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Church-Planter Nick Bogardus of Cross of Christ Church Interviews Seth Gruber on Abortion

Church-Planter Nick Bogardus of Cross of Christ Church Interviews Seth Gruber on Abortion

Last month, I had the opportunity to join church-planter and Pastor Nick Bogardus of Cross of Christ Church Orange County to discuss abortion on the church’s podcast! We discussed the history of Roe v. Wade, the current state of the pro-life movement under the Trump administration, and debunked 9 common pro-choice arguments and myths! Our conversation is now available to you on UnAborted!

We dealt with arguments such as “It’s just a fetus,” “It’s a woman’s body,” “Abortion is needed in cases of rape,” “Aborted children would have often grown up in challenging circumstances,” “Banning abortion will force women into dangerous back-alley abortion clinics,” and much more!

Three Reasons Why The 'Dangers of Illegal Abortions' Argument is Misleading, Deceptive, and Sexist

Three Reasons Why The 'Dangers of Illegal Abortions' Argument is Misleading, Deceptive, and Sexist

With the tidal wave of recent pro-life legislation coming from states like Missouri, Georgia, Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi, and Ohio, we have been hearing again all the ridiculous and repeatedly refuted pro-abortion arguments. Leading this fallacious charge is the argument that says, “abortion needs to remain legal because women will get them anyway, and criminalizing abortion will force women to obtain unsafe illegal abortions, and thousands will die like they did before Roe.”

Putting aside the fact that abortion is never safe because being killed is never safe, this argument makes several dangerous missteps in its reasoning. Assuming the crazed feticide apologists will have a rational conversation with you at all (a big assumption), here are the three reasons why this argument is misleading, deceptive, and sexist.