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Stations Along the Way
     

Stations Along the Way

by Mark Shaw
 

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Consumed with guilt and shame over having been used by Adolph Hitler and Nazis during WWII, Ursula travels to America, where she experiences prejudice similar to that forced upon the Jews in Nazi Germany. Confused about what lies ahead, she suddenly discovers self-forgiveness in the most unlikely of places-through the love of three Holocaust survivors. One has

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Consumed with guilt and shame over having been used by Adolph Hitler and Nazis during WWII, Ursula travels to America, where she experiences prejudice similar to that forced upon the Jews in Nazi Germany. Confused about what lies ahead, she suddenly discovers self-forgiveness in the most unlikely of places-through the love of three Holocaust survivors. One has romantic intentions; the other two accept her despite her past. As God becomes the essence of her life, Ursula turns full circle from worshiping the Swastika to now worshiping the cross.

'Well-written account taken from Ms. Martens' detailed accounts that gives twenty-first century readers an immersion into life, love, and survival spanning two continents and four decades at the turning point of the twentieth century.'
-Gene Policinski
Director, First Amendment Center, Nashville, Tennessee

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781620249437
Publisher:
Tate Publishing
Publication date:
07/17/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,095,076
File size:
3 MB

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