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Date Posted: 06:04:22 05/24/04 Mon
Author: Chris
Subject: Book recommendation

If you are able to read German I recommend the new publication Absturz Richtung Himmel ("falling towards heaven").

This book is the moving life testimony of a young man who was diagnozed with cancer and is close to death now.

Of course, the book focuses primarily on the question how a Christian deals with such an illness. But it contains also other parts of his life, including his intermezzo in UBF Cologne around 1993. The chapter is titled "In den Klauen einer Sekte?" ("Caught in the claws of a cult?") It mentions manipulation and arranged marriage as the last straw that made him leave UBF.

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