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Pro-Choice or Pro-Life?

Pro-Choice or Pro-Life?

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by Randy Alcorn

Softcover: 172 pages

There are few issues as consequential for our personal lives and communities as abortion. It divides people not only on the streets and in workplaces, but also in homes and churches. After all, this issue involves personal decisions about sex, pregnancy, parenting, and our health. So while abortion is difficult to talk about, it’s important to provide accurate information and a context in which that information can be discussed.

In this thoroughly researched and easy-to-read book, author Randy Alcorn examines fifteen major claims of the pro-choice position and shares fact-based, rational responses. If you have mixed feelings about abortion, as many people do, this book can be part of your quest for truth. If you’re pro-choice or pro-life, it can help you think through your position.

If we have any hope of understanding and engaging with each other, let’s move our dialogue beyond bumper stickers, memes, and tweets. Randy encourages readers to listen carefully to arguments on both sides of the abortion debate, and to look at the evidence and weigh it on its own merit.


Randy Alcorn's informative and easy-to-read books on topics related to the abortion/pro-life movement and hormonal contraceptives are thoroughly researched and grounded firmly on medical science and scientific studies. Furthermore, many physicians have stated that Mr. Alcorn offers some of the most comprehensive research on abortion, and especially on the topic of hormonal contraceptives. These issues are very important and relevant to the Orthodox Christian community and therefore Mr. Alcorn's books on these subjects are highly recommended.

It should be noted, however, that Mr. Alcorn introduces a number of theological errors contrary to the teachings of the Orthodox Church. In order to avoid confusion, it is advised that Orthodox clergy and the faithful should disregard his theological views as they appear in these otherwise excellent books.

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