Kindle deals from Crossway
Here are some new eBook deals from Crossway:
What Is the Mission of the Church? by Kevin DeYoung and Greg Gilbert ($3.99)
Word vs Deed by Duane Liftin ($3.99)
Biblical Theology in the Life of the Church by Michael Lawrence ($3.99)
Sex, Dating and Relationships by Hiestand and Thomas ($3.99)
Work Matters by Tom Nelson ($3.99)
The Liberal Arts by Gene Fant ($2.99)
Community by Brad House ($3.99)
What is the substance of the pro-choice position? If a woman says that she personally would not have an abortion but does not want to deny someone else’s right to do it, on what grounds would this woman hesitate to get an abortion? Perhaps she simply wants to have as many babies as possible and doesn’t anticipate ever facing an unwanted pregnancy. Maybe this person thinks a fetus is a living human being or is not sure about the fetus’ status. Perhaps she believes that the fetus is a living human being but does not want to impose this view on others. Here we reach the crux of the pro-choice position. Is the right to choose an absolute right? Do we have the moral right to choose what is morally wrong? To ask such a question is to answer it.
The eBook edition of Sproul’s Abortion: A Rational Look at An Emotional Issue is on sale for 1¢ until the end of the month at Ligonier.org.
Baker Academic recently launched a brand new blog:
Our vision for this blog is that it be an extension of the goals of our publishing program – to further the pursuit of knowledge and understanding within the context of Christian faith. We are very proud of our authors and the works that they publish with us. Our hope is that this blog might continue the conversations begun through our publishing in a new medium and possibly to a new audience. On the Baker Academic Blog we will post book announcements, excerpts, interviews and original posts from our authors, and much more.
To celebrate the launch of the new blog, they’re giving away several of their “best of 2012.” You can enter the contest here.