Choosing For Two – Scholarly Edition
An in-depth examination of the thought processes leading to the decision to abort an unborn child and its implications for crisis counseling.
Written for counselors and scholars, this book explores the history of abortion and its many effects, from the individual mother to society as a whole. Focusing on the ever-changing justifications for ending an unborn child’s life, Dr. Ross lays down a foundation of historical and theological ethics for juxtaposition that allows crisis counselors to properly frame the mother’s decision and the real consequences that may result.
“Over the years since then, I have written several books, penned dozens of articles, and given hundreds of lectures on abortion, but have not encountered a more comprehensive, complete, and helpful book than this one.”
-From Choosing For Two‘s foreward by Dr. Norman L. Geisler