Here is my latest book review on Why Pro-Life?: Caring for the Unborn and Their Mothers by Randy Alcorn. This is a short, informative book that the average reader could read in just a few hours. In it Randy covers a lot of the hot and difficult questions surrounding the abortion issue. Is the fetus really a human? Is the fetus alive? Is he part of the woman's body? What makes human life meaningful? Do we get to choose what happens to our bodies? Do we get to choose whether a baby lives or dies?
He not only covers these topics, but also discusses the effects of abortion on the woman afterward, and the effects it has had on our society. He doesn't shy away from the circumstances where some believe abortion is justifiable due to rape or extreme medical conditions. He also shares the salvation and forgiveness a mother can receive if she has had an abortion, as well as suggestions for what people can do to get involved in helping the unborn and their mothers.
Randy keeps his chapters short and concise and his arguments based on medical evidence and research. It's a great resource for anyone who wants to learn more about abortion and the pro-life view, or to become equipped with answers to the frequently asked and difficult questions that arise with the topic. I definitely recommend it.