Tue, 11 March 2014
Josh interviews Jojo Ruba, former staff member of the Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform and Executive Director of Faith Beyond Belief.
After talking about the pro-life presentations that have been protested and censored by Canadian pro-choice activists, Jojo answers the 9-question Life Report Questionnaire that has been answered by many other pro-life leaders in the past. I altered it a little for this interview, taking out the questions on stem cell research and euthanasia to focus more on the graphic pictures debate and how pro-lifers should treat pro-choice people.
I love this quote from Jojo, in regards to what he does when he's talking to a pro-choice person: "I say a little prayer, and the prayer is this: 'Father, show me how I can love this person today.'"
What did you get in trouble for as a child?
What is your favorite movie, and why?
What has been the pro-life movement’s greatest victory (or victories) so far?
What has been the pro-life movement’s greatest failing or weakness?
Graphic Pictures: Should we use them, and if so, how, when, and where?
Is there a difference between showing non-graphic but disturbing images in public (like the human trafficking truck) and showing graphic images of abortion in public?
How should pro-lifers interact with those who are pro-abortion-choice?
What kind of tips are you offering students you train on how to treat pro-choice people with respect?
What single thing should pro-lifers be doing that most are NOT doing right now?