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Vendor: WestBow Press
Publication Date: 2016
Author: Charles Causey
Submitted: January 31, 2017
Tell us a little about yourself. Combat veteran Charles Causey is a U.S. Army Chaplain serving in Washington, D.C. at the Chief of Chaplains Office. He is married and has four children ages 15-20. He is the author of the victorious 536-page American Civil War novel "In Danger Every Hour" and also a unique guide for married couples "Unbreakable" used by churches and ministries throughout the U.S.
What was your motivation behind this project? "The Lion and the Lamb" tells the true Holocaust story of Corrie ten Boom and Nazi Albert Speer, one of Adolf Hitler's best friends. It chronicles both journeys throughout the last two years of WWII. For Corrie it leads her through two concentration camps including Ravensbruck before her miraculous release. For Speer, it takes him from the seat of power as Hitler's confidante to the Nuremburg Trials where he is accused of war crimes and crimes against humanity alongside the unstable Herman Goering. The author's motivation was to retell Corrie's story for a new generation of readers. It was written with permission and editorial review by the Corrie ten Boom House Museum in the Netherlands.
How were you personally impacted by working on this project? A book about good versus evil, there is a warning on the front cover of "The Lion and the Lamb" that it descends readers deep into a pit of Nazi darkness because of the often disturbing material within its pages. It is not for children and has caused a few readers nightmares. Though I struggled with some of the stories and images of the Holocaust during my research, it ultimately displays the magnificent power of God, victorious over darkness and evil. Psalm 23:4 & Rom. 8:37