This book is for Christians, if you don’t wear that label, trust me, this isn't for you. However if you do, then I very much hope you will read it. In this book I make the argument for Christians NOT to have children. That might seem absurd given the vast number of Christian publications extolling the virtues of child bearing, and the general veneration of family in Christian culture. However I think the case is strong, and I believe the majority view on this issue misunderstands the bible in a very fundamental way. Even if you go on to have children, or if you have children already, I believe you would do well to hear me out. The book is divided into two parts. Part 1, looks at the motivations that lie behind the decision to have children, the consequences of that decision, and why not having children may be considered a more ethical choice. The arguments presented apply to believer and non-believer alike. In part 2, we look at things from an exclusively Christian perspective. Comparing the ideas expressed in Christian culture and literature to what the Bible actually says, asking questions about the centrality of family and what the consequences of having children are, in the Christian world view.
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