The Sanctity of Human Life is Under Attack. Unborn Children Are Destroyed. The Poor Go Hungry. Families Are Broken Up. We Are All Endangered By Nuclear War. To be completely pro-life means to defend human life wherever it is threatened. Ron Sider provides a consistent vision of what it means to be pro-life. He cuts through party lines by holding fast to Scripture wherever it leads. The result is a refreshing and truly biblical stance on many current and vitally important issues. With the help of the staff of Evangelicals for Social Action, Sider gives us concrete steps to help change our world. ""Sider makes a point crying out to be made. Many Christians are politically concerned with one issue--abortion, hunger, pornography or whatever. This book takes the big step forward of tying all these together into a united whole. If evangelical involvement in politics is to be more than scattered crusades on a few isolated issues, a broader, more principled perspective must be developed and articulated. This book does just that."" --Stephen V. Monsma, Professor of Political Science Pepperdine University ""Ron Sider has a way of getting under our skin. Once again, the author of Rich Christians in an Age of Hunger has addressed a central issue of our time in a sensitive, biblical and reasoned manner. We are all richer as Christians to have Ron Sider writing loyally from within our ranks."" --Jay Kesler, President of Taylor University Ronald J. Sider is Professor of Theology, Holistic Ministry & Public Policy at Palmer Theological Seminary, and President of Evangelicals for Social Action. He is the author of over 30 books including Rich Christians in an Age of Hunger (Intervarsity & Paulist, 1977), The Scandal of the Evangelical Conscience (Baker, 2005), Christ and Violence (Wipf & Stock, reprinted 2001), Saving Souls, Serving Society (Oxford, 2005), and I Am not a Social Activist (Herald Press, 2008).