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Sproul strives for a factual and well-reasoned approach informed by careful biblical exegesis and theological scholarship. He examines both sides of this issue in terms of biblical teaching, civil law, and natural law.
This edition includes a new foreword by George Grant, and has been updated to reflect recent legal developments on abortion. Appendixes provide further background on the issue of when life begins and list sources for pro-life resources.
Number of Pages: 232
Vendor: Reformation Trust Publishing
|Publication Date: 2010|
Living in His Forgiveness: A Bible Study for Post- Abortive WomenSandy Day, Co-authored by Carolyn McGuireFocus Publishing / Trade Paperback$8.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 2 Reviews
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In this book, Dr. R.C. Sproul employs his unique perspective as a highly experienced pastortheologian and a trained philosopher to provide wellconsidered and compassionate answers to the difficult questions that attend termination of pregnancy. Dr. Sproul strives for a factual, wellreasoned approach informed by careful biblical scholarship. He considers both sides of this issue in terms of biblical teaching, civil law, and natural law. This edition includes a new foreword by Dr. George Grant and has been updated to reflect developments in the issue. Appendixes provide further background on the issue of when life begins and list sources for prolife resources.
Dr. R.C. Sproul, the founder and chairman of Ligonier Ministries, is known for his ability to communicate the deep truths of the Christian faith. He is chancellor of Reformation Bible College, preaches at Saint Andrews Chapel, and is the featured teacher on the daily radio program Renewing Your Mind. He has written more than one hundred books.
The book addresses the ethics involved, analyzes the pro-choice arguments, and offers a response and strategy. Throughout the book's three sections, issues are further broken down and assessed on a piece-by-piece basis.
Though the vast majority of the book feels unbiased and logical, leading terminology is sprinkled here and there, giving subtitle favoritism to the side of pro-life. The arguments, however, are quite strong, well researched and quite convincing
Overall, this book tackles the issues well, delivering everything it promises and more. I recommend this book to anyone wanting a good summary of the issues or to anyone wanting to be generally informed. Matthew J. Mimnaugh, www.ChristianBookPreviews.com