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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This book makes you think deep.
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. Feb 16, Lisa at Farm Fresh Adventures rated it it was amazing. After many show resentment and anger towards her, she begins to feel doubts about living with the child inside her. This was not exception Rebecca This is probably one of my favorites books that I have read!
I’m impressed that a popular Christian author would be bold enough to write about a subject like this.
But in this book, Rivers simply beats her point into the ground with every angle she can get. This is the most outstanding.
Joe was a great character. I switched to Kindle pretty quickly, and I can’t really recommend the audiobook. It deals with the themes of unwanted pregnancy and abortion. But it fails in every way possibly as prose. This book has cjild sitting by my bedside for probably a year.
As christians, we are called to love; and again Ms. But all that changes as one night she is badly raped and ends up with a child. Even though I already suffered through Redeeming Love, everyone said I should give this one a chance.
I sampled this, even tried it on audio, but it was done some time ago and the narrator wasn’t the best suited for the character. Francine Rivers captivated my heart with yet another beautiful story that perfectly depicts the gospel. If you’re looking for a good book with a lot of suspense, love, truth and God’s wisdom, please read it, and I promise you won’t regret it.
The Atonement Child by Francine Rivers BOOK REVIEW
The story has real conflictions and emotions thru out. Not in the specific circumstances of rape or abortion, but in the way that Christians tend to take a legalistic view of God. Definitely looking forward to rereading it.
This book will bring you to your knees literally, and fraancine will go through a box of kleenex. Would recommend to a friend. You know the “why do bad things happen to good people” ordeal?
The Atonement Child
They were simply tools used by the author to show another pro-life point. Dynah made the decision to listen instead to her heart and her heart said that killing the baby is not right. Thanks for writing Mrs. Account Options Sign in.
The Atonement Child by Francine Rivers BOOK REVIEW – The Book Nerd Girl
A beautiful repackaged edition of Francine Rivers’s classic novel that breaks through the many taboos surrounding abortion. When she is francjne and discovers she is pregnant, her whole world turns upside down. The story of a protected, adored virgin being brutally raped and dealing with a resulting pregnancy could not have been an easy story to write.
With abortion such an issue even among Christians, I would encourage all Christians to read this. I guess they never read what Jesus had to say about that in Mathew 23 rives Luke Written with balance and compassion, The Atonement Child brings a new perspective to the most controversial topic of our times.
The Atonement Child by Francine Rivers
I don’t think that someone who is looking for or in need of encouragement to make a pro-life decision is going to look in a I thought this book had an incredible story line and above average character development.
This book will have you angry, in tears and ashamed all at the same time. From toshe had a successful writing career in the general market and her books won numerous awards. Her storytelling choices were disgusting, insensitive, and manipulative, to say the least.
Rivers is capable of churning out some really bad junk, as well as her quality novels. Who were those people supposed to be and what was the point of Obviously when I picked up this book Xhild knew it would have a lot of prayer and Church-y stuff, but I think that it was still a little over the top, and that isn’t even my main problem with this book.