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Resources: prolife

Abortion Debate at Westmont College

This abortion debate with Scott Klusendorf and Nadine Strossen was filmed April 2011 at Westmont College. Recorded by Tim Eaton.

What has the reaction been to your research on the birth control pill?

In this six minute audio clip, Randy Alcorn answers the question, "What has the reaction been to your research on the birth control pill?"

What emotional process did you and your wife go through in coming to your conclusions about the birth control pill?

In this four minute audio clip, Randy Alcorn answers the question, "What emotional process did you and your wife go through in coming to your conclusions about the birth control pill?"

Should church leaders speak out about abortificent effects of the birth control pill?

In this three-and-a-half minute audio clip, Randy Alcorn addresses the question, "Should church leaders speak out about abortificent effects of the birth control pill?"

Is it wrong to use birth control?

In this video clip, Randy Alcorn answers the question, "Is it wrong to use birth control?" Filmed during a Q&A session for Good Shepherd Community Church's Mom 2 Mom group.

Is there a political solution to the abortion issue?

Randy Alcorn answers the question, "Is there a political solution to the abortion issue?" at the 2011 Kingdom Advisors Annual Conference."

George Verwer promotes Randy’s book Why ProLife?

In this video, George Verwer promotes Randy Alcorn's book 'Why ProLife?' and challenges viewers to become more serious about the issue of abortion. 

Randy Alcorn on Georgene Rice Show 01-20-2011

Randy Alcorn and Georgene Rice discuss abortion and and prolife issues on the Georgene Rice Show, January 20, 2011.

What do you think about embryonic adoption?

When it comes to adoption, Randy believes it is honoring to God and consistent with the prolife message.

Would you recommend continuing to be part of a Christian activist group that I assumed would be prolife and have now found out that some are prochoice and even outspoken about it?

You may have an opportunity to influence that you otherwise wouldn’t. And I don’t just mean influencing those who are adamantly “pro-choice” who may never be swayed (though I know some who have been). 

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