Abortion: The Silent Holocaustby John Powell
For Powell, to believe in love is to believe in the value of every person. Love does not discriminate. Love does not ask, "Are you handicapped?
In this book, John Powell addresses a highly emotional issue with words of love and peace, not anger. He believes that each of us has an important message to deliver, a song to sing, a unique act of love to warm the world.
For Powell, to believe in love is to believe in the value of every person. Love does not discriminate. Love does not ask, "Are you handicapped? Are you retarded? Will you be a financial burden?" Love says only, "You are one of our human family, and we love you!"
Powell sees the need for a clarification of values. We are asking: Does each human being really have an inalienable right to life? Does every human life really have a sacred and absolute value of its own? Is there such a thing as a life not worthy to be lived? Powell's answers to these questions are gentle and loving. They are also strong and persuasive. They are very much John Powell.
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