The late Dr. Harold O.J. Brown examines three of the most difficult moral issues Christians face: abortion, euthanasia, and homosexuality. Under the topic of abortion, Dr. Brown states that the church has failed to understand the issue and has been overcome with fancy language to minimize the drastic nature of this procedure. For euthanasia, Dr. Brown explores the common arguments and similarities between abortion and euthanasia. Lastly, for homosexuality, Dr. Brown identifies two central issues: a broken image and a crisis in masculinity.