Between Hammer & Sickle: They Took Away His Father but Not His Faith

By: Wurmbrand, Michael

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Good Condition: Unmarked. Light age toning. Tight binding. Moderate cover wear, minor outer soil. Used paperback book copy of Between Hammer & Sickle: They Took Away His Father but Not His Faith by Mihai (Michael) Wurmbrand. Glendale CA: Diane Publishing Company, 1972. Third printing, January 1977. 172 pages. 5-1/8 x 8-1/4 inches, 21 cm. Copyright 1972 by Michael Wurmbrand with Charles Foley under the title, Christ or the Red Flag. From the book cover: Michael Wurmbrand was nine years old when the Communist-controlled government in Bucharest, Rumania, snatched away his father. The crime: preaching the gospel of Christ outside government-sanctioned buildings. Unfortunately for the Wurmbrands, they were Jews who had become Christians and more dangerous enemies of the state could hardly be imagined by atheistic Communists. With his father and at times his mother in prison, Michael grew up struggling to stay in school and later to keep jobs. His outspoken Christian faith and his father's ceaseless opposition to Communism kept Michael under surveillance of the secret police. Finally, in 1965, $10,000 ransom was paid and the Wurmbrands obtained visas to leave Rumania. They new mission: to inform the free world of totalitarian oppression against Christians in Communist countries through their organization, Jesus to the Communist World, which supports the underground church.Always! Free Standard Shipping in USA!

Title: Between Hammer & Sickle: They Took Away His Father but Not His Faith

Author/Composer: Wurmbrand, Michael

Categories: Biography/Memoir,

Publisher: Diane Publishing Co.: 1972-05-08

ISBN Number: 0340149892

ISBN Number 13: 9780340149898

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Type: Paperback

Seller ID: 001536

Keywords: Christian Biography, Christian Witness, Michael Wurmbrand, Mihai Wurmbrand, Communist Countries Christian Oppression, Rumania, Romania Communism,