In this article, founder and president of Life Training Institute Scott Klusendorf offers a great strategy for defending the pro-life position. Klusendorf highlights many of the central claims made by pro-choice advocates and how we can respond. One of the most effective strategies he discusses involves a comparison to a toddler. Many people claim that women should have the right to make decisions for themselves. So, Klusendorf points out, should we allow women to kill… Read More →Can Toddlers Sway the Abortion Conversation?
What is the biggest challenge for the pro-life movement? “The biggest challenge the pro-life movement faces right now is messaging.” — Scott Klusendorf, President, Life Training Institute Despite the simplicity of the pro-life message, it has been difficult to communicate one clear picture of what pro-life means. Scott Klusendorf explains why this has been the case and what pro-lifers can do to communicate more clearly. This video is part of a series titled “Answers to… Read More →Video: What is the biggest challenge for the pro-life movement?
Over at BreakPoint our friend and Summit faculty member, John Stonestreet, weighed in today on the appointment of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court, and addressed several important worldview concerns, including legal philosophy, the rule of law, the sanctity and dignity of human life, euthanasia, religious liberty, and abortion, all topics on which Judge Gorsuch appears to hold conservative views. Obviously, from a Christian worldview perspective, the makeup of the Supreme Court and who… Read More →John Stonestreet on Supreme Court appointee
If abortion is banned, should women who have abortions be prosecuted? Scott Klusendorf answers the question quickly and logically.
Summit’s founder, Dr. David Noebel, would often say that “leaders are readers.” His call to read is something we take seriously around Summit. In the Spring Journal issue, we highlighted an interview with Dr. Mike Adams recorded for the Christian Worldview Thinking podcast last July. In it, Dr. Adams shares his must-read book list, and his testimony in the process.
Joe Baker, founder of Save the Storks, shares the story of how God called him to the pro-life movement, and how an ordinary person can do something extraordinary.
How does an ordinary person do something extraordinary? Joe Baker, the founder of Save the Storks, answers that question and more as he shares the story of how God called him to the pro-life movement.
On Oct. 29th, China’s Communist Party announced the end of its infamous 35-year one-child policy. All Chinese couples will now be permit a second child. But while the abolition of the one-child policy may seem like a human rights victory, activists are far from satisfied. Though lessening the death toll, it’s unlikely the institution of a new two-child policy will eliminate the real problem: a culture that doesn’t value life.
The most recent two undercover videos in the Center for Medical Progress’ investigation of Planned Parenthood taken America around a corner. Naiveté is no longer an excuse. We can no longer say “we didn’t know.” We know virtually everything now, right down to the “crunchy,” illegal details. And with knowledge comes responsibility.
Scott Klusendorf and Aaron Atwood talk about the recent, horrific Planned Parenthood undercover videos. Scott prepares Christians to start and navigate conversations about the sting videos and shares why this is a truly incredible time for the pro-life movement.
Continuing our summer series of interviews with Summit Student Conference Faculty-in-Residence Dr. Mike Adams, Aaron Atwood talks with Dr. Adams about how Summit alumni are advancing the pro-life cause on campuses across the nation. Dr. Adams also offers suggestions how Christians can get involved in the pro-life movement.
In this episode, Scott and Aaron talk about how to approach the subject of abortion in every day conversations by asking questions. They also discuss how to look at the subject through the lens of grace, realizing that the unborn are not the only people harmed in the process. This episode is packed full of practical ways Christians can approach a difficult and uncomfortable subject.