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”
- 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.
- Abortion(s) prevent VC from being beneficial to human beings and their growth.
- 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
11:12 = Discussion starts on football and other contact sports and CTE
42:30 = My argument against abortion -> I list out my argument above.