About “Born in a Graveyard”

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“Bill Whatcott has stood for God’s truth without wavering. He has done so at great personal loss, setting an example of humility, obedience and faithfulness for all to follow. Bill’s story is at once compelling, infuriating and encouraging. Born in a Graveyard delivers, from beginning to end.”

—Matt Barber, Vice President of Liberty Counsel and Associate Dean of Liberty University School of Law

 

“Bill Whatcott is a fierce defender of free speech, relentless annihilator of deception, unyielding champion for the unborn, tenacious advocate for truth, and unabashedly proclaims God’s word. Born in a Graveyard is a riveting, insightful and often hilarious adventure into the activist world of Whatcott. An inspirational must-read!”

—Kari Simpson, host of RoadKill Radio

 

“In this candid—sometimes harrowing—memoir, Bill Whatcott recalls his transformation from a hardened young criminal into a conflicted adult who accepted Christ and renounced violence, yet ended up time and again back in jail as a prisoner of conscience. This is a book that should be read and pondered by all freedom-loving Canadians, regardless of any objections they might have to Whatcott’s use of graphic and disturbing images to denounce the twin evils of abortion and sexual promiscuity.”

—Rory Leishman, Interim contributor; author of Against Judicial Activism

 

“Bill Whatcott’s life story is a very readable and honest account of a dedicated culture warrior’s creative efforts to get out politically incorrect truth in Canada. He exposes the intolerance of secular liberals. His book is a testament to what one determined Christian can accomplish, and should motivate and inspire people of faith in every nation to do more for God, and to fear men less.”

—Peter LaBarbera, President of Americans for Truth about Homosexuality

 

“Bill’s fascinating, faith-filled, and truthful testimony to God’s mercy, providence, and guidance in his life, and God’s use of an imperfect instrument to do His work, is a good read; humorous and tragic at times, but always bearing out the truth, still today, of St. Paul’s observation and experience that ‘God chose what is low and despised in the world, even things that are not, to bring to nothing things that are, so that no human being might boast in the presence of God’.” (1 Cor. 1:28-29 RSV).

—Father Tony Van Hee, Jesuit Priest; long time pro-life witness on Parliament Hill

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