The video "I'm Pro-Life, Change My Mind" contains lots of helpful information to make a compelling pro-life argument. The video itself is a bit long, so let me break it down for you...
The first thing that you should do is define terms.
At this point, it's advantageous to get your opponent on your side. Finding a common ground on something can help.
Answer Important Questions
Next you should explore the most important questions.
Steven Crowder stated life starts at conception. He justified it by saying "After conception, there's a unique genetic code."
Be Careful of Victim Status
Answers to Counter Pro-Abortion Arguments
It's Not My Decision
You can take a moral stand about something that doesn't affect you directly. In fact, standing up and fighting for tiny humans that can't defend themselves is nobel.
A great example from the video is "I'm against slavery. I think that it's bad, but if someone else makes that decision, I have no right to judge their right to choose slavery."
Well My Opinion Is...
What About a Women's Choice
Yes, women should have choices.
Many people believe that the fetus becomes a baby worth saving when it can survive outside the womb, but this theory brings up many questions.
Crowder brought up the point that babies born in the 40s could not survive as premature as early as they can today. This makes the point are babies born now "more important just because of our technology?"
Is a baby that has a better chance of premature viability because of the advanced medical devices in wealthier communities like Manhattan worth more than an infant in the back woods of Tennessee?
The Rape Debate
"The rapist has committed an evil, evil act," he continued. "I'm simply saying that you can't meet an evil act with a greater evil that is a termination of a life."
"I just don't believe meeting evil with a more evil act."