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it must be human. And living humans, or human beings like you and me, are valuable, aren’t they?” That short point can give someone something to think about, and when more time is available, lead to productive dialog. It has helped many pro-choicers to change their minds. (Another useful point is that if you try to define "person" by abilities rather than humanity, you will exclude newborns, because they are not self-aware, or capable of most of the abilities associated with personhood.)
Fortunately, we often have more than 10 seconds. The pro-life viewpoint can be well defended by simple logic and reason. If you maintain a respectful attitude, are willing to listen, and establish common ground, a productive dialog can be very effective in helping those who are pro-choice to change their minds. There are resources available to help you to be better prepared to engage in such dialogs. Justice for All has a free Learn-at-Home program (
www.jfaweb.org/learn-at-home) in addition to their seminars, and the Equal Rights Institute has a video course for only $39. (
www.EquippedCourse.com) Christian Voices for Life also has a free program, using both videos and printed materials, For details, see
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