Our Guest: Gabriel Greenspan, New York State Right to Life
This presentation seeks to give an overview of denial of care issues from a pro-life Lutheran perspective. The presentation begins by examining denial of care issues in light of Lutheran theology as well as considering some practical considerations regarding denial of care. Then, this presentation gives a summary of some of the more prominent denial of care cases historically, namely the Karen Ann Quinlan case, the Nancy Cruzan case, the Terri Schiavo case, and the Charlie Gard case. Finally, this presentation ends with giving some relevant Scripture, practical action steps, and vocational considerations regarding denial of care.
Gabriel Greenspan is the proud product of a homeschool education. After graduating from high school (homeschooled!), he attended Western New England University in Springfield, Massachusetts, where he received a bachelor’s degree in political science. After that, he had three DC internships. The first was with the National Journalism Center which is associated with Young America’s Foundation. The second was in the office of Congressman Chris Smith (R, NJ) who is the longtime co-chair of the Congressional Pro-Life Caucus. Finally, the third was with the Competitive Enterprise Institute which is an economically libertarian think tank. In October of 2019, he was hired by New York State Right to Life and continues to work there to this day, proudly serving as a political and legislative assistant.
Recorded March 15, 2022.