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by Barbara Gerhardt,Paul Gerhardt
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Philosophy
  • Author:
    Barbara Gerhardt,Paul Gerhardt
  • ISBN:
    1936343576
  • ISBN13:
    978-1936343577
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  • Publisher:
    The Peppertree Press (December 17, 2010)
  • Pages:
    174 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Philosophy
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    4.6
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This book tackles tough questions and comes up with possible, pragmatic, workable solutions.

This book tackles tough questions and comes up with possible, pragmatic, workable solutions. There are 25 chapters covering: elements of choice, women's reproductive issues, definition of human life, conceptionist conceptions, end of life choices, Theocracy vs. Democracy, population, choice in jobs, sex education; choice regarding illegal drugs, tobacco, alcohol, gambling, and marijuana; choices of behavior, gun control, gay marriage. Also, chapters entitled: To Sue Or Not To Sue?, Labels Of Choice, Is There A Statesman In The House?, and War Vs. Peace.

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Paul Gerhardt (12 March 1607 – 27 May 1676) was a German theologian, Lutheran minister and hymnodist. Gerhardt was born into a middle-class family at Gräfenhainichen, a small town between Halle and Wittenberg. At the age of fifteen, he entered the Fürstenschule in Grimma. The school was known for its pious atmosphere and stern discipline. The school almost closed in 1626 when the plague came to Grimma, but Paul remained and graduated from there in 1627

Choice Matters Is the Bible a pro-choice book? Do you fear road rage? Do casinos and lotteries help or hurt? Does gun ownership cause or prevent crime, violence and death? Who is the final arbiter of our suffering - others or we? Is it O.K. to say, "I'm sick and tired of war?" Can we place 40 million under-educated Americans as greeters at Walmart? Is there a statesman in the house - or senate? How do you answer your 8 year old daughter when she asks, "What is a 4 hour erection?" Who should pay for my granddaughters Christian education? Freedom means choice. Without choice there can be no real freedom. Hopefully, the facts and opinions expressed in this book will be a catalyst for much discussion and perhaps some change, along with a wider recognition that freedom must allow choice and, therefore, Choice Matters!