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Adventures of a Deserter

“Adventures of a Deserter” by Jan Overduin. Published by William B. Eerdmans Company, Grand Rapids, Michigan. 1966      The Rev. J. Overduin is a minister in the Reformed Church of the Netherlands.  He is a well-known radio speaker and lecturer.  He has written a number of other books including: Het Onaantastbare (The Un-touchable), Tact en Contact […]

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Worldly Justice

By the time the reader scans these lines, he will, no doubt, have been informed of the execution of the death penalties meted out by to Allied judicial commission at Nuernberg for the high officials of the Nazi regime of war-time Germany.  Whether or not real justice is to be found in the sentence imposed […]

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Tottering—-

Tottering—- is der fuehrer.  The man who thought he was destined to rule the world.  This Hitler came to power by hook and crook, force and bloodshed: he did away with all opposition by “blood purges” and thus became the Dictator of the German people.  He was big mouthed: the Germans listened and fell for […]

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The Mystery of Mar Saba

The Mystery of Mar Saba by J. H. Hunter Jerusalem is the city in which most of the action of this novel takes place.  The Nazi government has a plot to upset the entire Christian world by having a document cleverly forged to show that the resurrection of the Lord did not actually take place, […]

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Reaching for the Stars

Reaching For The Stars, by Nora Wain. Little, Brown, and Com­pany, Boston. This is not a novel, as the title would perhaps lead you into sur­mising. It is more like a travel­ogue than a novel, but it isn’t ex­actly that either. The author’s husband went to Germany in 1934 to study music and she accompan­ied […]

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