What Makes Humans Valuable, Part 2: The Religion Objection

From Ethics at the Edge of Life

  • September 17, 2010
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Professor Scott Klusendorf confronts the widespread argument that dismisses the pro-life point of view due to its religious grounds. Klusendorf also explains the proper and improper ways to respond to this argument and equips listeners with the tools necessary to take on anti-religious opposition.

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  • What Makes Humans Valuable, Part 1: Substance View of Human Persons

    Professor Scott Klusendorf outlines in detail the philosophical argument that is the foundation of the pro-life view. This argument, as Klusendorf describes, is rooted in the value of human beings ...

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    8. What Makes Humans Valuable, Part 2: The Religion Objection

    by Scott Klusendorf

    14:58 — September 17, 2010

    What Makes Humans Valuable, Part 2: The Religion Objection

    Professor Scott Klusendorf confronts the widespread argument that dismisses the pro-life point of view due to its religious grounds. Klusendorf also explains the proper and improper ways to respond...

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    by Scott B Rae

    68:47 — September 18, 2010

    Death, Dying, and Assisted Suicide, Part 1

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