Day 2 of GAP at UT Chattanooga
Day 2 at UT Chattanooga (UTC) was another awesome day of GAP. Come to think of it, I’ve participated in perhaps 150 days of GAP, and every single one of them was awesome. Maybe that’s why we want to do even more of it.
It was another hot, hot day at UTC. Before this week would be over, the heat would take it’s toll. In fact, I’m typing this a full 2 weeks later, and my body hasn’t fully recovered, yet. Please pray for healing and recovery.
We were greeted by protesters, which is always a plus. They attracted the newspaper to come and do a story on our project. The pro-aborts really don’t know what to do about us. If they don’t respond at all, then we dominate the landscape. If they do respond, they look silly.
For example, this group didn’t try to argue that abortion is OK. No they took a very nuanced view of the First Amendment:
- Free speech is important and should be protected.
- We shouldn’t be allowed to show abortion pictures because it made them uncomfortable.
One guy, who was not even pro-life, came by to protest the protesters. He was there on behalf of the First Amendment. Like we always say, “GAP is like a box of chock-lits; ya neva know WATT your gonna gay-et.”
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