The Church & abortion: in search of new ground for response : essays
Seeking a different response to one of the most volatile and controversial topics facing the church today, this book attempts to move the abortion debate from the framework and language of American politics to that of the church and to uncover theological ground on which the church might approach the issue. Contributions by Ruth S. Brown, Michael J. Gorman, Stanley Hauerwas, and William H. Willimon.
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