Episode 117

The Abortion Pill Pandemic and Chalking it Up to Planned Parenthood

My wife Chelsea and I finish our two-part series on the abortion pill regimen (mifepristone and misoprostol).

We trace the history of the abortion pill from when it was first approved by the FDA to the current push to distribute it to the masses by mail.

The abortion industry claims the abortion pill is "safer than Tylenol." Of course we know it's not "safe" for the baby that's murdered, but we show from the statistics that it's not safe for women either. As the rate of deaths increased over the second decade, we expect deaths to skyrocket from mail-in abortions.

We finish the episode by talking about our recent experience doing sidewalk messages at a Planned Parenthood.

Sources Consulted:

Kelly Cleland, "The FDA Should Remove Its Restrictions on the 'Abortion Pill' Mifepristone," Scientific American, August 21, 2021.

Carole Novielli, "The abortion pill: So dangerous it needs a rare safety requirement," Live Action, June 6, 2020.

"Medication Abortion," Guttmacher Institute, February, 2021.

Eva Chalas and Maureen G. Phipps, "ACOG Applauds the FDA for its Action on Mifepristone Access During the COVID-19 Pandemic," American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, April 12, 2021.

Scripture Cited:

2 Corinthians 10:3-6

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Daniel Mynyk

Daniel Mynyk is a software developer with experience in the education, real estate, and manufacturing industries. He is a devout Christian and an affluent lay apologist, having taught adult Sunday School classes in theology and church history. Daniel has authored the book "Freedom To Give: The Biblical Truth About Tithing." He has also been a guest on the syndicated radio show Bob Enyart Live and popular podcasts such as Apologetics Live, Theology Throw Down, and The Rap Report with Andrew Rappaport. He runs the apologetic website TruthHub.org and hosts the weekly podcast Truthspresso. Daniel lives with his wife Chelsea their four kids.