Abortion: My Choice, God's Grace : Christian Women Tell Their Storiesby Anne Eggebroten
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Library Journal said, "After a foreword and introduction that place abortion in comparative contexts, 13 Christian women (both Roman Catholic and Protestant) write about their decision to abort; seven additional chapters provide further testimonies, e.g., memories of seeing a pregnant 15-year-old in a coffin, stories of church-sanctioned rape, and the editor's testimony to the importance of her being able to choose to birth an unplanned pregnancy. A concluding chapter addresses the issue of biblical support for choice. Related issues of violence toward women receive moving but restrained attention. An important presentation of facts and arguments that have often been silenced; essential for all libraries."
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This is an excellent book for both pro-choice and pro-life and for Christians and non-Christians. It is really helpful to explain the plight of Christian women in particular who have chosen to have an abortion. These stories are very thought provoking and should make all Christians think about practicing forgiveness and not labeling these women "murderers". There are so many women sitting in church pews who are afraid to talk about their abortion for fear of the hateful labels. Sin is sin and we should treat abortion as one of many. These women should be made to feel welcome and forgiven, not chastised and hated! Although I am a Christian and consider myself pro-life, I still believe its the choice of a woman and its between her and her GOD!
What? It is ok for a man to beat his wife? As long as it's in his own home? And that is between him and his spiritual leader? Your statement made no sense and wrong on so many levels. I would rant more, but then I would not be able to stop.
Its all about privacy. What a woman or a person chooses to do in private should be left up to them! If a man chooses to "beat" his wife in the privacy of his own home thats between him and his spiritual leader if he chooses to include them, nobody else should have a say. No one has the right to take away the freedom of CHOICE! ...... Garbage.... if you believe that... you dont know Jesus and you may be Pro Choice, but youare no Believer!