Episode 17 – #ProChoice Blog-Critiquing w/ @ElijahT_87 of @Fetal_Position

Next on Thinking It Through:  my guest, Elijiah Thompson, who hosts The Fetal Position podcast, and I go through a blog post – (*The link to the post has been removed since the author – named “nonsmokingladybug” – commented [see her comment below] that I did not get her authorization approval.  But if you click on her name below in this episode’s comment section and go back to her “The Heartbeat Law and Heartbreak” post on December 7, 2016, then you can read it yourself.*) – and dissect it with Elijiah’s skilled “pro-life eyes”.  Thinking through tough issues is not an instinct, so it is important to grow in one’s thinking in how to look at arguments for something and not just be emotional about it.

Elijiah Thompson’s Twitter Page / The Fetal Position Twitter Page / The Fetal Position Website / Theology Mix Page

00:10 – 9:59 = Intro

10:00 = Elijah’s skill as a “tweeter” on Twitter

12:50 = Looking at the blog post about the Ohio abortion bill

01:06:40 = Other resources

Tweets of the Week

about-abortion-tweet-1 about-abortion-tweet-2

(Music on Episode: “Happenins’ville” by Jerome Danner (Me)) *I own the copyright.*

New York Times article = John Kasich Signs One Abortion Bill in Ohio but Vetoes a More Restrictive Measure

Good Books to Help with the Abortion Debate:

Aborting Aristotle by Dave Sterrett

Persuasive Pro Life by Trent Horn

Tactics by Greg Koukl

Pro-Life People to Check Out:

Josh Brahm

Clinton Wilcox (blog site)

Scott Klusendorf

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Please feel free to send me your questions, thoughts, and/or comments at: jdanner1@yahoo.com!

8 Comments Add yours

    1. jadanner1 says:

      I will take it out of my show notes. It is interesting though: I wonder if you listened to the entire episode and how we (I think) respectfully handled your blog post and position. You don’t have to have our position to hear an intelligent point of view that is different from your own. This post (I believe) would have sent more folks to your writings.

      I will gladly remove the link to your post.

      God bless and may you have a Merry Christmas and a Happy new year.

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      1. I did not listen to any of it. Mainly because I don’t have time right now. That’s why I didn’t authorize it. I have a small workshop and I am still working on projects to make all my customers happy. I will be deadly tired tonight -but happy.

        Happy Holidays.

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      2. jadanner1 says:

        That is fine. I will be checking out your other posts from time to time, but I won’t ever use one again for a critique. So long, and be safe.

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      3. Clinton Wilcox says:

        I’m fairly certain under the fair use clause of copyright law, he doesn’t need your position to post the link to your blog article.

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      4. You’re probably right, but to be as kind and respectful as possible, I decided to not post the link to her blog post. I doubt the person ever listened to the podcast episode and if they did, then they could have interacted with us about what was said. People talk about conservatives not being open-minded to the liberal argument, but sometimes it is the other way around.

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