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Who Broke the Baby: What the Abortion Slogans Really Mean ebook

by Jean Staker Garton


This revised and expanded bestseller provides solid responses to the slogans used to promote abortion.

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Examines the arguments for legalized abortion made by the pro-choice movement and analyzes the slogans of the movement from a religious perspective.

book by Jean Staker Garton. Examines the arguments for legalized abortion made by the pro-choice movement and analyzes the slogans of the movement from a religious perspective.

Manufacturer: Bethany House Release date: 1 January 1998 ISBN-10 : 0764220500 ISBN-13: 9780764220500.

Broken down by Dr. Garton, these slogans are seen in their proper light, as fear-mongering mantras designed by people who are not concerned with her or her . I fully recommend "Who Broke the Baby?" by Jean Staker Garton. Garton, these slogans are seen in their proper light, as fear-mongering mantras designed by people who are not concerned with her or her unborn baby. Dr. Garton presents to women that they do have a choice, and shows them how they are being manipulated. Similarly, the media might not have had time to think about this bumper-sticker statements, but "Who Broke the Baby?" gives reporters a chance to know how they are being used. Yes, there are a lot of issues that are complex for a mother to be to deal with.

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Jean Staker Garton, Litt. has written a book examining many of the popular slogans people use who are in favor of abortion. Garton herself admits in Who Broke the Baby that she was initially pro-choice. Around the time of Roe vs. Wade, she identified with the feminists who were saying that abortion should be a legal choice for women. However, Garton felt uneasy about her support of abortion after a while. She felt that the slogans she herself was taught to use about abortion were misleading.

Jean Staker Garton was co-founder and president of the national organization Lutherans for Life. She continues to speak in venues around the world in support of the preborn. ISBN 10: 0764220500 ISBN 13: 9780764220500.

Who Broke the Baby? What the Abortion Slogans Really Mean). Then, in 1979, as the Gartons were driving to a Lutherans For Life convention with their youngest son, a tremendous joy, in tow, they learned that their oldest son had been murdered. In the n’rton category, she was a braille transcriber, spent years teaching at various grade levels (she liked kindergarten best), flunked golf lessons at the Dallas Country Club and the charm course at John Robert Powers, earned 32 Girl Scout badges, was a medal-winning swimmer, danced on skates and in stage shows.

Who Broke the Baby? by Jean Garton June 1995. Jean Garton is cofounder and President of Lutherans for Life, which has more than three hundred chapters in the . The distance between life and death, wrote columnist Paul Greenberg, can be as small as a word. There are some who taunt pro-lifers by saying that if we really believe abortion kills children, if what is in the womb is really a child, then we ought to commend, not condemn, the killing of abortion providers.

If you have always known that abortion is wrong, but wanted help in expressing it, this book is for you! This revised and expanded bestseller provides solid responses to the slogans used to promote abortion.
Tansino
This is the definitive answer to all pro choice arguments. It opens up and breaks down virtually every pro choice argument you have ever heard or read, and does it in a rational, non condescending manner. It has some especially relevant information for African Americans, of which I am one, exposing the genocidal bent of one faction of the pro choice movement. "Who Broke The Baby?" is sometimes called, and rightly so, the Bible of Pro Life. For anyone, on either side of the abortion "rights" issue, who is not afraid of a truly objective examination of a usually emotionally charged issue, this is a must read.
Abandoned Electrical
Jean Staker Garton hit the issue right between the eyes. She leaves the "Pro-Choice" advocates standing naked as she strips away all of their "arguments". I was loaned this book and had to order 4 more to share with others.
Bandiri
Love the book
Ballardana
Excellent book on the slogans Planned Parenthood and other organizations use to lie about the killing of babies. Even a 3 year old could see that the pieces on the screen were that of a broken baby.
Lcena
I really wish I could get this book read by most people in this country. There are many things that people are ignorant about. The book is filled with facts about the humanity of a fetus and brings the babies to reality. It would be harder to abort a child after reading this information.
Nea
Dr. Garton continues to bring credible and convincing analysis of the sloganizing of the prochoice movement. This is not a book for the close-minded.
Prochoice people will naturally dislike this book, but for the open-minded prochoice person looking to get an understanding of how some prolife people see the abortion debate, "Who Broke the Baby?" will be quite informative.
At first glance, these slogans hit the core fears of a woman facing an unexpected pregnancy, and feed at her most selfish intentions, that her life is more sacred than any other life. Broken down by Dr. Garton, these slogans are seen in their proper light, as fear-mongering mantras designed by people who are not concerned with her or her unborn baby.
Dr. Garton presents to women that they do have a choice, and shows them how they are being manipulated. Similarly, the media might not have had time to think about this bumper-sticker statements, but "Who Broke the Baby?" gives reporters a chance to know how they are being used.
Yes, there are a lot of issues that are complex for a mother to be to deal with. There is no denying the financial and logistical troubles she may face... but confusing her with the muddled thinking of men and women who think having childen is an insult to femininity is not the answer.
Recommended by C Everett Koop, and consistent with the theologies of both evangelicals and Catholics, Dr. Garton's book transcends denominations as she herself is part of mainline protestants, a Lutheran.
I fully recommend "Who Broke the Baby?" by Jean Staker Garton.
Anthony Trendl
Broadraven
This book is all about the language of the abortion debate. It uncovers and dissects the rhetoric which the abortion choicers use to obfuscate the fact that abortion is the brutal axe murder of a defenseless child. For far too long, the abortion choicers have determined the language with which this political debate is discussed. The pro-life movement has allowed this to happen. Euphemisms have always been the tool of those who would hide the truth. The whole purpose of the book is to uncover the subterfuge. It does an excellent job of this. Unfortunately, many sincere people in the pro-life movement have fallen victim to the terminology of those who would excuse this horrible inhumanity to these tiny children. I urge every pro-life person to read this book thoroughly, commit to memory the information therein, and never again to let anyone get away with using language to rob people of their inalienable rights. The use of language in this manner has always been the tool of those who would legitimize evil. Do not let this continue to happen! Read this book and heed its message. Our very civilization depends on it.
This is righton book which debunks the words that the prochoice movement uses. In an actual experience, Garton shows that most of the public listens only to the rhetoric being fired back and forth across the media, and never stops and asks the question about each slogan, "what does this mean?"
She does this for us in this book. As our culture has turned not to valuing all life, this small volume adds immensely to the Christian understanding.
Who Broke the Baby: What the Abortion Slogans Really Mean ebook
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Jean Staker Garton
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