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The struggle against abortion in our nation has been going on a long time. Sometimes it seems like an evil that will never go away. People want to ... Read More
The struggle against abortion in our nation has been going on a long time. Sometimes it seems like an evil that will never go away. People want to get involved in the fight, but it feels futile, and increasingly the culture tells Christians to stay out of politics.
Longtime activist Rev. Frank Pavone counters this frustrated mindset with challenge, encouragement, plain facts, and a healthy dose of strategy. He explores biblical, moral, historical, and legal reasons Christians belong in the public square and challenges both churches and individual Christians to full engagement.
Pavone argues convincingly that the battle against abortion not only can be won, but must be won. The soul of our nation depends on it.
About the Contributor(s)Rev. Frank Pavone serves as the president of the National Pro-life Religious Council and as the national pastoral director of...
Rev. Frank Pavone serves as the president of the National Pro-life Religious Council and as the national pastoral director of Rachel's Vineyard, the world’s largest ministry of healing after abortion. He is the national director of Priests for Life, the largest Catholic pro-life organization in the world. Pavone has received the “Proudly Pro-life Award” by the National Right to Life Committee, and numerous other pro-life awards and honorary doctorates.
Weight (lbs)0.86 lb
Case Weight (lbs)20.74 lb
Dimensions 9.31(h) x 6.25(w) x 0.81(d) inches
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