EQUIPPING CHRISTIANS THROUGH SOJOURN COMMUNITY CHURCH IN LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY, TO DEFEND THE SANCTITY OF LIFE

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Title: EQUIPPING CHRISTIANS THROUGH SOJOURN COMMUNITY CHURCH IN LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY, TO DEFEND THE SANCTITY OF LIFE
Author: TIPTON, James D.
Advisor: Parker, Shane W.
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EQUIPPING CHRISTIANS THROUGH SOJOURN

COMMUNITY CHURCH IN LOUISVILLE,

KENTUCKY, TO DEFEND THE

SANCTITY OF LIFE

James Davis Tipton, Sr., D.Ed.Min.

The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2018

Faculty Supervisor: Dr. Shane W. Parker

This project was planned and implemented as a seminar designed to educate Christians on abortion and to motivate them to defend life. Chapter 1 provides the context, rationale, and purpose for the project. Chapter 2 presents an argument based on four passages of Scripture that the Bible dictates that Christians oppose abortion and protect the unborn. Chapter 3 summarizes historic, scientific, and cultural issues related to the sanctity of life. Chapter 4 traces the steps in planning and implementing the seminar, and chapter 5 provides an evaluation of the project.

URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10392/5703
Date: 2018-09-28

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