Case for Pro-Life
Now, one area of controversy where it's important for us to know why we believe what we believe is in the area of the sanctity of human life, and abortion in particular. And what I want to do in the brief, very brief, time I have this morning is to give you a few preliminary considerations to think about. And then I want to say a word about what the fundamental issue on abortion is so that I can give you at least a little bit of equipping on this topic in a very brief time this morning. Two preliminaries before I say a word about abortion. Preliminary number one, what exactly is a moral absolute? Well, here's what a moral absolute is. A moral absolute is a moral principle that's true, whether anyone believes it or not. Let me say that again, a moral absolute is a moral principle that's true, whether anyone believes it or not.
Biola Chapel; Pro-life movement; Abortion;
Moreland, James Porter, "Case for Pro-Life" (2009). Speakers. 156.