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“There is a sacred art in being able to handle the shield of faith. Let me explain to you how that can be. You will handle it well if you are able to quote the promises of God against the attacks of your enemy.” —Charles Spurgeon

“Action is eloquence, and the eyes of the ignorant are more learned than their ears.” —William Shakespeare

“It is vain to expect any advantage from our profession of the truth, if we be not sincerely just and honest in our actions.” —Archbishop Sharpe

John Stonestreet discusses the dangers of rushing to legalize marijuana. Also check out my book review of Going To Pot by William Bennett, and some quotes from that book here.

Max Lucado reminds us, “God’s grace is greater than your failures.” Read more about how God uses failures.

Detroit Tigers fans know this is obvious: Alan Trammell and Lou Whitaker should be in the baseball Hall of Fame!

“Science is finally catching up with the truth and its findings are simple: porn is harmful. Did you know that porn can mess with your head, seriously rewiring the actual chemistry of your brain?” Read more in this Fight The New Drug’s post.

Look at the cold, hard data: strong marriages and families build a strong economy.

Abolishing Abortion (book review)

Abolishing AbortionIf you have been frustrated by the confusing or weak messages coming from the pro-life movement, or if you want to know more about what you can do to help end the atrocious practice of abortion in our country, Abolishing Abortion by Rev. Frank Pavone is the right book for you.

Father Pavone is actively and vocally involved in numerous pro-life groups, so he speaks with the voice of real-world, frontline experience. His counsel in this book is not theoretical, but highly practical. It’s especially practical information for the average citizen. After all, the subtitle of his book is “How YOU can play a part in ending the greatest evil of our day” (I added the emphasis on “you”).

Rev. Pavone dismantles some of the myths and scare tactics of the pro-abortion group. He tells us in layman’s terms how the pro-life community doesn’t have to keep as quiet as we have been led to believe. Then he gives us strategies for taking the conversation to a level where real, life-saving changes can be made.

I found Abolishing Abortion to be a very hope-filled book. Reading Father Pavone’s words gave me hope that this evil of abortion might even be eradicated during my lifetime! But this can only happen if more and more life- and liberty-loving Americans will step up and speak out. This book will give you the courage and the resources to do just that.

I am a Thomas Nelson book reviewer.

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