The Atlanta Journal-Constitution (AJC), revealed that GSU was “not excited about the upcoming appearance” of the pro-lifers, and explained why GSU “would allow speech that is hateful or mean-spirited” on GSU campus. Now why is a pro-life display “hurtful, sometimes deeply so,” if the unborn are not human persons? If the unborn are merely tissue mass, as the pro-choice side claims, then why would it deeply hurt anyone to see that our society is complicit in the removal of mere clumps of cells?
One thing that convinces me that the pro-life position is true is, interestingly enough, the behavior of pro-choicers. Obviously, pro-lifers believe that abortion takes the lives of “precious unborn human persons.” But ironically, the behavior of pro-choicers also reveals that, deep down, they also believe abortion takes the lives of innocent human persons.
A recurring pattern that emerges in interactions with pro-choicers is how they are unwilling to engage the arguments of pro-lifers. They instead seek to silence, censor, and shout down pro-life evidence. And on the occasions where they cannot ignore pro-life evidence, where they are forced to respond, their words and actions betray the deep internal insecurities that reveal what they really think abortion is and does.
It’s like the pro-choice advocates know they cannot win a fair debate on the issue and instead must use sheer power to “suppress the truth in unrighteousness.” Witness how there are so few (if any) formal debates between spokespeople from each side on college campuses today. It’s not for lack of trying, though.