortion if Roe vs Wade is overturned and abortion is returned to the states. We also discuss how pro-choicers have recently changed their state’s abortion laws. Plus, we reveal how a medical journal published an article urging that psychiatrists be allowed to assist patients with anorexia commit suicide!
Episode 113 | “Big Abortion” Sets Its Eyes On Mexico
Years ago, when the “right to choose” looked safe, Canada and Mexico were not on the abortion lobby’s radar screen. But with Roe being overturned and legalized abortion in danger a back-up plan has been launched. We discuss why the abortion lobby has its eyes focused on Mexico and Canada and things pro-lifers need to be on the lookout for. But before that, we discuss the latest news, including the abortion industry’s letter asking the media not to interview pro-lifers nor report the pro-life position.
Episode 110 | Responding To MORE Pro-Choice Arguments
Did you know we take listener questions? Listener Suzette asks “ … [I] often have discussions with people. I’m having a hard time with the response ‘I know it’s a human life that’s being ended but I’m ok with that.’… How do I respond to that?… [Also] I often get that remark that says abortion is safer than birth and they provide sources. I’m having problems finding sources that say otherwise.” So this week, we discuss the “abortion is safer than birth” argument that the pro-choice side likes to use and other pro-choice rhetoric!