The Atonement Child is a novel by the American author Francine Rivers. It deals with the themes of unwanted pregnancy and abortion. Francine Rivers writes from the heart with stories that both challenge and reflect our faith. Reading her novel The Atonement Child helped. TBNG Review: Dynah is engaged to one of the most esteemed students at her Christian university, on the cusp of the dawn of a wonderful life.
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Dynah is engaged to one of the most esteemed students at her Christian university, on the cusp of the dawn of a wonderful life in which all of her dreams were about to come true. When she is raped and discovers she is pregnant, givers whole world turns upside down. It seems that everyone, from her fiancee to her parents to her pastor to her friends, has an opinion on what should happen next.
The Atonement Child by Francine Rivers BOOK REVIEW – The Book Nerd Girl
Debating about what to do in the event of a pregnancy caused by rape makes the discussion even more heated. People of all opinions hold fiercely to their own views. It takes a cautious author to be able to speak on this without alienating readers of varying persuasions before the message is sufficiently delivered to make any impact.
Francine Rivers is a prodigious writer of Christian fiction. She weaves this tale from a pro-life point of view, and this book will resonate most with those coming from that perspective, but it can be a great read for anyone. My one beef with this book: However, it is rivere opinion that the judging happens more often in a more subtle way than depicted in the book.
The Atonement Child by Francine Rivers BOOK REVIEW
These two seemed to be stock characters with trite viewpoints. Overall, I applaud the author for cyild on this topic, especially with such sensitivity. This would be a great book club read, especially for those with a Christian fiction emphasis.
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They got caught up in it, pressing and pushing until they forgot whom it was they were trying to please. She could be an anchor in stormy seas, or she could let him drift onto the rocks.
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