THE PRO LIFE CHOICE DEBATE

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The Pro Life Choice Debate

Author : Mark Youngblood Herring
ISBN : 0313317100
Genre : History
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Herring examines the issue from the debate's origin to its current state and expected future. Narrative chapters include discussions of the pro and con arguments associated with abortion, featuring quotes from doctors, politicians, religious figures, and ordinary people.
Category: History

Pro Life Pro Choice

Author : Bertha Alvarez Manninen
ISBN : 0826519903
Genre : Health & Fitness
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"Debates the pro-choice versus pro-life stance on abortion. Examines the legal status of the fetus in the recent Personhood Amendments in state legislatures and in Supreme Court decisions, and asks whether Roe v. Wade should have focused on the viability of the fetus or on the bodily integrity of the woman"--
Category: Health & Fitness

Beyond Pro Life And Pro Choice

Author : Kathy Rudy
ISBN : 0807004278
Genre : Social Science
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Looks at attitudes towards abortion within four religious or philosophical systems--Catholicism, evangelical Protestantism, feminism, and liberalism--and explains why each group is unlikely to change its views
Category: Social Science

Pro Life Answers To Pro Choice Arguments

Author : Randy Alcorn
ISBN : 9780307565440
Genre : Religion
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As politicians, citizens, and families continue the raging national debate on whether it's proper to end human life in the womb, resources like Randy Alcorn's Prolife Answers to Prochoice Arguments have proven invaluable. With over 75,000 copies in print, this revised and updated guide offers timely information and inspiration from a "sanctity of life" perspective. Real answers to real questions about abortion appear in logical and concise form. The final chapter -- "Fifty Ways to Help Unborn Babies and Their Mothers"-- is worth the price of this book alone! From the Trade Paperback edition.
Category: Religion

Defenders Of The Unborn

Author : Daniel K. Williams
ISBN : 9780199391646
Genre : Abortion
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"Abortion is the most divisive issue in America's culture wars, seemingly creating a clear division between conservative members of the Religious Right and people who align themselves with socially and politically liberal causes. In Defenders of the Unborn, historian Daniel K. Williams complicates the history of abortion debates in the United States by offering a detailed, engagingly written narrative of the pro-life movement's mid-twentieth-century origins. He explains that the movement began long before Roe v. Wade, and traces its fifty-year history to explain how and why abortion politics have continued to polarize the nation up to the present day"--Provided by publisher.
Category: Abortion

Contested Lives

Author : Faye D. Ginsburg
ISBN : 052092245X
Genre : Social Science
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Based on the struggle over a Fargo, North Dakota, abortion clinic, Contested Lives explores one of the central social conflicts of our time. Both wide-ranging and rich in detail, it speaks not simply to the abortion issue but also to the critical role of women's political activism. A new introduction addresses the events of the last decade, which saw the emergence of Operation Rescue and a shift toward more violent, even deadly, forms of anti-abortion protest. Responses to this trend included government legislation, a decline in clinics and doctors offering abortion services, and also the formation of Common Ground, an alliance bringing together activists from both sides to address shared concerns. Ginsburg shows that what may have seemed an ephemeral artifact of "Midwestern feminism" of the 1980s actually foreshadowed unprecedented possibilities for reconciliation in one of the most entrenched conflicts of our times.
Category: Social Science

After Roe

Author : Mary Ziegler
ISBN : 9780674286283
Genre : Law
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In the decade after the 1973 Supreme Court decision on abortion, advocates on both sides sought common ground. But as pro-abortion and anti-abortion positions hardened over time into pro-choice and pro-life, the myth was born that Roe v. Wade was a ruling on a woman’s right to choose. Mary Ziegler’s account offers a corrective.
Category: Law

Beyond The Abortion Wars

Author : Charles C. Camosy
ISBN : 9781467442916
Genre : Philosophy
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Cuts through the mass confusion surrounding abortion and lays out solid common ground The abortion debate in the United States is confused. Ratings-driven media coverage highlights extreme views and creates the illusion that we are stuck in a hopeless stalemate. In this book Charles Camosy argues that our polarized public discourse hides the fact that most Americans actually agree on the major issues at stake in abortion morality and law. Unpacking the complexity of the abortion issue, Camosy shows that placing oneself on either side of the typical polarizations -- pro-life vs. pro-choice, liberal vs. conservative, Democrat vs. Republican -- only serves to further confuse the debate and limits our ability to have fruitful dialogue. Camosy then proposes a new public policy that he believes is consistent with the beliefs of the broad majority of Americans and supported by the best ideas and arguments about abortion from both secular and religious sources.
Category: Philosophy

The Abortion Debate

Author : Johannah Haney
ISBN : 0766029166
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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"Examines the debate over abortion, discussing both the pro-life and pro-choice sides of the argument, the history and laws on abortion in the United States, and finding a middle ground on the issue"--Provided by publisher.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

The Case For Life

Author : Scott Klusendorf
ISBN : 9781433522604
Genre : Religion
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Pro-life Christians, take heart: the pro-life message can compete in the marketplace of ideas-provided Christians properly understand and articulate that message. Too many Christians do not understand the essential truths of the pro-life position, making it difficult for them to articulate a biblical worldview on issues like abortion, cloning, and embryo research. The Case for Life provides intellectual grounding for the pro-life convictions that most evangelicals hold. Author Scott Klusendorf first simplifies the debate: the sanctity of life is not a morally complex issue. It's not about choice, privacy, or scientific progress. To the contrary, the debate turns on one key question: What is the unborn? From there readers learn how to engage the great bio-tech debate of the twenty-first century, how to answer objections persuasively, and what the role of the pro-life pastor should be.
Category: Religion