The Case For Life
^Helps pro-life Christians make a persuasive case for the lives of the unborn in the face of an increasingly secularized culture. ^ Pro-life Christians, take heart: the pro-life message can compete in the marketplace of ideas-provided Christians properly understand and...
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^Helps pro-life Christians make a persuasive case for the lives of the unborn in the face of an increasingly secularized culture. ^ Pro-life Christians, take heart: the pro-life message can compete in the marketplace of ideas-provided Christians properly understand and articulate that message. Too many Christians do not understand the essential truths of the pro-life position, making it difficult for them to articulate a biblical worldview on issues like abortion, cloning, and embryo research. ^ The Case for Life provides intellectual grounding for the pro-life convictions that most evangelicals hold. Author Scott Klusendorf first simplifies the debate: the sanctity of life is not a morally complex issue. It's not about choice, privacy, or scientific progress. To the contrary, the debate turns on one key question: What is the unborn? From there readers learn how to engage the great bio-tech debate of the twenty-first century, how to answer objections persuasively, and what the
When you believe in Christ, Christ works a miracle in you. You are permanently purified and empowered by God himself. The message from Jesus to the true Christian is simple: "It's not what you do. It's what I do. I have moved in. And in time you can say with Paul, 'It is no longer I who live, but Christ who lives in me'" (Galatians 2:20).You may have asked yourself, "If I'm born again, why do I fall so often?"Why did you fall so often after your first birth? Did you exit the womb wearing cross-trainers? Did you do the two-step on the day of your delivery? Of course not. And when you started to walk, you fell more than you stood. Should we expect anything different from our spiritual walk?"But" you may add, "I fall so often I sometimes question my salvation."Again, we return to your first birth. Didn't you stumble as you were learning to walk? And when you stumbled, did you question the validity of your physical birth? Did you, as a one-year-old fresh flopped on the floor, shake your head and think, "I have fallen again. I must not be human"?Of course not. The stumbles of a toddler d
Scott Klusendorf, LTI president, travels throughout the United States and Canada training pro-life advocates to persuasively defend their views in the public square. He contends that the pro-life message can compete in the marketplace of ideas if properly understood and properly articulated.
Scott is the author of Pro-Life 101: a Step by Step Guide to Making Your Case Persuasively and most recently The Case for Life: Equipping Christians to Engage the Culture.
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