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Life or Death

For the Love of God Documentary

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Lives of Faith

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“Life itself is precious. All life has some dignity to it.”

Sarah Williams was 20 weeks into her third pregnancy when she and her husband received some devastating news: that their baby was not “viable”. “I was completely unprepared for that”, she tells Simon Smart. Did her faith help her? She has to think about that one.

In this deeply personal, candid, and thoughtful interview, Sarah reflects on the frameworks of expectation and achievement we’ve set up for ourselves, admits there are no easy answers, and names the most powerful force at the heart of all these questions: love.

“I felt terribly tyrannised, as a woman, by the language of choice … it wasn’t that I could make a choice, it was that I must make a choice."
 

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