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Pro Life Quotes

Gregory Odiakosa

Pages: 102
ISBN: 978-145754-176-6
List Price: 15.95
Category: Health, Self-Help & Spirituality
Available: September 2015
Edition: Perfectbound

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This is an unusual and unique book! Ancient wisdom and Godly admonition couched in poetic, prosaic, proverbial sayings and adages are used to minister to modern man, impatient and headline prone. In this work, Man is shown as dangerously astray and must be corrected with this relentless poetic portrayal of right and wrong. It is profound in power, wisdom and wit. Its more than a motivational book in its clarion call to reject evil and support the triumph of the good . With the boldness of a prophet, Gregory Odiakosa speaks up roundly condemning the oddities staring us in the face daily, the subtle attack on and neglect of the family, natural marriage, the scientific cross breeding of IVF and some stem cell researches, population control, increased legalization of gay marriage, abortion, euthanasia, genetically modified babies, transgender surgeries etc; all of which are systematic radical departures from our once cherished moral and societal values which are now in the throes of extinction in the face of science and modernity.

Gregory Osaji Odiakosa took a degree in Theatre Arts from the University of Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria. He is a seasoned broadcaster, actor on TV, stage and on radio indeed an award winning radio drama producer who has written several radio drama scripts . Odiakosa sees himself also as a struggling Christian wth a soft spot for the poor and marginalized. He is the Assistant Director of Programmes, Unity 101.5 FM Abakaliki, Ebonyi State. His first collection of poetry, Raindrops on Roses, received critical reviews in journals, newspapers and magazines.

His first intimate encounter with prolife issues some two decades ago was at the instance of the invitation of Rev Fr Uche Ugwueze then of Bigard Memorial Seminary, Enugu when he started the now defunct Choice for Life International. While it lasted and after it was rested, he had begun compeering Conferences for another Prolife group based in Enugu, Happy Home Foundation and became good friends with some leaders of this group; all of these left lasting impressions on his mind.