Wheels of Injustice: Saving My Child from the Child Savers

Wheels of Injustice: Saving My Child from the Child Savers
Six weeks into a blissful honeymoon, life turns into a nightmare when Susan’s 9-year-old daughter is taken away and her husband is falsely accused of child sexual abuse.

Dragged under the churning wheels of the child protection system, Susan is given a choice: cooperate in prosecuting her innocent husband or lose her daughter. When the couple doesn’t give in to pressure, Susan loses custody of her daughter, and her husband is charged with a felony that carries a 16-year prison sentence.

No one wants to hear the facts. No one wants to know the truth.

It’s the 1980s—a decade of unfounded abuse accusations, hysterical claims of orgies at daycare centers, families controlled by courts, and a child protection system that has become the very thing it was created to eradicate.

Wheels of Injustice is a curtains-pulled-back true account of the out-of-control child protection system of the 1980s and the victims who risked everything to expose its egregiously unjust acts and reform it.

The book is a tribute to God’s faithfulness and a message of hope to others who have struggled to overcome adversity, fight injustice, or turn an upended life the right way around again. $2.99 on Kindle.

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A Beginner’s Guide to Skepticism

A Beginner's Guide to Skepticism
Science and faith—complementary or contradictory?

And where does the scientific-religious discussion stand in the 21st century?

This book deals with faith in the psychological sense, examined through scientific goggles.

Readers are given tools for critical observation—to use on concepts such as God and religion, but also on non-religious beliefs. $0.99 on Kindle.

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