Item description for Abortion: A Mother's Plea For Maternity And The Unborn by Marybeth T. Hagan...
Overview This provocative book tackles the abortion controversy, including issues like parental loss, from a mother's perspective. Hagan incorporates her personal experience that brought her to a clearer moral awareness and to a desire to share her perspective on the subject. (Social Issues)
Publishers Description This provocative book tackles the abortion controversy including issues like "parental loss from a mother's perspective." The book incorporates the author's personal experience that brought her to a clear moral awareness and to a desire to share her perspective on the subject. It also responds to many popular pro-abortion arguments in a sensitively honest and compelling manner without judging anyone. This work provides excellent points to ponder and examples from modern-day living for those still struggling over the many issues around abortion in our society today. 128 pages; Paperback 5-1/2 x 8-1/4
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.42" Width: 5.54" Height: 0.39" Weight: 0.37 lbs.
Release Date Mar 1, 2005
ISBN 0764812793 ISBN13 9780764812798
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More About Marybeth T. Hagan
Hagan has been a wife and mother for over twenty years. After raising her family she completed a bachelor's degree in journalism at Temple University in Philadelphia.
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Profoundly Moving. The Truth Unmasked! Mar 14, 2005
This important, breakthrough book is for anyone who celebrates life. It presents rigorously researched, well-documented facts, interspersed with the personal story of the author, an investigative journalist. Here, you will NOT find the dull drone of dogma, the offensive rhetoric of a fanatical extremist, or endless, mind-numbing, dissection of every possible legal, moral and ethical issue surrounding the subject of abortion. Instead, you will find a book written with the gentleness, sensitivity and compassion of a mother, the razor-sharp insight and relentless truth-seeking of an investigative journalist, and the soul of a poet.
Even if abortion is not your "particular issue" you will not fail to be astonished by the revelations contained in this book, most especially the stunning truth about the real "Jane Roe." As the cover art for this book suggests, you will find within its pages diverse pieces of a puzzle -- from the maternal sublimation of the "Cabbage Patch Kids" craze of the 1980's, to the more sinister undercurrent of abortion being used as a filtration mechanism in the service of social, economic, racial and genetic engineering -- all coming together to form a picture of stark and startling clarity.
The author's journey from ambivalence to passion regarding the issue of abortion began as she came to the realization that her own life had been lived amidst a seismic shifting of a culture. She chronicles her search for answers with uncompromising honesty about her life, the joys of childbirth and the sorrow of miscarriages. As this search unfolds, facts which have been so artfully submerged are brought to light, including manipulation of statistics, mass media deception and the conspiracy of silence surrounding the toxic aftermath of abortion. The author masterfully strikes a delicate balance between educating all and offending none. Her voice is a whisper which allows the facts to speak volumes.
This is a most impressive debut effort from author Marybeth Hagan, an investigative journalist we are certain to be hearing more from. This can only be great news for those of us who value truth as the paramount virtue upon which any society which hopes to survive must be based. I invite you to immerse yourself within the pages of this book and emerge transformed by the gift of its unalterable truth: Abortion is not a matter of choice, but a matter of Love -- Maternal Love -- the Love that says yes to life!
I applaud Marybeth Hagan for being so graceful and eloquent an advocate for the pre-born citizens of the world.