Originally posted by sonshipI've always felt you get the most responses when you make your post into a homework assignment.
[b]What Ever Happened to the Human Race?
A film by Franky Schaeffer on Abortion
Comments on those who watch the entire film will be of interest.[/b]
Originally posted by sonshipI read Franky Schaeffer's books many years ago.
What Ever Happened to the Human Race?
Originally posted by CalJustThat's a good question but I really think the abortion debate isn't
However, he also does not answer my contention that being against abortion is an untenable concept for people that are pro-eternal hellfire.
Originally posted by wolfgang59Of course, I agree with you - it is a question of the sanctity of life. And I have followed the "pro-choice vs pro-life" debate and know that the definition of "life" is a tough one.
That's a good question but I really think the abortion debate isn't
about theology ... it's about a definition of life. Nobody - theist or
atheist - wants to kill. We all know life is precious (perhaps more
precious to atheists). The question is "What constitutes life?"
Originally posted by CalJustIt is hard to believe that Franky Schaeffer is now one of the strongest critics of the Religious Right. It goes to show how people do evolve - change with age and with experience.
Originally posted by sonshipA double minded man is unstable in all his ways.
It is hard to believe that Franky Schaeffer is now one of the strongest critics of the Religious Right. It goes to show how people do evolve - change with age and with experience.
I was thinking about the types who could not bring themselves to watch 30 seconds that I would put some of his latter interviews afterwards. But, its just as well for the pad ...[text shortened]... ce?" because Franky has a touch of Ingmar Bergman or Fredrico Fellini in his movie making.[/b]