Why Pro Life

Author : Randy Alcorn
ISBN : 9781598569001
Genre : Religion
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"A compelling manifesto by the bestselling author of" Heaven "Why Pro-Life?" offers factual answers to the central issues of the abortion debate in a concise, non-abrasive way. Infused with grace and compassion, and grounded in medical science and psychological studies, Randy Alcorn presents a solid case for defending both unborn children and their mothers. Chapters such as, "What Makes a Human Life 'Meaningful, '" "Is Abortion Really a Women's Rights Issue," and "How Can I Help Unborn Babies and Their Mothers" help readers to look at the many sides of this polarizing issue. For those on the fence in the midst of the abortion debate, this book will be a great resource as it clearly and thoroughly examines the pro-life position. For those who are pro-life already, this book is an encouragement to be intelligently and graciously informed.
Category: Religion

Why Pro Life

Author : Randy C. Alcorn
ISBN : 161970028X
Genre : Religion
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Grounded in medical science and psychological studies, Alcorn offers answers to the central issues of the abortion discussion in a concise, informative manner.
Category: Religion

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 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


Author : Gary Crum
ISBN : 1879383047
Genre : Social Science
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Provides ethical, political, social, and medical information on the issue of abortion intended to represent both the pro-life and pro-choice points of view
Category: Social Science

The Making Of Pro Life Activists

Author : Ziad W. Munson
ISBN : 9780226551210
Genre : Social Science
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How do people become activists for causes they care deeply about? Many people with similar backgrounds, for instance, fervently believe that abortion should be illegal, but only some of them join the pro-life movement. By delving into the lives and beliefs of activists and nonactivists alike, Ziad W. Munson is able to lucidly examine the differences between them. Through extensive interviews and detailed studies of pro-life organizations across the nation, Munson makes the startling discovery that many activists join up before they develop strong beliefs about abortion—in fact, some are even pro-choice prior to their mobilization. Therefore, Munson concludes, commitment to an issue is often a consequence rather than a cause of activism. The Making of Pro-life Activists provides a compelling new model of how people become activists while also offering a penetrating analysis of the complex relationship between religion, politics, and the pro-life movement. Policy makers, activists on both sides of the issue, and anyone seeking to understand how social movements take shape will find this book essential.
Category: Social Science

Killing For Life

Author : Carol Mason
ISBN : 0801488192
Genre : Literary Criticism
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How can those who seek to protect the "right to life" defend assassination in the name of saving lives? Carol Mason investigates this seeming paradox by examining pro-life literature—both archival material and writings from the front lines of the conflict. Her analysis reveals the apocalyptic thread that is the ideological link between established anti-abortion organizations and the more shadowy pro-life terrorists who subject clinic workers to anthrax scares, bombs, and bullets.The portrayal of abortion as "America's Armageddon" began in the 1960s. In the 1970s, Mason says, Christian politics and the post-Vietnam paramilitary culture popularized the idea that legal abortion is a harbinger of apocalypse. By the 1990s, Mason asserts, even the movement's mainstream had taken up the call, narrating abortion as an apocalyptic battle between so-called Christian and anti-Christian forces. "Pro-life violence of the 1990s signaled a move away from protest and toward retribution," she writes. "Pro-life retribution is seen as a way to restore the order of God. In this light, the phenomenon of killing for 'life' is revealed not as an oxymoron, but as a logical consistency and a political manifestation of religious retribution."Mason's scrutiny of primary sources (direct mail, internal memoranda, personal letters, underground manuals, and pro-life films, magazines, and novels) draws attention to elements of pro-life millennialism. Killing for Life is a powerful indictment of pro-life ideology as a coherent, mass-produced narrative that does not merely condone violence, but anticipates it as part of "God's plan."
Category: Literary Criticism

A Pro Life Manifesto

Author : Thomas G. Klasen
ISBN : 0891074694
Genre : Social Science
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Category: Social Science

Pro Life Activists In America

Author : Carol J. C. Maxwell
ISBN : 0521669421
Genre : Political Science
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An oral history of pro-life direct activism from the late 1970s through the early 1990s.
Category: Political Science

Pro Life

Author : John J. Pasquini
ISBN : 9780595297795
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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"Fr. Pasquini has written a remarkable compendium of clear, concise pro-life issues, some of which will surprise readers. There is a great value for the common man in having such a readable and understandable manual on the life issues, and I am certainly going to hand out copies of this work to pro-lifers on every continent." Rev. Fr. Thomas J. Euteneuer, President, Human Life International "'Pro-life' is required reading for all, even the seasoned pro-lifers! Written in an easy to understand format, it is loaded with facts and figures It should be required reading for all bishops, pastors, priests, religious, politicians, judges, teachers, the media and all who in some way or other influence our culture." Edward J. Daccarett Publisher, Christian Action News President, Florida Pro-Life Billboards Radio Host, Sign of the Times "A wonderful book, a must read for all those involved in life issues. Don Kazimir, Respect Life Director Diocese of Palm Beach "This book is a veritable arsenal, a formidable tool for pro-life activists and potential activists." M Susan Pine, Executive Director FACE Life, Inc. "It is decisive and easily understandable " "It provides pro-life teaching which meets the requirement of 'making justice our aim.'" Rich Geisman President, Palm Beach Right to Life League
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit