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How to Present the Pro-life Case and Respond to Objections

In November 2014 I gave a talk at the Clarkson Academy intended to achieve four things, explain the pro-life position, explain bad pro-choice arguments, present the case against moral relativism, and a method for responding to objections. There will be a number of other talks from the conference added to the Youtube channel over the … Continue reading

Why do some Feminists want you to have access to sex-selective abortions?

So, a few days ago our MP’s voted against an amendment to our current Abortion legislation which would have made it explicitly clear that performing an abortion on the basis of gender would be illegal. Fiona Bruce who tabled the amendment suggests her clause has two aims, ‘first, to state with absolute clarity that UK … Continue reading

Why are some Labour MP’s and BPAS trying to restrict your free speech? Are there good reasons for introducing “buffer zones”?

Over the last few weeks a number of Labour MP’s have been trying to introduce plans for “buffer zones” outside Abortion Clinics so women and staff don’t have to face ‘intimidation and abuse’ from protesters says the Shadow Home Secretary Yvette Cooper (it doesn’t matter that there is no evidence for those claims though). Then … Continue reading

Should men be able to speak about Abortion?

There is a popular ‘defeater’ that is commonly brought up by pro-abortion/choice women whenever men present their views in support of human life and against the intentional killing of the most vulnerable members of the human community through abortion. It pretty much amounts to little more than, ‘you have no right to speak about abortion … Continue reading

Six short Pro-life responses to six popular Pro-choice slogans – Part two

So if you want to read and share the first three Pro-choice slogans I responded to please click here. 4. ‘Vote Pro-choice. Politicians make crappy doctors.’ Postmen would likewise make crappy airline pilots and sushi chefs would probably make bad car mechanics, so at least the part of this slogan that makes up its core … Continue reading

Six short Pro-life responses to Six popular Pro-choice slogans – Part one

If one wants to be prepared to defend the pro-life position there exists a number of great resources from philosophers around like Francis Beckwith, Stephen D. Schwarz, Christopher Kaczor, Scott Klusendorf and Patrick Lee. Yet very few people who hold to the Pro-life view have ever perused their pages of their books, this leaves many … Continue reading

‘Misguided’ Feminism has emasculated a generation of men.

I came across Martin Daubney’s article in the Telegraph yesterday titled ‘DIY is in decline because today’s men are too soft’. It’s worth a read, because it’s largely an accurate observation on the state of men in the UK. In respect to Daubney’s article I’m a ‘soft’ man in the sense that my DIY skills … Continue reading