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.
Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Who Broke the Baby? What the Abortion Slogans Really Mean. by. Jean Staker Garton. This revised and expanded bestseller provides solid responses to the slogans used to promote abortion.
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.