Pro-life debater Scott Klusendorf discusses pro-life apologetics

Did you know that the pro-life issue is an area where you can learn arguments and use evidence to be persuasive? Here’s a podcast that shows you how.


Scott Klusendorf, President of Life Training Institute, is a pro-life rockstar. Listen in as host Brian Fisher attempts to unsuccessfully “stump the apologist” with some of the most difficult pro-abortion questions of our day.

The MP3 file is here. (36 minutes)


  • How did Scott get interested in the abortion issue?
  • Do you need a special calling in order to learn how to defend the unborn?
  • What is the history of the pro-life movement, and how have they shifted tactics?
  • What is moral relativism? How is it relevant to the abortion debate?
  • Why is moral relativism so widely accepted?
  • How do you deal with someone who says abortion is wrong, but she has no choice?
  • How do you deal with the rape and incest exceptions argument?
  • What about unborn children who are not “viable”?
  • But isn’t the foetus part of the woman’s body?
  • Abortion is necessary to reduce poverty, crime, overpopulation, etc.

It’s Friday night, and listening to a smart pro-lifer is awesome. His answer to the abortion is necessary to alleviate poverty is just awesome – the man is widely read outside his field.



3 thoughts on “Pro-life debater Scott Klusendorf discusses pro-life apologetics”

  1. There’s only so many pro-abortion arguments, and most of them are just plain stupid. The vast majority of “pro-choice” arguments aren’t really arguments. They’re bumper sticker slogans that they repeat mindlessly. If you happen to take time to debunk one, they usually just throw another slogan at you. This goes on until they come back to the original slogan and use it again, either forgetting or ignoring the fact that you already debunked it. The few arguments they have that have any merit to them at all can be dismantled with a little thought, some background principles, and some scientific facts. Thus, it isn’t very hard to become a good apologist for the pro-life position.

    You can even check out our new blog for some ready-made pro-life arguments (and more still to come):


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