The abortion debate has divided our country more than any issue since slavery. The unborn are the most helpless in our society and John Grant has a passion to save the lives of the hopeless and helpless for whom no one speaks. Senator Grant is an esteemed attorney and lawmaker who served in the battlefield of political life for twenty-one years. As part of a legislative body, he learned how to fight the battle, and this book gleans from that powerful experience. The battleground is no less volatile today in the courts and legislative chambers across the land. Roe v. Wade has forever changed our society. It created a new industry and a changed mindset. While the decision created certain rights for those outside the womb, it took away rights for millions still in womb. The real issue is life and what we believe about it in all facets. It is a culture war between good and evil. This insightful book is written to expose the truth and give a better understanding of how to engage in dialogue, especially with those in political office. Where truth is known, the persuasion for protection and rights of the unborn becomes clear and unambiguous.
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Senator John Grant is an attorney, writer, teacher, speaker and a former state senator. He has practiced law for more than forty years, served on the faculty of two universities, and served as an instructor for the United States Peace Corps. He holds three earned and two honorary degrees. In his public service, President Ronald Reagan appointed him to the Graduate Fellow Board in the United States Department of Education. President Nixon also appointed him to serve on the Advisory Council of the Small Business Administration. He has been twice appointed to the Florida Commission on Ethics, where he served as Vice Chairman. Governor Jeb Bush appointed him to serve as Executive Director of the Office of Statewide Public Guardianship, where he oversaw the statewide program for providing guardianship services for Florida’s indigent citizens. For his work on behalf of the elderly and disabled, he was named to the National Senior Citizen Hall of Fame and has been recognized as one of the top Legislators in America for mental health issues. He was named to Who’s Who in America. During his twenty-one years as a member of the Florida Legislature, he was nationally recognized for his relentless fight to protect the right to life for the unborn. He authored and passed the first legislation in America defining marriage as a union between a man and a woman. Now retired from elective office, he has traded the Senate chamber for the podium to train, educate and motivate people to save lives of the unborn. His weekly writings are read electronically by thousands around the world. Active in his church, he has been listed in Who’s Who in American Religion. In his local church, he is anordained deacon, having served as Chairman, served on multiple committees and served as a Bible Fellowship teacher. Long active in Bible publishing and distribution, he has been on the board of American Bible Society for more than thirty years and has served as Chairman of the Committee on Governance and of the Strategic Directions Committee. For four years, he was a member of and chaired the America’s Board of the United Bible Societies and frequently spoke and taught in countries throughout Central and South America helping Bible Societies in their work and organization. In his spare time, he enjoys hunting white tail deer in South Carolina, traveling, and most of all, spending time with his wife, Beverley, and their three children and nine grandchildren.
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Book Description MindShift Publishing, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M061587441X