Georgia RTL President on "Personhood"
This is the show from Monday May 9th, 2011.
* Personhood author Dan Becker on BEL: Bob Enyart and CRTL vice president Leslie Hanks interview Daniel Becker on his book, Personhood. As the president of Georgia RTL, one of the largest state affiliates of National Right To Life, Dan Becker is one of the important leaders promoting personhood. A decade ago GRTL changed it's criteria for candidates deciding to refuse endorsements for "pro-life" politicians with "exceptions." Georgia Right To Life has since been electing more pro-personhood, pro-life without exceptions politicians than any other state! And among the many groups and leaders that have recently come along to support personhood, Dan mentions Don Wildmon of the American Family Association, and Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council, and Morton Blackwell of the Leadership Training Institute.
Today’s Resource: Now you can order Focus on the Strategy 3 as well as Focus on the Strategy 1 & 2 DVD combo containing the blockbuster analysis of pro-life and political strategy. Focus on the Strategy, advertised by other ministries as the DVD of the Century, is the blockbuster analysis of Christian political strategy, filmed before a live audience of 300 Christian activists revealing a presentation given to Focus on the Family to Dr. James Dobson's V.P. Tom Minnery and their Public Policy group. And the sequel, film festival finalist Focus on the Strategy II, with its dozens of video and audio clips which has extraordinary endorsements from many Christian leaders as the must see video for everyone who wants to end 'legalized' abortion. And now, Focus 3 presents American RTL's three-pronged strategy of how to end abortion! Please watch these vitally important videos online or order the above DVDs, and consider getting a set for a friend, for a pro-life leader or activist you know, and for your local pro-life organization!
WARNING: Graphic video here.
"The more scientifically literate, intellectually honest and objectively skeptical a person is, the more likely they are to disbelieve in anything supernatural, including god."
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