David expressed his awe at God’s creation of human life in the womb in Psalm 139: “For I am fearfully and wonderfully made.” Today, the dignity and sanctity of human life are disparaged. Advocates of the “quality of life” ethic are leading America down a slippery slope that will end in assisted suicide and euthanasia. Justifications for abortion resting on the “woman’s right to choose” are rooted in this same ethic.
Dr. D. James Kennedy tirelessly defended the sanctity of human life. His six sermons in this edited volume provide a powerful apologetic for the sanctity-of-life ethic and show how the worldviews of naturalism and materialism undergird the quality-of-life ethic. As our society increasingly accepts these worldviews, the pagan practice of abortion is growing in direct proportion. The tragic result of this denigration of the sanctity of human life is the death of tens of millions of unborn babies, which Dr. Kennedy called “the American holocaust.”
Included in this collection are the following full-length sermons:
- Fearfully and Wonderfully Made
- The American Holocaust
- Abortion: Myths and Realities
- Lies and More Lies
- Life: An Inalienable Right
- All They That Hate Me Love Death
Now, more than ever, Christians need to be equipped with both a full apologetic for the sanctity of life, as well as a clear understanding of the deceitful ways its deniers are attempting to make abortion, assisted suicide, and even euthanasia acceptable to the majority of Americans.