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    Whatever Happened to the Human Race? PDF ä Whatever to decide if newborns have sufficient quality of life to be allowed to live Already committees of medical professionals would like to decide whether the quality of life of the elderly or anyone seriously ill is high enough to allow them to go on livingIn this moving book, the renowned pediatric surgeon and Surgeon General of the United States, C Everett Koop, MD joins with one of the leading Christian thinkers of our day, Francis A Schaeffer, to analyze the widespread implications and frightening loss of human rights brought on by today s practices of abortion, infanticide, and euthanasia They see the present as a crucial turning point Choices are being made that undermine human rights at their most basic level Practices once labeled unthinkable are now considered acceptable The destruction of human life, young and old, is being sanctioned on an ever increasing scale by the medical profession, by the courts, by parents, and by silent citizens But what can I do you ask I m just one person You can start by reading this book Yes, it will shock you And it will make you weep But it will also help you see how you can actually make a difference."/>
  • Paperback
  • 180 pages
  • Whatever Happened to the Human Race?
  • Francis A. Schaeffer
  • English
  • 13 March 2018
  • 0891072918

10 thoughts on “Whatever Happened to the Human Race?

  1. Mike (the Paladin) Mike (the Paladin) says:

    First I will admit up front that for me this is one of those books I was going to agree with We often discuss here reading books from a point of view that is one opposed to our own I try to do that if for no other reason than to see what s actually thought and said in those books.You can t disagree if you don t know what you re disagreeing with.That said I want to ask, even beg that no matter what your default political or for that matter religious stance is you pick up this book and try to re First I will admit up front that for me this is one of those books I was going to agree with We often discuss here reading books from a point of view that is one opposed to our own I try to do that if for no other reason than to see what s actually thought and said in those books.You can t disagree if you don t know what you re disagreeing with.That said I want to ask, even beg that no matter what your default political or for that matter religious stance is you pick up this book and try to read it with an open mind.The book was published in 1979 I am not going to try and convince you to read it other than by saying it is one of the most prescient reads I ve ever come across The book opens with a discussion of what is thinkable and what is unthinkable Things that were, unthinkable over time can become thinkable The look at what was thinkable and then of what would become thinkable in the near future became thinkable in our recent past and our present are spot on.They are also frighteningor at least should be.If it wouldn t be misleading I d put this book on my Horror shelf as it is true to life horror.Much of what s said here are things I was already aware of so I m sure others will be to However the laying out of them in a coherent order and their implications are something I wishpeople would think about.I m going to ask that you please approach this with an open mind If at the end you think the book is wrong or the writers are wrong, at least then you ll have considered and thought about it.I personally don t see how anyone can read this and come away unchanged


  2. Felipe Felipe says:

    Excelente Escrito em 1979, mas extremamente atual e revelante Leitura obrigat ria


  3. Gary Patton Gary Patton says:

    Dr C Everett Koop, 1916 2013 prior U.S Surgeon General, and Francis A Schaeffer, 1912 1984 U.S Jesus Following social commentator were prophetic about the comjng state of societal deterioration, back in 1979.They wrote The thinkables of the eighties and nineties and certainly the 21st Century so far will certainly include things which most people today find unthinkable and immoral, even unimaginable and too extreme to suggest Yet since they do not have some overriding principle tha Dr C Everett Koop, 1916 2013 prior U.S Surgeon General, and Francis A Schaeffer, 1912 1984 U.S Jesus Following social commentator were prophetic about the comjng state of societal deterioration, back in 1979.They wrote The thinkables of the eighties and nineties and certainly the 21st Century so far will certainly include things which most people today find unthinkable and immoral, even unimaginable and too extreme to suggest Yet since they do not have some overriding principle that takes them beyond relativistic thinking when these become thinkable and acceptable in the eighties and nineties, most people will not even remember that they were unthinkable in the seventies They will slide into each new thinkable without a jolt p3 The slippery slide predicted by Dr Koop and Pastor Schaeffer, has continued to tilt precipitously, maybe inevitably.Read the book to find out what s yet to come Blessings and enjoy GaryFPatton 2014 01 25 gfp 42


  4. Taah ❤️✌& Taah ❤️✌& says:

    Livro incr vel Afinal com Schaeffer n o poderia ser diferente Ele aborda com excel ncia assuntos como aborto, infatic dio e eutan sia Al m de comportamentos da sociedade de maneira geral Mesmo escrito em meados de 1950 1960 n o poderia ser mais atual Recomendo a leitura


  5. Mike (the Paladin) Mike (the Paladin) says:

    First I will admit up front that for me this is one of those books I was going to agree with We often discuss here reading books from a point of view that is one opposed to our own I try to do that if for no other reason than to see what s actually thought and said in those books.You can t disagree if you don t know what you re disagreeing with.That said I want to ask, even beg that no matter what your default political or for that matter religious stance is you pick up this book and try to re First I will admit up front that for me this is one of those books I was going to agree with We often discuss here reading books from a point of view that is one opposed to our own I try to do that if for no other reason than to see what s actually thought and said in those books.You can t disagree if you don t know what you re disagreeing with.That said I want to ask, even beg that no matter what your default political or for that matter religious stance is you pick up this book and try to read it with an open mind.The book was published in 1979 I am not going to try and convince you to read it other than by saying it is one of the most prescient reads I ve ever come across The book opens with a discussion of what is thinkable and what is unthinkable Things that were, unthinkable over time can become thinkable The look at what was thinkable and then of what would become thinkable in the near future became thinkable in our recent past and our present are spot on.They are also frighteningor at least should be.If it wouldn t be misleading I d put this book on my Horror shelf as it is true to life horror.Much of what s said here are things I was already aware of so I m sure others will be to However the laying out of them in a coherent order and their implications are something I wishpeople would think about.I m going to ask that you please approach this with an open mind If at the end you think the book is wrong or the writers are wrong, at least then you ll have considered and thought about it.I personally don t see how anyone can read this and come away unchanged


  6. Harriette Harriette says:

    Written in the late 1970 s, this book is authored by a medical professional and a Christian thinker, both of whom are now deceased Their compelling point in this book is to show how the values of Western materialism and Eastern mysticism ultimately devalue human life and open the door to arbitrary redefinitions of personhood that permit abortion on demand, infanticide and euthanasia In contrast the Christian faith, rooted in Scriptures, shows the value God has placed on human kind Beliefs hav Written in the late 1970 s, this book is authored by a medical professional and a Christian thinker, both of whom are now deceased Their compelling point in this book is to show how the values of Western materialism and Eastern mysticism ultimately devalue human life and open the door to arbitrary redefinitions of personhood that permit abortion on demand, infanticide and euthanasia In contrast the Christian faith, rooted in Scriptures, shows the value God has placed on human kind Beliefs have consequences It brought to mind the recent statement of a prominent atheist who said, a human fetus is less human than an adult pig


  7. Welles Bristol Welles Bristol says:

    I did a year of research in Hematology at CHOP when C Everett Koop was there I saw him there a couple of times but also at Tenth Presbyterian where we went to church And Francis Schaefer came to Tenth to speak one Sunday These were my 2 of my college heroes


  8. Adam Calvert Adam Calvert says:

    On one level this book is very easy to read in that Fancis Schaeffer is a brilliant communicator On another level this book is very hard to read in that it discusses the terrifying truth of how society in America has year after year continued to de humanize humanity.Schaeffer and Koop write a depressing but important documentary on what happens when a society arbitrarily assigns humanness apart from the fact that all humans are created in the image of God Their work deals with abortion, euthan On one level this book is very easy to read in that Fancis Schaeffer is a brilliant communicator On another level this book is very hard to read in that it discusses the terrifying truth of how society in America has year after year continued to de humanize humanity.Schaeffer and Koop write a depressing but important documentary on what happens when a society arbitrarily assigns humanness apart from the fact that all humans are created in the image of God Their work deals with abortion, euthanasia, the basis for human dignity, the importance of history and understanding it, and what our personal response as Christians needs to be regarding the devaluing of human life in American society The the last chapter is full of a variety of pro life organizations throughout the nation and contact information so the reader can getinvolved.While it was first published in 1979 and 1983, it is still relevant to Christians today and their need to speak out for those who cannot speak for themselves the unborn, the infants, the infirmed, and the elderly As with Schaeffer s How Should We Then Live, the movie with the same title that accompanies the book is well worth the watch and adds evento the impact of this important message


  9. Bendick Ong Bendick Ong says:

    Though written in 1979, the fact that it has 10 edition shows the relevance even today The 3 topics discussed abortion, infanticide and euthanasia are much debated topics in ethics, dealing with perhaps the most important issue life The 4th chapter points the problem to materialistic humanism and the 5th and 6th present the Christian solution Using simple words with impactful black and white photos, the delivery is simple and the point is clear we should view life as God wants us to see Though written in 1979, the fact that it has 10 edition shows the relevance even today The 3 topics discussed abortion, infanticide and euthanasia are much debated topics in ethics, dealing with perhaps the most important issue life The 4th chapter points the problem to materialistic humanism and the 5th and 6th present the Christian solution Using simple words with impactful black and white photos, the delivery is simple and the point is clear we should view life as God wants us to see it


  10. John John says:

    This book has the misfortune of being so prophetic and well read that it has almost become cliche It is absolutely foundational for the modern evangelical church in its opposition to abortion and euthanasia Still, it is excellent in its critique, its philosophic arguments, and its prophetic power.


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Whatever Happened to the Human Race?[PDF / Epub] ✎ Whatever Happened to the Human Race? ☂ Francis A. Schaeffer – Thomashillier.co.uk If a mother can kill her own children, then what can be next Mother Teresa once askedWhat indeed Once the value of human life has been depreciated, as in Roe v Wade and the Baby Doe Case, no one is sa If a mother can kill to the PDF/EPUB ã her own children, then what can be next Mother Teresa once askedWhat indeed Once the value of human life Whatever Happened PDF/EPUB ² has been depreciated, as in Roe v Wade and the Baby Doe Case, no one is safe Once quality of life is substituted for the Happened to the eBook ↠ absolute value of human life itself, we all are endangered Already respected scientists are calling for a time period following birth a week or so to decide if newborns have sufficient quality of life to be allowed to live Already committees of medical professionals would like to decide whether the quality of life of the elderly or anyone seriously ill is high enough to allow them to go on livingIn this moving book, the renowned pediatric surgeon and Surgeon General of the United States, C Everett Koop, MD joins with one of the leading Christian thinkers of our day, Francis A Schaeffer, to analyze the widespread implications and frightening loss of human rights brought on by today s practices of abortion, infanticide, and euthanasia They see the present as a crucial turning point Choices are being made that undermine human rights at their most basic level Practices once labeled unthinkable are now considered acceptable The destruction of human life, young and old, is being sanctioned on an ever increasing scale by the medical profession, by the courts, by parents, and by silent citizens But what can I do you ask I m just one person You can start by reading this book Yes, it will shock you And it will make you weep But it will also help you see how you can actually make a difference.


About the Author: Francis A. Schaeffer

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