Louis C.K. says abortion is killing a baby, but that women should have the right. Atheist columnist says it’s possible to have meaning and purpose without God. What do these two things have to do with each other?
One of the featured components of Trinity Insight will be videos of Trinity Radio episodes.
In this Trinity Radio episode, Dr. Braxton Hunter and Dr. Johnathan Pritchett look at the issue of abortion from the unusual perspective of comedian Louis C.K., examine the idea of meaning coming from somewhere other than God, and how the two are related.
Due to the ~1 hour length of this Trinity Radio episode, we cannot include a transcript of the full episode, but we’ll conclude with this excerpt from the end of the episode from Trinity president, Dr. Braxton Hunter:
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