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If I Perish
If I Perish
Author: Esther Ahn Kim
Ahn Ei Sook stood alone among thousands of kneeling people in bold defiance of the tyrannical command to bow to a pagan Japenese shrine. After months on the run, she was captured and condemned to a living death in the filth and degradation of a Japenese prison... A remarkable true story of the savage persecution of Christians in Korea during W...  more »
ISBN: 16120
Pages: 277

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Publisher: Moody
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover
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This was a fantastic book, relating one woman's experience in the Northern area of occupied Korea during World War II. She chose not to bow down to the idols the Japanese oppressors demanded everyone worship. The book chronicles what happened to her because of this choice. She was and is a Christian, so though the things that happened to her, it also tells of how she overcomes her circumstances through her faith. I loved it and highly recommend it.
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This is the story of one Christian woman's struggle against Japanese oppression in her country of Korea during World War II.
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How God chose to work through a small gal in the midst of her persecution.