Gideon's Torch

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Word Pub., 1995 - Fiction - 553 pages
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The abortion wars and how politicians exploit them. The story begins when a woman enters a clinic and shoots a doctor. When the government cracks down, the pro-lifers reply with an abortion video on the evening news, while another group resorts to bombing. Through all this a newly elected Republican president navigates to his advantage.

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User Review  - Chris Castro - Goodreads

Garbage. Right wing propaganda. Better used as toilet paper. Read full review

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User Review  - Kayle - Goodreads

Starting this book, I thought I knew what the main theme was going to be: abortion. While abortion was very prominent, it was more like a lens through which to view the real theme; namely, how callous ... Read full review

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Colson, formerly special counsel to President Nixon, is founder and chairman of Prison Fellowship and the Wilberforce Forum. He also chairs the Council for Biotechnology Policy. Colson's Breakpoint daily radio commentaries are heard by more than one million listeners.

Vaughn received her bachelor's degree from the University of Richmond and her master's in English literature from Georgetown University. She serves as Editorial Director for Prison Fellowship Ministries. She lives with her husband, Lee.

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