Private Choices, Public Consequences: Reproductive Technology and the New Ethics of Conception, Pregnancy, and Family
Reproductive issues have created a national battleground, overwhelming to those personally facing the difficult choices presented by the available medical technology. The clamor of advocates on both sides drowns out the thoughtful insight of families and professionals willing to share their own experiences. This book provides that opportunity.
Should the Children Pray? A Historical, Judicial, and Political Examination of Public School Prayer
The First Amendment was written by men who knew of the difficulties when state and church are not separated, but most Americans today lack that knowledge. This book reveals how politicians, past and present, as well as America's courts, have sought to protect religious freedom for all Americans.