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Personhood Alliance Podcast
46 minutes | 6 months ago
EPISODE 6: The Church in the Time of Coronavirus
Times of crisis are when the light of Christ shines most brightly. Whether it be a personal crisis or a national pandemic, Christians are called to share God’s love though concern for one another as image bearers of God.Unfortunately, the secular state and the natural fear of many clerics has led the churches to recede into the shadows at the time when the Gospel is most needed.Sarah Quale of Personhood Education, Pastor Mike Demastus of Personhood Iowa, and Gualberto Garcia Jones of the Personhood Alliance analyze some of the challenges and opportunities posed by the coronavirus pandemic in the light of personhood.We hope you enjoy this podcast, subscribe to it from your favorite podcast platform and visit our website’s blog to read about many interesting developments in personhood.You might enjoy these articles:PETITION TO SUPPORT SIDEWALK COUNSELORS’ RIGHTS DELIVERED ACROSS THE COUNTRYPOST-ROE IS HERE: COVID-19 AND EFFORTS TO BAN ABORTIONCOVID-19, THE PRO-LIFE MOVEMENT, AND OUR CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTSMORE PRO-LIFERS ARRESTED AS ABORTION INDUSTRY CAPITALIZES ON COVID-19THE ROLE OF ITALY’S AGING POPULATION IN THE SPREAD OF CORONAVIRUS
42 minutes | a year ago
EPISODE 5: Drag Queens and the American Library Association vs. Children
Drag Queen Story Hours are taking the country by storm. Grown men dressed as grotesque and sexually provocative caricatures of women go into public libraries to “teach” prepubescent children about gender fluidity. Amazingly, there is virtually no organization willing and able to stand up to this child abuse movement. Pro-lifers are often accused by leftist abortion advocates of only caring about children until they are born. The Personhood Alliance is showing the falsity of this claim by getting involved in fighting the dangerous Drag Queen Story Hours. In this podcast we interview one woman who has decided to do something about this insanity. Georgia Kijesky is the head of Personhood Maryland and has recently been featured on EWTN and the Heritage Foundation where she has shared her experience battling a perverse library intent on corrupting the children of this rural Maryland community. Read more about how the American Library Association has orchestrated these efforts: https://personhood.org/2019/07/18/dra… https://personhood.org/2019/06/10/lib… Watch Georgia Kijesky on EWTN: https://youtu.be/PiyvdaZ-RnQ Watch Georgia Kijesky at the Heritage Foundation: https://youtu.be/ITzUflDtNQU Watch the St. Mary’s County Commissioners meeting: https://youtu.be/p29YabWu73I?t=609 (note the warning at the beginning of the video and compare it to the lack of warning to children exposed to this material at the library)
36 minutes | a year ago
EPISODE 4: The Courts vs. the Pro-Life Movement
Is the United States a republic ruled by the people and for the people, or is it a government by the judiciary?As proudly reported by NARAL, every pro-life abortion ban passed in the last year has now been enjoined (blocked) by a federal district court. So now what do we do?Thankfully, ALL of the extremist bans on abortion from this year have now been blocked from taking effect, and abortion is still legal in all 50 states. But SCOTUS’s pending decision in June Medical Services v. Gee could still dismantle abortion rights. https://t.co/9qgjyeb3mu— NARAL (@NARAL) October 30, 2019Read our report on the blocking of Alabama’s abortion law here.In addition, ten activist state supreme courts judicially created a state constitutional right to abortion that is broader than the federal “right” created by Roe v. Wade and Casey.https://www.npr.org/2019/04/26/717449336/kansas-supreme-court-rules-state-constitution-protects-right-to-abortionIn this podcast we discuss the role of the judiciary in the struggle to defend the right to life of all innocent human beings. We conclude that two things must happen for the right to life to guaranteed in the United States:1. The problem of government by the judiciary has to be tackled head on, and2. Pro-lifers must not be afraid to argue consistently demanding that pre-born children be recognized as constitutional persons with fundamental rights.Read our report on the blocking of Alabama’s abortion law here.
45 minutes | a year ago
EPISODE 3: Guttmacher Report Deep Dive
Some pro-life organizations say their efforts are responsible for the historic low abortion rates reported by Planned Parenthood’s research arm, the Guttmacher Institute. Meanwhile, the report itself claims that it is increased access to contraception, and not the effect of pro-life laws that has lowered abortion rates. Personhood Alliance president, Gualberto Garcia Jones, and Personhood Alliance Education president Sarah Quale cut through the pro-life and pro-abortion spin to explain why the Guttmacher report is showing a historic decrease in the abortion rate. In fact neither the mainstream pro-life groups nor the pro-abortion groups are telling you the truth about the reasons for the abortion decrease. Watch this podcast to find out the truth about abortion rates and why both sides are avoiding it. Read the entire report here: www.guttmacher.org/report/abortion-incidence-service-availability-us-2017
48 minutes | a year ago
EPISODE 2: Is National Right to Life the Pro-Life Movement’s Worst Enemy?
Is the National Right to Life Committee (NRLC) the worst enemy of the pro-life movement? For decades the pro-life movement has been divided as to strategy and the immorality of compromising with the evil of abortion, but on August 12, 2019, James Bopp, general counsel of National Right to Life, went so far as to testify in an open session of the Tennessee Senate against the Tennessee heartbeat/viability bill. You can see the testimony for yourself here: https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/nat… Gualberto Garcia Jones, Esq. president of the Personhood Alliance, and Sarah Quale, president of Personhood Education talk about James Bopp’s testimony and the battle for the soul of the pro-life movement. Watch the full Video Podcast here:
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