The Bible or the Axe: One Man's Dramatic Escape from Persecution in the Sudan
Exile. Persecution. Torture. The riveting story of one man's escape from the Sudan. By the muddy banks of the Kulo-jobi River, a young Sudanese boy is faced with a decision that will shape the rest of his life. William Levi was born in southern Sudan as part of a Messianic Hebrew tribal group and spent the majority of his growing up years as a refugee running from Islamic persecution. He was eventually taken captive for refusing to convert to Islam and suffered greatly at the hands of his captors.
After escaping Islamic forces, William eventually came to the United States where he attended college. Since that time, he has been sharing his story nationwide and petitioning members of congress to take action to end the violence in Sudan. His story of deliverance will touch the hearts of believers and raise their awareness to the plight of our Sudanese brothers and sisters in Christ.
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Chapter 10 Close Call in Kapoeta
Chapter 11 The Eye of the Enemy
Chapter 12 Hotel Baghdad
Chapter 13 Madame Seiko
Chapter 14 An Unlikely Exit
Chapter 15 America
Chapter 16 Higher Education
Chapter 17 Operation Nehemiah
Chapter 7 The Bible or the Axe
Chapter 8 Juba
Chapter 9 Sharia
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The Bible Or the Axe: One Man's Dramatic Escape from Persecution in the Sudan
William O. Levi
No preview available - 2004
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