THE PRO-LIFE MOVEMENT BEFORE ROE V. WADE

Defenders of the UnbornJust wanted to call your attention to a book that I was recently privileged to review for Christianity Today.  The book is Defenders of the Unborn, by Daniel K. Williams, a professor at the University of West Georgia and a member of the Conference on Faith and History.  Williams offers a masterful re-telling of the earliest stages of the anti-abortion movement.  It’s a little known story, full of unexpected plot twists, and I highly recommend the book.  As I concluded in my review, “Williams has done an invaluable service to anyone who cares about the future of the pro-life cause.”

Defenders of the Unborn is just out from Oxford University Press and is readily available through Amazon and a host of other book sellers. If you subscribe to CT online, you can read my complete review of the book here.

 

5 responses to “THE PRO-LIFE MOVEMENT BEFORE ROE V. WADE

  1. Well, yet another book to add to my Amazon wish list.

  2. Too bad, need to subscribe to complete the review.
    Karl

  3. Looks like a subscription to CT is needed to read the whole review, Tracy.

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