Ken talks with Mary Eberstadt about her two most recent books. In Adam and Eve after the Pill – Paradoxes of the Sexual Revolution, Mary challenges widespread attitudes about the benefits of contraceptives and the sexual revolution – especially the impact on women. In her book The Loser Letters – A Comic Tale of Life, Death, and Atheism she challenges “the new atheists” in an effective humorous manner. This book has been compared favorably with C. S. Lewis’s famous The Screwtap Letters. Her books (both published by Ignatius Press) are available at http://www.ignatius.com/Products/AEAP-H/adam-and-eve-after-the-pill.aspx and http://www.ignatius.com/Products/LOSLET-P/the-loser-letters.aspx
Steve Koob talks with Emily Sederstrand, freelance lecturer and fertility educator, about her experience coming into the pro-life movement, the conversion of doctors from prescribing contraception, and the education of young women about their fertility. Emily Sederstrand also talks about the dangerous effects of the Pill and the reaction people have when they learn of these effects.
Steve Koob talks with Fr. Matthew Habiger, priest, theology professor, and active member of NFP Outreach, about his paper 50 Years on the Pill, and family life according to God’s Plan. In 50 Years on the Pill, Fr. Matthew Habiger discusses what many believed the Pill would do and the effects it has actually had on our society today.
Steve Koob talks with Dr. Chris Kahlenborn, author of Breast Cancer: Its Link to Abortion and the Birth Control Pill, about his book and research on how and why breast cancer is preventable, and how abortion and the birth control pill greatly increase a woman’s risk.