Monday, March 10, 2014
Upcoming events: FL, PA, and your computer
40 is a documentary film that paints a picture of the pro-life movement forty years after Roe v. Wade. Along the way, the film examines issues of feminism, rape, secular and religious values, prenatal development, and more. It also features the personal stories of women who have faced crisis pregnancies, some of whom chose abortion and some of whom chose life.
Secular Pro-Life president Kelsey Hazzard is one of the many pro-life leaders interviewed in 40, and she will be present at this screening. Director John Morales will be there too. Lex Vitae, the pro-life student organization at Ave Maria School of Law, has graciously provided the space.
Date: Friday, April 4, 2014
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Location: 1025 Commons Circle, Room 110, Naples, FL 34119
Food: TBD, but there will be some.
This event is free; however, we will request donations to benefit Secular Pro-Life projects.
Space is limited. Please RSVP on facebook.
Reminder: Life/Peace/Justice Conference in Philadelphia, PA
We've told you about this before, but it's not too late to sign up for the Life/Peace/Justice conference on Saturday, March 29! This conference is organized by our friends at the Life Matters Journals. Speakers will address abortion, suicide, capital punishment, child abuse, drone warfare, and the need for a broad coalition in defense of human life. It will be held at Villanova University in Philly. Registration is required, but affordable. Learn more on the Life/Peace/Justice website.
Unofficial Event: Abortion Debate Podcast
This is not an SPL-sponsored event, but it may be of interest to our members. Clinton Wilcox and Matt Dillahunty will face off in an abortion debate on a Christian podcast called Theology Matters with the Pellews. The debate will take place on Tuesday, March 25 at 6pm EST, and will subsequently be available on the Theology Matters website.
Clinton is a Christian ally of SPL and a frequent contributor to this blog, most often on popular philosophical arguments (the famous violinist, a future like ours, etc.). Matt is a pro-choice atheist best known as the host of The Atheist Experience.