A Saviour Will Rise
by Shawn Hoffman;
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Based on true events Samson tells the shocking and poignant story of one man's journey of faith and survival during WWII
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The year is 1943, and Samson Abrams has just made a life or death decision, coming to the aid of a young Jewish boy being beaten by the Nazis. Before long, Samson’s entire family must board the train to Auschwitz.
As they arrive at the camp, Dr. Joseph Mengele, a man who will later go down in history as a person of pure evil, oversees the “selection” process. The young, weak, and elderly are all sent to their deaths. Samson tries to attack, but is calmed by Maximilian Kolbe, a Catholic monk also at the camp. For Samson, all of this evil reaffirms his belief that there is no God.
Samson is soon recognised as a 1936 Olympic boxing participant and is offered a deal: he can box for his life, but if he loses, he will find himself on Mengele’s experimental operating table. Adding to the complexity is the slow renewal of Samson’s faith through his relationship with Kolbe. Here, he must somehow reconcile with God while he witnesses the violent, tortured deaths of so many.
A historic battle ensues with Hitler, Himmler, Höss, and many of the highest ranking officials in the Nazi Party watching... an incredible final fight which culminates in Mengele himself getting in the ring.
Samson by Shawn Hoffman was published by Thomas Nelson in October 2013 and is our 9367th best seller. The ISBN for Samson is 9780849964688.
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Details for Samson
|Page last updated||12th April 2017|
|Author / Artist||Shawn Hoffman|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (October 2013)|
|Number of Pages||352|