Why Should Christians Care About the Dignity of Human Life?
Human life is precious at any age. From birth to old age, in sickness or health, Christians believe that every person is an image bearer reflecting their Creator. Given that view, Christians are united in believing that practices like abortion and euthanasia are contrary to God's word, but it can be difficult to know how to take a stand against them.
In this repackaged work, two significant figures from the pro-life movement during the twentieth century illuminate the "anti-God" and "antilife" attitudes that dominate American society. The issues raised in this book at its first publication 40 years ago--abortion, infanticide, and euthanasia--are still prevalent and practiced today. Whatever Happened to the Human Race? presents readers with a compelling case for the sanctity of life at all stages, showing that abortion is one step away from infanticide--the murder of a child who has been born--and euthanasia is just a clinical way to talk about murder. This book is a much-needed call for Christians to affirm the sanctity of life and to take a stand for the uniqueness and the inherent dignity of each human being, at all stages of life.