Two New Reviews of “No Easy Choice”

I’m still on something of a blogging break, though I hope to be back to five-day-a-week blogging shortly. It has been a very full week, with speaking engagements at Yale Medical School and my son’s kindergarten class (yes, my job is very fun, and eclectic!…I’ll post something about the kindergarten gig next week), a radio interview (will post links next week when it airs), and all three children sick, on different days, so that I’ve had at least one child home from school every day this week.

I’ve had the pleasure of reading several lovely reviews of my book No Easy Choice this week. Fellow West Hartford resident and novelist Susan Schoenberger reviewed the book for our local Patch.com news web site. She wrote, “Dollar’s arguments, challenges and fears are expressed beautifully, honestly, and without judgment for those who might make a different decision. ‘No Easy Choice’ would make an excellent discussion book for book clubs and groups of all faith traditions.” You can read the full review here.

Mennonite pastor Melissa Florer-Bixler just posted the third in her series of reflections on No Easy Choice, this one on how our desire for biological children is complicated by the demands of our Christian faith. Melissa has previously written about her overall impression of the book and my narrative ethics approach.

Natural Family Planning Isn't the Only Ethical Option for Christians: Why I Chose an IUD
Why "What Would Jesus Do?" Isn't Exactly the Right Question
"Why don't you just adopt?" is the wrong question to ask infertile couples. Here's why.
Finding Common Ground on Abortion: An Interview with Charles Camosy
About Ellen Painter Dollar

Ellen Painter Dollar is a writer focusing on faith, parenting, family, disability, and ethics. She is the author of No Easy Choice: A Story of Disability, Faith, and Parenthood in an Age of Advanced Reproduction (Westminster John Knox, 2012). Visit her web site at http://ellenpainterdollar.com for more on her writing and speaking, and to sign up for a (very) occasional email newsletter.


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