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Redeemed Unredeemable: When America's Most Notorious Criminals Came Face to Face with God Zoom

Redeemed Unredeemable: When America's Most Notorious Criminals Came Face to Face with God

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    by Thomas Horn and Donna Howell

    Jesus said that redemption eternal salvation is available to everyone. No one is beyond His reach; no one falls outside the boundaries of His willingness to forgive. Anyone who calls on Him will be saved, He says. But, does that really include names like Jeffrey Dahmer, Ted Bundy, Susan Atkins, Charles Tex Watson, Sean Sellers, David Berkowitz, and Karla Faye Tucker?

    Redeemed Unredeemable: When America s Most Notorious Criminals Came Face to Face with God features a close look into the lives of infamous members of the Manson Family disciples such as Susan Atkins and Charles Tex Watson, as well as serial killer Ted Bundy, Milwaukee Monster Jeffrey Dahmer, Son of Sam David Berkowitz, Pickaxe Killer Karla Faye Tucker, and parent-killer Sean Sellers.

    READ FOR THE FIRST TIME IN REDEEMED UNREDEEMABLE ...

    • Exhaustive, fresh research into the court documents and news reports of the most famous criminal investigations and trials.
    • Exclusive interviews with many who were involved in these cases, including relatives of the victims and perpetrators, prison staff members and ministers, and, when possible, even the criminals, themselves.
    • Surprising information about those convicted, including a comprehensive look at their family history, their childhoods, and possible motivations for their horrific deeds.
    • Fresh, big-picture insight into the culture and times that served as the backdrop for these offenders lives.
    • Rare glimpses into these convicted felons private lives after sentencing and incarceration.
    • Compelling exploration of some of the spiritual issues that might have influenced, shaped, and ultimately transformed these men and women.

    While in no way attempting to excuse or justify any of the devastating crimes these men and women have committed, the author's investigation brings to light not just seven case studies of hardened criminals, but seven accounts of loss. Seven stories of searching. Seven chronicles of change. And, ultimately, seven testimonies about redemption. Read for yourself the untold stories of America s most notorious killers, and the unspeakably difficult journeys that brought them to their knees.

    483 pages

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