By Sarah Terzo
“No one knows of the torment that can come after it’s over, unless they’ve gone through it. We could not talk about it for years, and still it is hard… This is my first grandchild!”
From a mother who coerced her daughter into aborting, describing how she cries, even many years later, when thinking about the lost grandchild. She was under psychiatric care.
Paul B. Fowler, Abortion: Toward an Evangelical Consensus (Portland, Oregon: Multnomah Press, 1987) p. 197.