What do you think about abortion?

Abortion: Human right? Thursday March 22nd, 7-9pm, Hamilton Hall 302.

Stephanie Gray of the Canadian Center for Bio-Ethical Reform will deliver her opening statement on the position that abortion is a human violation. Following that will be an extended Q&A session with the audience.

A conversation on abortion that will provoke discussion, raise questions, and prompt you to engage in honest thought and dialogue.

Why come?

You have questions about abortion…

You have had an encounter with abortion before and are seeking answers…

You’ve been faced with the issue of abortion before (in conversation, class, or crisis), and want to learn more about how to defend your position…

You’re undecided on whether abortion is a woman’s choice, or whether it’s wrong to abort the unborn…

You want to know the scientific facts of when human life begins…

You have never seriously thought about this issue before and want to come to an informed judgment …

You don’t think it’s possible to come to an informed judgment, or “objective answer” about abortion, and need reasons to show you otherwise…

Perhaps you’ve only ever heard emotional responses to the topic of abortion and have never heard the arguments made for the pro-life or pro-choice case…

You like to be engaged in intellectually stimulating discussion on important issues, and participate in honest thought and dialogue about matters of ethics and the human person…

You are interested in moral issues, ethics, free speech, debates, human dignity and rights…

For all these reasons and more, participating in the event “Abortion: Human Right or Human Violation?” will provide answers, provoke discussion, raise questions, and prompt you to engage in honest thought and dialogue about matters of ethics and the human person.


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