Josh Brahm

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Why is the Hobby Lobby HHS Mandate Battle So Important to Pro-Lifers?
Washington, DC | 4/10/14

We’re interrupting our series with Steven Ertelt to give you an update on the Supreme Court case, Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby Stores.

The Girl Scouts and Planned Parenthood: Still Best Friends
Washington, DC | 4/3/14

Steven Ertelt, Founder and Editor of LifeNews.com, shares his expertise on the relationship between the Girl Scouts of America and Planned Parenthood.

What Should You Say to a Woman Who is Happy She Had an Abortion?
Washington, DC | 3/18/14

I got a great question from a colleague recently, and wanted to share my thoughts with you.

Brutal Infanticides in North Korea are Worse Than What Peter Singer Supports
Pyongyang, North Korea | 3/4/14

A gruesome report on human rights abuses in North Korea was recently released. There are some things that pro-life people may be tempted to say about it that I think would be misguided.

How Should Pro-Lifers Talk About Birth Control?
Washington, DC | 2/18/14

Debating Abortion: “Do You Listen or Just Wait to Talk?”
Washington, DC | 2/11/14

In a deleted scene from Pulp Fiction, Mia Wallace (Uma Thurman) meets Vincent Vega (John Travolta) and the first thing she asks him is, “When in conversation, do you listen, or do you just wait to talk?”

Responding to the “I’m Pro-Life But…” Arguments for Abortion
Washington, DC | 2/6/14

I was asked to give an apologetics speech at the Students for Life of America 2014 West Coast National Conference.rapeexception I was given a title, “I’m Pro-Life, But…” that I was allowed to do anything I wanted with, so I chose to respond to these four common statements and questions:

Four Reasons Pro-Lifers Need to Stop Doing This
Washington, DC | 1/19/14

Trigger warning for those who have experienced sexual trauma.

Should Women Be Punished if Abortion Becomes Illegal?
Washington, DC | 12/19/13

Rebecca Hashke from Justice For All joins Josh Brahm and Gabi Vehrs to discuss a question that pro-lifers often struggle with.

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