Third time around: a history of pro-life movement from the first century to the present

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Wolgemuth & Hyatt, Publishers, Feb 1, 1991 - Religion - 223 pages
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User Review  - Fullmoonblue - LibraryThing

I am glad to have been able to purchase a copy of this book. I'm glad that whoever else might have taken the title seriously and bought it after me now will not. Bleh. Read full review

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User Review  - Jo - Goodreads

I was drawn to this book because it was on the pro-life movement, and had never really thought about the history of that fight. It has wonderful bio snipets of so many faithful believers I'd never heard of. It was also an excellent call to action on behalf of the compromised. Read full review

Contents

The First Time Around
7
The Apostolic Church
17
The Medieval Church
33
Copyright

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About the author (1991)

Grant, Ph.D., DLit, is the Director of the King's Meadow Study Center, and the editor of the Arx Axiom, Stirling Bridge, and Mercury newsletters, a regular columnist for both World and Table Talk magazines, the editorial fellow at the Franklin Classical School. He has served as a radio and television commentator, political consultant, editorial director for four major publishing companies, and executive director for two national media outreach ministries. He has studied political science at the University of Houston, theology at Midwestern Seminary, and literature and philosophy at Whitefield College.

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