The shedding of innocent blood,
primarily through abortion,
has now marked an entire generation.
Yet God's command to defend the innocent is unchanged.
We can obey that call.
The gospel of Christ is the gospel of life, and the Christian's defining reality. Yet the shedding of innocent blood, primarily through abortion, has now marked an entire generation. Innocent Blood explores a series of questions so as to reveal vital connections between the gospel and the call to defend the unborn. These questions include:
What does the Bible mean when it says that "life is in the blood"?
What does the Bible say about blood-guilt? How is it that we are all stained by it and accountable for it even though few of us have taken a human life?
What remedy does God provide for the guilt of shedding innocent blood?
What are we to do when confronted with the shedding of innocent blood, and where does our courage to take action come from?
What is the link between protecting the innocent and proclaiming good news to the guilty?
Not a book on social issues per se, nor a book on missions, Innocent Blood integrates the two and calls us to courageously challenge the powers of death with the gospel of life.
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About the Author
In May 2011, John became the Executive Director of Global Initiatives for Heartbeat International - introducing and fostering pregnancy help ministries in countries with extremely high abortion rates.
John began this work in Boston where he called upon and guided the Christian community there to work together to establish a network of six ultrasound-equipped pregnancy help centers. In 2006, he joined Heartbeat International as their Executive Director for Urban Initiatives researching the most abortion-plagued neighborhoods of our nation's major cities and working to inspire, train and equip local churches in the establishment of Christ-centered, minority-led, ultrasound-equipped, donor-supported, Pregnancy Help Centers. Those initiatives are ongoing in Miami, LA, and Pittsburgh.
John and his wife, Kristen, have been married 33 years and live in Atlanta, GA, near their three grandchildren.