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Amazing Grace for Those Who Suffer: 10 Life-Changing Stories of Hope and Healing (The Amazing Grace Series)
Amazing Grace for Those Who Suffer 10 LifeChanging Stories of Hope and Healing - The Amazing Grace Series
Author: Jeff Cavins, Matthew Pinto
Amazing Grace for Those Who Suffer, is the first title in the new Amazing Grace series, which is called "Catholic 'Chicken Soup for the Soul'" series by Matthew Pinto and Jeff Cavins. These 10 real-life stories are more than powerful. They carry the reader through a dark journey of pain into the light of God's grace. Amazing Grace shows us step ...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780965922845
ISBN-10: 0965922847
Publication Date: 10/2002
Pages: 300
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  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 4 ratings
Publisher: Ascension Press
Book Type: Paperback
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I didn't find this book inspirational at all. In fact it gave me nightmares. I realize that everyone has their own choices and that the Catholic Church believes that birth control is murder, but the book concentrated so much on women who had miscarriage after miscarriage instead of using birth control until they found whatever was wrong was disturbing. I'd say at least half of the stories, if not more, were about multiple miscarriages. I was also a bit disturbed that in one story after a couple's son dies they immediately try to have a replacement baby because they feel God wants that and if they hadn't used birth control their son would still be alive. I don't follow the line of reasoning. I do not recommend this book to anyone, even a die hard Catholic.


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