Just 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.