We, at Rebelutionary Musings, all share a strong passion for life and, specifically, the life and cause of the unborn. We believe life is a gift from God that no man can take without just cause and that we are called to be guardians of life, not destroyers of life. As Rebelutionaries, we hope and pray that we will never let an opportunity to defend life slip by without grasping it and holding to it until its end.
One of the most important ways to defend life is to educate yourself and educate those around you. Never assume that an value is so self-evident that we needn't be bothered with studying how best to defend it.
The best place to start in spreading your beliefs is with those that already agree with you a lot. So, to this end, Mark Driscoll and Randy Alcorn share keen insight into an inconsistency within the thought processes of "pro-life" evangelicals. Their basic point is that you can't be "pro-life...but...".
Please listen to and pass this on to your friends that you think would be encouraged and benefited by it and those who could be persuaded by it.
Are Young Pro-Life Evangelicals Inconsistent?