Podcast · THINKING IT THROUGH with Jerome Danner Podcast

Episode 03 – Contact Sports, Some Yale University Students, and My Argument Against Abortion

Next up on Thinking It Through with Jerome Danner, I try to think through issues dealing with loving contact sports while knowing about the dangers of concussions, which can result in chronic traumatic encephalopathy (look up Dr. Bennet Omalu).  Then, I touch on issues with civil discourse again: this time with some Yale University students and their passionate confrontation with a Yale University professor.  Lastly, I present (I hope successfully) an argument against abortion.  I call it: “The Village/Community Argument Against Abortion”

  1. If villages/communities (VC) are beneficial to human beings and their growth, then anything that prevents VC from being beneficial to human beings is morally wrong.
  2. Abortion(s) prevent VC from being beneficial to human beings and their growth.
  3. Therefore, abortion(s) are morally wrong.

Please pray for Dr. Nabeel Qureshi (Twitter page)- a Christian apologist – who has written some wonderful books and had worked with Ravi Zacharias International Ministries.  He is a wonderful brother, who loves sharing the Gospel and is now battling stomach cancer and has a young family.  He details his diagnosis here:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bx2U2NQmy3k

“Watch a Mob of Yale Students Bully a Professor They Say Hurt Their Feelings (The Federalist Article & Video)” – http://thefederalist.com/2016/09/15/watch-a-mob-of-yale-students-bully-a-professor-who-hurt-their-feelings/

02:26 = Shout-outs

07: 33 = Quick talk on Dr. Nabeel Qureshi and real quick on Dr. David Wood (Correction: Qureshi was with RZIM, but he left recently.)

11:12 = Discussion starts on football and other contact sports and CTE

22:00 = article on The Federalist website about some Yale University students getting heated with Yale University admin by Bre Payton (her Twitter account) -> I give the link to the article above.

42:30 = My argument against abortion -> I list out my argument above.

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