The Lion and the Lamb: The True Holocaust Story of a Powerful Nazi Leader and a Dutch Resistance Worker - eBook
The Lion and the Lamb: The True Holocaust Story of a Powerful Nazi Leader and a Dutch Resistance Worker - eBook  -     By: Charles Causey
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Format: DRM Free ePub
Vendor: WestBow Press
Publication Date: 2016
ISBN: 9781512761085
ISBN-13: 9781512761085

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A true Holocaust story, The Lion and the Lamb begins with a mysterious plane crash which catapults architect Albert Speer into Adolf Hitler’s inner circle. When the two Nazi leaders become close confidantes, Speer is forced into constant competition with Heinrich Himmler, Joseph Goebbels and the unstable Hermann Göring. When a botched assassination attempt reveals Albert Speer’s name in an SS investigation, Speer is ostracized by the staff and falls under Hitler’s suspicion for disloyalty. As the Russian army advances on Berlin, Speer is poisoned, lied about, and forced to fight for his standing with the most evil and calculating men in Europe. Will Speer survive his last-minute trip to the Führer’s bunker just hours before the end?

The Lion and the Lamb also tells the story of a Dutch Resistance worker named Corrie ten Boom who leads her entire family into a desperate struggle against the Nazi’s anti-Jewish policies in Holland. Like Speer, Corrie is thrust into a psychological torture chamber suffering daily anguish from abusive guards. She is forced to travel from prison to prison in Nazi death trains after her underground operation is raided by the secret police. A novel of innocence, betrayal and tragedy, The Lion and the Lamb is an absorbing tale of how war-torn people cling to the power of faith, hope and love.

Author Bio

Colonel Charles Causey serves soldiers and their families as a U.S. Army chaplain stationed in Washington, D.C. He holds a doctorate and master’s degrees from Trinity in Deerfield, IL and the United States Army War College in Carlisle, PA. He is an author for Abingdon Press and NavPress/Tyndale House and has written several literary works including the American Civil War novel In Danger Every Hour and a unique guide for married couples Unbreakable co-written with Tony Miltenberger. Charles and his wife Lauri live in northern Virginia and, together with their four children, have partnered with the Tanzanian mission Hope of the Nations. Learn more about Charles Causey’s work at causeybooks.com.

Colonel Charles Causey serves soldiers and their families as a U.S. Army chaplain stationed in Washington, D.C. He holds a doctorate and master’s degrees from Trinity in Deerfield, IL and the United States Army War College in Carlisle, PA. He is an author for Abingdon Press and NavPress/Tyndale House and has written several literary works including the American Civil War novel In Danger Every Hour and a unique guide for married couples Unbreakable co-written with Tony Miltenberger. Charles and his wife Lauri live in northern Virginia and, together with their four children, have partnered with the Tanzanian mission Hope of the Nations. Learn more about Charles Causey’s work at causeybooks.com.

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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

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