Kreeft’s discussion of abortion addresses the possible options and their outcomes.
Kreeft is a professor of philosophy at Boston College and The Kings College. He began his spiritual pilgrimage as a protestant at Calvin College and became a Roman Catholic.
He was born in 1937 and has written numerous books over the decades.
His Unaborted Socrates probes abortion related issues using fictional dialogues led by Socrates.
Between Heaven and Hell is a fictional account of a post-death discussion between the apologist and professor C. S. Lewis, the atheist biologist Aldous Huxley, and Catholic president John F. Kennedy. These three men all died on the same day in November, 1963.
Can you concisely state and defend your views on abortion?
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