The Case for Life is Sound
Megan confidently took the stage and presented her case. This was no easy audience: 500 young men and women at a New England Catholic High School. Many were Ivy League bound, and already skeptical that a case for life could even be made.
Later, Megan got this email from Alex, president of the student philosophy club:
I want to thank you again for speaking. I've gone to Catholic school my whole life, and I as well as my classmates have been fed the same argument against abortion for years: that God and the Bible say that it's wrong, so it's wrong. As a result of this, discussion on abortion became almost binary. Most regarded it as simply opinion, and never bothered trying to make a case of their own or debate the other side.
I'd like you to know that you changed that.
This was the first case against abortion I've heard that does not require a leap of faith. You proved your points with science and philosophy.
I've checked out prolifetraining.com and I look forward to listening to the podcasts and reading the resources that are provided there. Thank you for your time, and thank you for changing the way the students see the battlefield of moral dilemmas.
Do we believe the case for life is really true? Are we willing to share it with others?
Today's Prayer Focus
1. Pray for Courage
You may never be asked to speak to a group of cynical teenagers like Megan, but you may be asked to have a conversation with a friend, neighbor, or family member who is not pro-life. Pray that you will have courage when that time comes.
2. Pray for Knowledge
Many people, like Alex did before Megan's presentation, think that the question of abortion is one of opinion, not fact. Pray that pro-lifers will learn to thoughtfully and lovingly present a compelling case for life that changes hearts and minds.
3. Pray for Opportunity
The truth is one the side of life. Pray that God will provide opportunities for the message to spread person-to-person. Pray that God would raise up more pro-life apologists like Megan and grant them opportunities to persuade audiences.