Scott Klusendorf on Moral Relativism & Its Relation to Abortion - LIB100 Approved!
Moral Relativism and its Relation to Abortion
Date and TimeMonday, February 10, 2014
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
- Kirkhof Center » RM 2204 PERE MARQUETTE
A controversial, but important, issue of our age is the impact of morals upon our society in conjunction with topic of the Pro-Choice and Pro-Life debate that was ignited in the landmark Supreme Court ruling of Roe V. Wade. Over 40 years has passed since the decision with the lead plaintiff of the case, 'Jane Roe' (Norma McCorvey), changing her stance from Pro-Choice to Pro-Life and both sides playing out legislation concerning women's health at local, state, and national levels.
Speaker Scott Klusendorf will address the topic of moral relativism and its impact on society, while relating the subject to today's issue of abortion and individual right to life. After the presentation, discussion with the audience will be held.
Mr. Klusendorf is an engaging speaker who has appeared on nationally syndicated TV and radio shows as well as lectured student groups at over 70 colleges and universities including Stanford, UCLA, Johns Hopkins, MIT, and the U.S. Air Force Academy. He is a graduate of UCLA with honors and holds a Masters Degree from Biola University.
This event is sponsored by two Grand Valley student groups, Students for Life and the Catholic Student Association.
Benjamin J. Soltis
Students for Life