In his autobiography On Wings of Eagles, author John Hall reveals the painful and sometimes tragic events suffered under the iron fist of his mother and the Roberts Religion, a cult that brainwashed, programmed, and beat into emotional submission innocent individuals desperate to be touched by the grace of God. Among those most deeply affected was his brother, whose submission to the will of their mother nearly destroyed him. Hall reminds us that brutality administered in the name of God is cruelty, and nothing more. Ultimately a tale of redemption, his mother comes to understand the severity of the cult's effects on her children, showing that people can change and we are never completely without hope. Now free from this nightmare upbringing, the author reassures us on every page, through his own words and those found in the Bible, that God is good, benevolent, and will always show us the path away from harm and pain.
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