Scott Klusendorf, the best and most experienced pro-life debater in the United States, wrote this on Facebook:
Life Training Institute just received a $45,000 gift toward helping us reach 20,000 additional students next year! That’s half of what we need to complete the project!
The other half ($45,000) must come from concerned donors like you. Would you consider helping us get there?
We’ll use the money to get our speaking team into more schools than any year previous.
Excited to see our work growing,
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Scott is one of my favorite Christians, and I fully endorse his pro-life ministry. Some of you have asked how you could help me with the blog or donate. I am fully supplied already, so if you really want to send me a present, please consider making a donation to Scott’s pro-life ministry. They are absolutely solid in their use of evidence as well as in their theology. You couldn’t find a better group to support.
If you are more the kind of person who likes to buy books, then you can do that as well. Scott is the author of the #1 pro-life book at the popular level. It is call “The Case for Life: Equipping Christians to Engage the Culture”.
And he has a new book out as well, called “Stand for Life: Answering the Call, Making the Case, Saving Lives”:
And if you want to see Scott in action, here is a recent debate he did with Nadine Strossen:
Abortion can be a complicated issue, but the nice thing about Scott is that he cuts right to the core of the debate and makes sure to clarify what each side is saying. He strips away the rhetoric and gets down to the real arguments on each side and the pro-life side comes out on top.
Recently, Scott taught two classes on the techniques that he uses when debating abortion.
The first talk was on Tactics. Here is the PDF. In the handout, Scott explains how to use questions to make your opponent give reasons for their views instead of just asserting them.
The second talk was on Relativism. Here is the PDF. In the handout, Scott explains what moral relativism is, and some of the problems with the view.