About This Episode
Peter and Susannah have a long conversation with Professor Robert P. George of Princeton University.
A veteran of the pro-life movement, Robert P. George reflects on the opportunity that we now have to build just laws that support the wellbeing of mothers and their children, and, echoing Lincoln, of the need to heal the division between pro-life and pro-choice Americans as much as possible, without compromising on what we believe to be right.
He discusses his thoughts about the future of pro-life politics, and the need for supporting both private and public aid to mothers and families.
- I: Robert P. George: A Life for Life
- II: Robert P. George: After Roe
- III: Robert P. George: Pro-Life Jurisprudence and Policy
- IV: Robert P. George: Recovering Human Worth
- Robert P. George, Cornell West, Peter Mommsen, “The Politics of the Gospel,“ Plough
- Robert P. George, “Marriage: Can We Have Justice Without It?,” Plough
- Dobbs v. Jackson. Brief amicus curiae of Robert P. George and John Finnis, 29 July 2021
- Leah Libresco,“ In a Post-Roe World, We Can Avoid Pitting Mothers Against Babies,” New York Times
- Brown, Patrick T. Envisioning a Pro-Family Agenda, EPPC