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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I thought that was awesome. But all that changes as one night she is badly raped and ends up with a child. Where will the counsel of her parents and grandparents take her? At times it appeared Ms. I was Pro-life before I read this book, and I’m even more pro-life after reading it. I tried to give Rivers one last chance.
I liked chikd, but I didn’t love it. Just the shame and disappointment that Dinah is forced to go through and the struggle to decide what to do with her child and the choices cild makes to give her baby the best chance in life is truly redemptive and wonderful. Kim Ketola facebook twitter. I hope that it encourages some but for me it is just not what I want in a novel.
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Even the discussion questions at the end of the book were all about abortion and had nothing to do with sexual violence, so there’s no possible excuse to make for the author’s agenda. Since this book was a Christian novel about an atonemdnt pregnancy, one would also expect a strong anti-abortion message, but one also would expect a novel.
Tell me how on God’s green earth we can dare offer chils to a dying world when we’re so busy shooting our own wounded. Debating about what to do in the event of a pregnancy caused by rape makes the discussion even more heated. To view it, click here.
Everybody thinks they know what He wants and expects. Return to Book Page. In one terrifying moment, Dynah Carey’s perfect life is shattered by rape, her future irrevocably altered by an unwanted pregnancy, and her doting family torn apart.
The Atonement Child by Francine Rivers
This is ultimately a tale of three women, as Dynah’s plight forces both her mother and her grandmother to face the choices they made. View all 5 comments. While I do consider myself a religious person, I don’t like to read things that preach to me. I’m glad that the author didn’t make all the Christians “good guys” and the non-Christians “bad guys”.
Who were those people supposed to be and what was the point of having the boyfriend walk the girlfriend to the nurse at the abortion clinic?
The Atonement Child
Teens in high school should not and cannot be presented only the options of abortion or raising a child. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Inshe became a born-again Christian and started writing Christian fiction. In doing that, she failed to write an effective novel.
Francine Rivers is a wonderful author.
The Atonement Child by Francine Rivers BOOK REVIEW
Wonderful read, and would certainly recommend to anyone. Oh how the world has changed!
With help from her family and a true friend, she must find the strength to follow the path that her Savior chipd for her, and she just might find everything she could ever ask for. Possibly, she figured all Christian readers are idiots, so she doesn’t have to worry about accuracy or Truth–just like the Supreme Court decision she so severely bemoans in the book. This is the most outstanding. The story is redeeming in the end and of course it all works out as God has intended but you learn a lot about yourself, other believers and faith along the way.
This book is just that. I really don’t like this. Having been involved in the pro-life movement for decades, I have seen many sides of the abortion debate.