Scott Klusendorf is a pro-life activist who trains other people to defend the pro-life view. I like the way that Scott can use philosophy and science to explain what is wrong with the thinking of pro-choicers. This means that I don’t have to figure out how to do it all by myself. In fact, I doubt that I could do it better than Scott.
I have read two of his books: “The Case for Life: Equipping Christians to Engage the Culture” and “Pro-Life 101: A Step-by-Step Guide to making Your Case Persuasively.
My pro-life activism is different from the majority, but I still am making a “case for life”, and I need to “make my case persuasively”. I may spend the rest of my life trying to explain what is wrong with legalized murder, but I think that it is one of the most relevant things I can do.
I will gladly support what Scott Klusendorf does because we have a common goal. I have my own plan to end abortion, but I can’t do it alone. I think that different pro-lifers can help each other see the flaws in their own reasoning so that we are all more effective.