Item description for Be Fruitful and Multiply by Nancy Campbell...
Overview Does the Bible address the question of birth control? The answer is a resounding "yes." "Be Fruitful and Multiply" makes a thorough case from Scripture that Christians should do more than just "trust God" for children--they should cry out to the Lord to bless the fruit of the womb.Vision Forum
Publishers Description This book answers the questions on birth control and child prevention.
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Studio: Vision Forum
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.4" Width: 5.54" Height: 0.56" Weight: 0.71 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2003
Publisher Vision Forum
ISBN 0972417354 ISBN13 9780972417358
Availability 0 units.
More About Nancy Campbell
Nancy Campbell is the Editor of Above Rubies, a magazine to bring strength and encouragement to marriage, motherhood, and family life. Printing for over 35 years, Above Rubies is a lifeline to wives and mothers across the world. Nancy and her husband, Colin have been happily married for over 50 years and are blessed with many children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.
Nancy Campbell was born in 1949.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Be Fruitful and Multiply?
Wonderful Book!!! Jul 11, 2007
This book has greatly hepled my husband and I in our decision on child planning, birth control, and what God thinks about it. We have decided to trust God and let him plan how many children we'll have (we also plan to adopt more if it's His will)together. What freedom to give it all to God. My family and I have never been happier! Wonderfully inspired!
Childbearing Jun 27, 2007
Love this book about God's desire for us to have and raise godly children. If we as christians don't have children then how is the Word of God going to be spread. My husband and I believe we are building an army for God. I highly recommend this book to couples.
Trust in God, But Tie Your Camel to A Tree Apr 14, 2007
Another wacky tome pushing a thoughtless, selfish worldview that claims to be Christian, but is right out of the Dark Ages. No, I'm just kidding, I support her premise -- having another kid is as easy as picking up another quart of milk at the supermarket. Don't worry, be happy, if you all starve, you can blame it on God's will. Worked out great for Andrea Yates, didn't it?
Struggling with birth control, then read this! Feb 7, 2007
Many have followed what the culture teaches about children. They believe there's nothing wrong with practicing birth control, especially since the Bible says nothing regarding it. Before you continue with that line of reasoning, I want to encourage you to read "Be Fruitful and Multiply." I think you will be surprised by what you read!
A very legalistic view of having children Jun 3, 2006
We are a family that does not use "chemical" methods of birth control for various reasons. I was looking forward to reading this book. But I found that she took many scripture references out of context. And her views were very legalistic and almost made me feel like a horrible person for considering the timing and spacing of my children. Most of our evangelical christian family does not "like" children. So I was hoping to find a reference for them to read. But I would never recommend this book to anyone else. They would find it incredibly offensive.
A better book I have found is The Contraception Guidebook, The : Options, Risks, and Answers for Christian Couples; by William Cutter. It presents the facts in a very straight forward manner and leaves the reader to make their own decisions.