Dr J addresses the Congregation at Skyline Church in La Mesa, CA
Feb 2010, Commonwealth Debate, San Francisco -- "Dr. Morse, I have one particular compliment – it is vitally important to not concede (our) opponent's inaccurate or ill-founded assertions — and you did that. Much of their strategy is what I will call “assertion-based” If no one contests the point, it is, in their apparent way of thinking, converted into a stipulation. This sleight of hand must be resisted and you did so. I am glad that you are willing to engage in these forums. Your doing so gives aid and comfort to many who share your concerns but who cannot or will not participate in the same way.
"Next week we are taking up the anonymous sperm donor legislation...we are raising a great deal of awareness of the issue. Thanks to you...I feel very grateful to know someone who could point the way for me. Thanks for being a great lamppost."Cynthia Davis, State Representative from Missosuri and Chairman of the Children and Families Committee
"...having Dr. Roback-Morse speak at the University of Colorado was a great boon for faculty, staff
and students. Approaching feminism from a different perspective certainly made them think, surprising
them with her depth of thought and the greatness of the Christian understanding of femininity, sexuality
and the modern world. We are very grateful for her presence and excellent presentation. We look forward
to having her back!"
Father Kevin R. Augustyn Director of Catholic Campus Ministry
"She showed us how to make arguments about what is right without just relying on faith" — "She said what we needed to hear in a totally unique way that was right at our level" — "She provoked many good discussions here"
Student's comments about Dr J after a conference
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