Roger Resler has written the definitive argument against the killing of unborn Children. With clear, logical language he takes each argument for abortion and shows the logical fallacies and language twisting pro-abortionists have to use to make it acceptable.
This book is not written in an overly emotional tone. It is almost straight logic and does not skirt the hard questions. But I found myself fighting back emotions because of the logic.
It breaks my heart. How can we as a nation expect God to bless us when we destroy our own children just because they will disrupt our comfortable lives? This does not leave us without compassion for the mother. Unlike the pro-abortion crowd, we should give her alternatives. Adoption or help raising the child.Rove v. Wade is the landmark Supreme Court case that made
abortion legal. Since that day millions of babies have been killed. Compelling Interest contains interviews, quotes, extracts, and many other information concerning the case. He shows how it was one of the worst written cases in history..
When does a person become a "person". At birth? At conception? Somewhere in between? The pro-abortionist says we don't know, so we can terminate the pregnancy at any time before birth.
This logic is atrocious. Lets take that same logic into another situation. Lets say I have an old building I need to demolish. I am not sure if there is any one in the building at the time. I send someone in to see if it is clear. They come back and tell me they were not sure. They saw a pot of stew cooking over a small fire and it looked like a homeless person had been there. I then go ahead and demolish the building, because the potential homeless person is not the same as a homeless person.
If I was not sure if there was someone in the building, why in the world would I destroy it anyway. If the abortionist is not sure if the fetus is human, why kill it?
This was hands down the best book on the argument against abortion I have ever read. It is packed with so much logical information that there can be no argument against it.
I highly recommend it and wish I could give it better than 5 stars.
I give it 6 out of 5 stars.
*I received this book, free of charge, from eChristian, Inc and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
Also check out a comment from the author: http://rogerresler.com/2013/01/19/roger-is-obviously-a-genius/comment-page-1/