"Rags to Rabbi" - the author's own story - pulls no punches as it reveals, in graphic detail, the horrors of sexual abuse. It should be read by anyone who has ever been mentally or sexually abused because, in the end, the book shows that there IS healing - and that this healing comes NOT from secular psychiatrists, but ONLY from God, who is able to heal from the inside out. The story, which unfolds chronologically from early childhood on, is one of rejection, mental and sexual abuse and indescribable horrors at the hands of Carmen's natural mother and adoptive father, who happened to be a raving pedophile. It follows her struggles with life and relationships as she fought the demons of her past - which remained well into middle age, when she finally found peace in God. This book should be required reading for any pedophile/sexual predator so they can finally see an "in your face" description of the terror they impose on their innocent victims, whose lives are usually ruined!
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About the Author
Carmen Welker is a former U.S. Army journalist and webmaster of The Refiner's Fire. She is the author of "Should Christians be Torah Observant?" and had the privilege of assisting in the editing and production of Andrew Gabriel Roth's Aramaic English New Testament (AENT).