Thursday, July 30, 2009

the Case for Life

I've been reading the book The Case For Life by Scott Klusendorf I must recommend it to all, it would be a good book to lend to someone who is unsure and not pro-life as well. The book is easy to understand and it lays out the pro-life position well and even though it takes the time to go into all the side questions it draws you back to the central point that we can have no middle ground or compromise, if the unborn are human we must protect them as we would anyone else and if they are not human then what is the point with the "safe, legal and rare" speeches. Why should we want it to be rare and not common? Overall it has good talking points that will benefit all who care about the unborn.

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"The Case for Life" follow up

One quick follow up on my last post that I'd like to mention, I really enjoyed that Mr. Klusendorf wrote on the "unconscious violinist" which would fall under a "my body my choice" argument, I have heard this used before but never had heard a counter to it. He quotes a few responses others have made and to sum it up forget about waking up plugged into a stranger but now picture it being your own young son or daughter that you are supporting for a short period. It seems that abortion-choice arguments aim to take your focus so far off of reality that you miss the obvious facts. I wonder why the left doesn't use the absolute self autonomy for the father who has to use "his body" to work and pay child support, or to detach the welfare state from the taxpayers wallets like they would the violinist from his host?
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Saturday, July 25, 2009


When I uploaded the title banner it shrunk it down, I will mess with it later.

Friday, July 24, 2009


Nice little app called Blogpress got me to start a blog

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