If you’re familiar with the first edition, you may be wonder-ing what’s different about this one. Here’s what you’ll find:
- revisions all throughout the book, reflecting the author’s growing understanding of barrenness, the theology of the cross, and the ethical issues surrounding infertility medicine
- new chapters on adoption and making sense of the cross of barrenness
- a new Q & A Appendix in which Katie Schuermann answers questions frequently asked about miscarriages, “family planning”, secondary infertility, and embryo adoption
- helpful discussion questions for each chapter, designed for either individual or group study
- new cover artwork by Edward Riojas, including the opportunity to purchase a giclée print. Read all about the symbolism here.
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