Sea of Glory

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B&H Publishing Group, 2006 - Fiction - 357 pages
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In 1943, the U.S.A.T. Dorchester was torpedoed by a German submarine en route to a top-secret radar installation in Greenland. The four Army chaplains on board were quite different from each other: a Methodist pastor, Jewish rabbi, Dutch Reformed minister, and Catholic priest. Yet in the terror following the attack by deadly U-boats, the chaplains united in a final sacrifice that transformed every survivor who saw it-and inspired one man to trade the bitterness of the past for the promise of the future.
 

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User Review  - Teri - Christianbook.com

I loved this book! The fact that it was written by relatives of two of the Chaplains made the book that more real to me. Even though I knew the ending, I still needed a tissue. Very good read and well written. Read full review

Sea of glory: a novel: based on the true WW II story of the four chaplains and the U. S. A. T. Dorchester

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Amid the secrecy surrounding military transports during World War II, four military chaplains board the U.S.A.T. Dorchester to minister to the 902 soldiers there. George Lansing Fox, a Methodist ... Read full review

Contents

One Christmas More
43
Saved for a Reason
51
Maybe a Quartet
69
Happy New Year
79
Sealed Orders
101
An Admirals Prerogative
133
Torpedo Junction
153
Hard Contact
241
Hell on
269
Afterwords
349
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About the author (2006)

Wales has enjoyed a long and successful career in film and television.

Poling has served as president of The Christian Herald Association and the Bowery Mission in New York City.

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