To the people of Nanking, China, the invasion of the Japanese army in December 1937, whether they survived the war or not, marked the end for them, of their lives as they previously knew them.
The atrocities inflicted upon the citizens of China by the Japanese soldiers were committed and forgotten, without regard of consequence or effect. However, through the children left in the wombs of the innocent mothers, the testimony of the fruit of those terrible atrocities has been preserved for the generations to come as an eternal witness to the crime of war.
The Fruit of Atrocity is a metaphoric depiction of that crime. It is the story of one C-47 pilot and both his faith and lack of faith as he fought and risked his own life and the lives of his family to save sixteen of those children of mixed race from certain death.
|Publication date||January 26,2023|
|Interior Color||Black and White|
|Book Size||6.000" x 9.000" (229mm x 152mm)|
Spent forty-four years in the construction trade and is now devoting his time to sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ through seminars and writing. He began writing in 2008 and has produced three Christian fiction books (Alfred Creek, The Fruit of Atrocity, and Cult on the Hill) and one nonfiction book (Grace, grace to it! The Gospel from GodÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s point of view).
Be the first to review.
Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *