November 11, 2017
279 W Crogan Street, Lawrenceville
Key Note Speaker: Scott Klusendorf
Scott Klusendorf is President of Life Training Institute. He has taught pro-life apologetics at the graduate level at Biola University and Trinity Law School, and lectured at over 80 colleges and universities including Stanford, Berkeley, UCLA, USC, Johns Hopkins, MIT, and the U.S. Air Force Academy — to name a few. Scott’s debate opponents have included Nadine Strossen (former President of the ACLU), attorney Edward Tabash (of the Council for Secular Humanism), attorney Kathryn Kolbert (who argued for abortion rights at the Supreme Court), and Katherine Kneer (President of Planned Parenthood California). Nationally, he’s been featured on syndicated shows such as Focus on the Family, Truths that Transform, Issues Etc, and Faith Under Fire. He is the host of the television series, “Life is Best.” Scott is the author of The Case for Life: Equipping Christians to Engage the Culture (published by Crossway Books). Scott is a graduate of UCLA and holds a Master’s degree in Christian Apologetics from Biola University. At the practical level, Scott helps non-profit organizations raise money to assist women facing unplanned pregnancies. He and his wife Stephanie have been married since 1985 and have four children.
In 2015, 27,771 abortions took place in Georgia. The pro choice rhetoric has shifted dramatically. It’s no longer enough to be ProLife. After ignoring science for years, the pro choice movement is now referring to the unborn child as life. We are hearing “it’s a LIFE, but a LIFE worth sacrificing.” “The unborn PERSON does not have constitutional rights”. In a NARAL (National Abortion Rights Action League) video online, a comedian says she wants an abortion because “my body is doing a thing that is not incubating a PERSON and I would like to continue doing that. My choice!” Public figures of the pro choice movement are openly and casually arguing that some lives matter more than others. It is time we take a stand!
When it comes to abortion men have been told “it’s a woman’s issue”, “you don’t have a say because it’s my body”, or “I carry it for nine months, I’m the one who has to deal with it”. Men, you do have a say! Many women have said they wouldn’t have pursued an abortion if the man had just said “I want this baby”. That’s why we encourage men to stand up and fight for the life of the unborn.