Book Reviews of Sanctity of Life: The Inescapable Issue

Sanctity of Life: The Inescapable Issue
Sanctity of Life The Inescapable Issue
Author: Charles Swindoll
ISBN-13: 9780849932427
ISBN-10: 0849932424
Publication Date: 5/1990
Pages: 103
Rating:
  • Currently 4.3/5 Stars.
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4.3 stars, based on 4 ratings
Publisher: W Pub Group
Book Type: Paperback
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This is a Christian pro-life book. The first chapter was an overview of the situation and a call to action. The second was about healing after abortion and the process woman can go through to heal themselves of guilt and sadness. The final chapters dealt with morality and Christian living.
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While "Sanctity of Life" decries society's penchant for abortion on demand, the book is more than just another call for legislative action. Instead, Chuck Swindoll wants his words to help Christians "get their arms around" the nation's most divisive issue, reach out to women and their families who are enduring the aftermath of a bad decision, and then move beyond the tension of the issue to join in a plea for lifetime morality.

"Santity of Life" is a book on resolve, courage, and compassion. It is not the last word on abortion, but it is the definitive position on moral living for Christians today.
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On abortion, purity, and how it pertains to godly living.