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Inside this Book – Zoe seemed to have everything going for her. A brilliant, high-achieving homeschool student, she was offered a full ride by two Ivy League universities when she was only seventeen years old and a junior in high school. Then, without any warning, Zoe ran away from home. Frantic with fear and grief, her parents learned that she had been seduced by a twenty-two-year-old college senior—we’ll call her Holly—who attended a nearby evangelical Christian university. They had met at a Christian homeschool organization where Holly was teaching. Because the age of consent in the state where they lived is eighteen, their relationship was illegal. Worried about a possible lawsuit, Holly persuaded Zoe to run away to another state with a lower age of consent. Though Zoe’s parents chose not to press charges, sexual assault laws that might have applied include statutory rape, enticement of a minor for sexual activity, abduction of a minor, and sexual assault of a child by a school staff person or a person who works or volunteers with children. (In the law, “child” means a minor.) To garner sympathy (and get government benefits), Zoe claimed that her parents had kicked her out of the house. Many family friends believed her, with the result that her parents were cut off by friends in addition to the heartache of losing their daughter.
Inside this book –Love Thy Body PDF Book by Nancy R. Pearcey – Antonia Senior, a British journalist, had always firmly supported abortion. “Then came a baby, and everything changed. . . . My moral certainty about abortion is wavering, my absolutist position is under siege.” Eventually, the young journalist hardened back to her absolutist support for abortion: Yet, surprisingly, she continued to acknowledge that life begins at conception. “My daughter was formed at conception,” Senior writes. “Any other conclusion is a convenient lie that we on the pro-choice side of the debate tell ourselves to make us feel better about the action of taking a life.” She concludes, “Yes, abortion is killing. But it’s the lesser evil.” What evil could be greater than taking a human life? In Senior’s view, even worse would be putting limits on women’s right to control their reproduction: “You cannot separate women’s rights from their right to fertility control. The single biggest factor in women’s liberation was our newly found ability to impose our will on our biology. . . . The nearly 200,000 aborted babies in the UK each year are the lesser evil, no matter how you define life.” Senior ends her article with this chilling line: To defend women’s rights, “You must be prepared to kill.”
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- Full Book Name – Love Thy Body
- Author of this Book – Nancy R. Pearcey
- Language – English
- Book Genre – Non-Fiction, Literature, Faith, Christian, Theology
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