You’ve watched the conversation, above. Now it’s time to revisit three key moments in the dialogue.
Begin with the broad principle. When asked for his opinion, the student tosses it back onto Evangeline. She doesn’t just say, "I think abortion is wrong." Instead she appeals to the bedrock principle—an obvious point of common ground the student will not deny.
Point to logical conclusions. When the student suggests abortion is the answer to a tough situation, Evangeline doesn’t just say, "You’re wrong, that doesn’t justify killing a preborn baby." Instead, she invites him to consider applying his logic to another young human.
Point to a better worldview. Sensing his mind changing on abortion, Evangeline now strengthens his new conviction. She points to the ugliness of prejudice. She also presents a strong view of human equality.