Debate Analysis: Gregg Cunningham vs. T. Russell Hunter on “Pro-Life Incrementalism vs. Abolitionist Immediatism”

Excellent analysis. This constant fight against each other has to stop; prolifers have been on the front lines for over 40 years and will be until Roe is repealed. Anyone who is a shamer of prolifers who daily deal with the heat, rain, snow, and abuse on the sidewalk should look inward to find out why their need to bully is more prevalent and important than saving lives, even if it’s just one at a time, whether at the statehouse or a common sidewalk. We also have to remember to make abortion UNTHINKABLE, not just illegal. To change the heart of proaborts, pre-abortive women and men takes patience and love and TRUTH, consistently. ~ KeepLifeLegal

J.W. Wartick -"Always Have a Reason"

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I recently took the time to watch through a debate on pro-life method between Gregg Cunningham and T. Russell Hunter. I summarized the debate here, along with a brief introduction of what was seen to be at issue. Essentially, Cunningham endorses the position that we should pass laws to limit abortion as much as possible now while working towards the ultimate goal of ending all abortion, whereas Hunter argues that we must work only for legislation that will “abolish” all abortions now.

Cutting Off Branches vs. Save Babies Now?

T. Russell Hunter continually made the same error: reducing everything down to an either-or when it could just as easily be both-and. His analogy of the tree was used throughout the talk. Abortion is the tree, he argued, and we must cut the tree down rather than…

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