Each day, abortion claims the lives of our young. How can a nation committed to "liberty and justice for all" allow this to happen? The answer is complicated, but a significant factor is the decision on what is in the womb - Is it a baby or is it something else? If it is a baby, there is no justification for taking its life. If it is not, an abortion is just another medical procedure.
Where is the church in the debate over abortion? How should we as Christians respond to the practice? Do we really understand the gravity of the issue and the tragedy of what is done in an abortion clinic? How does abortion affect African-Americans? What are reasoned and appropriate pro-life answers to pro-choice arguments? The Unborn: A Plea for Justice was written to help provide answers to these questions.
"The Unborn: A Plea for Justice is a clear and concise look at the issue of abortion. The chapter on the history of abortion and its assault on the African-American community alone is worth the price of this book. I am honored to commend this very fine work with a prayer that it will help bring an end to the American Holocaust called abortion."
Daniel L. Akin