Defending life from conception to natural death
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SPUC has been defending unborn children for nearly 50 years, both in the UK and internationally
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The universal right to life of every human being is the foundation on which all other rights rely
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For international orders, please contact Liz Foody on 020 7820 3122 or Hellen Makunde 020 7820 3129.
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The tiny feet badge is a life-size replica of feet belonging to an unborn child 10 weeks from conception. It has become the internationally recognised symbol of the pro-life movement, worn by millions.
It is based upon a photograph taken by a young American pathologist working in a hospital where abortions were performed. He was horrified by what he saw and wanted to show people what abortion involved. By 9 to 10 weeks after conception an unborn baby is developed enough to curl her toes or bend her hips and knees in response to a touch on the sole of the foot. The vast majority of UK abortions are performed on unborn babies of this age.
The badges are an excellent teaching aid and a subtle, yet powerful, way to promote life. Complete with free booklet explaining the different stages of development in the womb. 1/3" x 1/3".
(Also available in Gold)
Quietly spread the pro-life message as you go about your weekly shop with this 100% cotton Bag for Life!
Designed by our youth team, this bag's heart logo features an unborn child to give it a unique pro-life twist.
Size 161⁄2" x 141⁄2"
Who doesn't love word clouds? Promote the right to life of all human beings while sipping your hot drink from this pro-life mug. Also a great gift for the pro-lifer in your life.
Make a statement! "Pro-life" on the front, word-cloud on the back. Be SPUCtacular!
Available in sizes: Small, Medium, Large & XL and in red or blue! Have a look at the other choices on the T-shirts page.
(Also available in Silver)
Promote the right to life of all human beings in your own home with SPUC's fridge magnet
Size: 2" x 2"
Never again will you need a £1 coin for your supermarket trolley or gym locker. This unique key ring has been designed for use in all supermarket trolleys and gym lockers that currently operate a £1 coin release system.
Black, white & silver enamel brooch pin badge showing SPUC baby logo.
Size: 1" x 1⁄2".
Available in sizes: Small, Medium, Large & XL
Featuring a striking baby's feet design. The back of the T-shirt charts the development of the unborn child in the womb.
Also available in sizes: Medium & Large
Also available in sizes: Small & Large
Also available in sizes: Small & Medium
The SPUC Educational Research Trust has produced an anatomically accurate teaching aid that allows students to see, feel and touch the unborn child.
These extremely realistic models were designed and manufactured under the expert guidance of a team of leading foetal authorities including obstetricians and gynaecologists, pathologists and other experts in anatomy and embryology. These are models of the unborn child at 4, 6, 10, 14 and 18 weeks. The three largest are life-size.
The 14- and 18-week models can be lifted from the womb. The models are extremely lifelike, anatomically accurate, made to the highest specifications, and sturdy and washable. There is a free study guide. Sets of models of this type would normally retail at around £500. SPUC is currently offering them for sale at only £69.99 each. Please order now to avoid disappointment. In the classroom, the models are an ideal teaching aid for use at all Key stages.
The models can be used in GPs' surgeries and ante-natal classes to enable pregnant women to understand what physical changes are taking place. They are also ideal for use in teaching embryology, obstetrics and gynaecology, and anatomy.
If you would like to order more than two Foetal Model sets please contact Liz Foody on 020 7820 3122 or Hellen Makunde 020 7820 3129.
Silent No More is a DVD produced by post-abortion counselling and befriending service British Victims of Abortion (now known as Abortion Recovery and Care Helpline). Provides personal testimonies of those affected by abortion and will help win hearts and minds for the pro-life cause. An essential tool for those really serious about promoting the pro-life message.
Five women speak about their experiences of pregnancy and abortion including: teenage mothers; a lawyer conceived through rape; a woman who has had two abortions and realistic help about alternatives. A 16 page study guide is included.
This remarkable book contains stories of 20 women who have struggled to deal with the after-effects of abortion. This classic publication from the SPUC Educational Research Trust brings together a collection of testimonies that illustrate the consequences of abortion and the factors leading up to abortion and explains how men, women, children, grandparents and others are affected. Each story begins with a short commentary by leading post-abortion psychiatrist Professor Philip Ney explaining the complex psychological background to each case. A must for all those wishing to know more about post-abortion syndrome. This item is zero-rated for VAT.
This video produced by the SPUC Evangelical Division with evangelical Christians in mind, will be of interest and value to anyone concerned about the effects abortion has on women, regardless of religious faith.
Four women provide a rare insight and honest appraisal of how the 'right to choose' has affected their lives. An easy-to-use, 56-page study guide which examines fundamental issues such as rape, the medical risks associated with abortion and the rights of unborn handicapped children, accompanies the video. The video and guide provide an opportunity for flexible group learning, including a single session course, a short course, a weekend course and a seven session course.
Is sex important? How concerned should we be about our sexual choices and their effects? Is sexual desire best understood in terms of pleasure, love, interpersonal union and/or procreation?
In an era of radical redefinition of marriage and rapidly changing views about the nature of sex, Ethical Sex seeks to bring some philosophical clarity to our thinking. Arguing in the context of liberal assumptions, the book explores reasons as to why our sexual behaviour is uniquely morally important. In a series of challenging chapters, arguments are examined for and against differing views on what might constitute 'ethical sex'. Anyone interested in the philosophy of sex and love, the nature of marriage, metaphysics and the human world around us will want to engage with this original and provocative work.
Dr Anthony McCarthy is an ethicist based in London at the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children, having previously held the post of Research Fellow at the Anscombe Bioethics Centre in Oxford. He holds degrees in Philosophy from King's College London, University College London, and the University of Surrey, and lectures in moral philosophy both in the UK and internationally, including as a visiting lecturer at the International Theological Institute in Trumau, Austria.