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Speaking Up For The Unborn

Author : Mike Brady
ISBN : 9781683140733
Genre : Religion
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Mike Brady and Neil Travisano provide specifics on how to bring healing for those who have experienced abortion as well as prolife education to every part of the church. Included are many biblical passages that support the value of human life, clear descriptions of what abortion involves, answers to questions regarding social issues and the church, steps to supporting a local pregnancy center, sample sermon outlines, ideas for being a pro-life ambassador at your church or school, and much more. Mike and Neil provide ways to bring about change in the church, change that works.
Category: Religion

For Life

Author : Linda Baartse
ISBN : 0994727984
Genre : Social Science
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How do we understand and articulate the biblical basis for the pro-life position? How should we respond to the killing of unborn children? The biblical and historical answer to such questions lies in drawing attention to the idolatry which gave rise to our present culture's obsession with death, and demonstrating that life is something rooted in the nature of God, that can only be given or taken on God's authority. This short book is intended to equip Christians with a biblical foundation for why and how to speak up for life, and minister to the vulnerable souls who are considering abortion with compassionate understanding.
Category: Social Science

Wisdom To Live By

Author : Henry Gariepy
ISBN : 0896930378
Genre : Philosophy
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Our survival as a society and our adequacy for living out our faith daily requires a wisdom that transcends mere human understanding. Wisdom to Live By focuses on 100 texts from the core collection of the wisest counsel ever given to man: Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and Song of Songs.
Category: Philosophy


Author : Ian McEwan
ISBN : 9780385542081
Genre : Fiction
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New from the bestselling author of Atonement and The Children Act Trudy has betrayed her husband, John. She's still in the marital home—a dilapidated, priceless London townhouse—but John's not there. Instead, she's with his brother, the profoundly banal Claude, and the two of them have a plan. But there is a witness to their plot: the inquisitive, nine-month-old resident of Trudy's womb. Told from a perspective unlike any other, Nutshell is a classic tale of murder and deceit from one of the world’s master storytellers. From the Hardcover edition.
Category: Fiction

Why Catholics Are Right

Author : Michael Coren
ISBN : 0771023235
Genre : Religion
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A practicing Catholic defends the faith and offers a passionate response to current anti-Catholic opinion. In Why Catholics Are Right, author, columnist, and practicing Catholic Michael Coren examines four main aspects of Catholicism as they are encountered, understood, and more importantly, misunderstood today. Beginning with a frank examination of the tragedy of the Catholic clergy abuse scandal, Coren addresses some of them most common attacks on Catholics and Catholicism. Tracing Catholic history, he deconstructs popular and frequent anti-Catholic arguments regarding the Church and the Crusades, the Inquisition, Galileo, and the Holocaust. He examines Catholic theology and central pillars of Catholic belief, explaining why Catholics believe what they do: papal infallibility, immaculate conception, the Church rather than Bible alone. Finally, he explores the dignity of life argument and why it is so important to Catholicism. In this challenging and thought-provoking book, Michael Coren demolishes often propagated myths about the Church's beliefs and teachings, and in doing so, opens a window onto Catholicism, which, he writes, "is as important now as it ever was and perhaps even more necessary." From the Hardcover edition.
Category: Religion

One Parent S Story Struggle Teenagers What Was I Thinking

Author : Leon Segers Jr.
ISBN : 9781479731015
Genre : Fiction
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Although the title of this book indicates One parents story, struggle its actually about the battle between all parents and teens; or simply adults and teens in general. I say battle, but it has actually risen to the potential for what I call generational warfare. Basically, teenagers have little respect for adults; especially parents. The protocol is simple; and yes most adults do recall progressing strategically in the same way during their own youth. Even before were born; we make demands. Then after weve grown a few years; we make many more demands. By the age of ten to thirteen, we more than expect those demands to unquestionably be met. Finally by the last 3 to 5 years of youth while living at home with our parents; weve assessed who our biggest enemy is and how we would like to take down who we now see as both an enemy, and a dictator. Simply put: after youve bitten the hand that feeds you for so long; that hand begins to appear useless. And once that represents uselessness; the person behind that outreaching hand, also serves no purpose to you. So the stage is set. Teenagers wont look back with any sense of appreciation; and parents, who also continued to grow; will look back and wonder: was it all worth it. Many are optimistic, while others are in denial. But most can only feel one thingWhat was I thinking.
Category: Fiction

A Child Is Born

Author : Lennart Nilsson
ISBN : OCLC:757426462
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Christopher Unborn

Author : Carlos Fuentes
ISBN : 1564783391
Genre : Fiction
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Mexico, 1991: Black acid rain falls on "Makesicko City", the most polluted, most populated city in the world. Amid this apocalyptic landscape a prize is being offered to the first child born on the 500th anniversary of Columbus' discovery of America. That child is the narrator of this passionate, savage novel by one of the world's preeminent writers.
Category: Fiction

Speak Rwanda

Author : Julian R. Pierce
ISBN : 9780312203672
Genre : Fiction
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Traces the interlinked lives of several characters as they try to survive the civil war in Rwanda, one of the most violent and deeply disturbing acts of genocide since World War II. 15,000 first printing.
Category: Fiction