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A Soldier’s Search for Meaning: Camp Gruber-Dachau-Vienna (Paperback)

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With a coordinated assault on God by academia, the media, and atheists around the globe, spreading a false narrative that the belief in God has no rational foundation, James Dorris realized in his final days that he had one more mission—to tell his story. The liberating soldier’s search for meaning undermines the atheists’ fountainhead, Richard Dawkins’s The God Delusion, with new objective evidence regarding attention, consciousness, and phenomenology—underpinning the conceptual and experiential signification of internal freedom and God in one’s search for meaning.

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With a coordinated assault on God by academia, the media, and atheists around the globe, spreading a false narrative that the belief in God has no rational foundation, James Dorris realized in his final days that he had one more mission—to tell his story. The liberating soldier’s search for meaning undermines the atheists’ fountainhead, Richard Dawkins’s The God Delusion, with new objective evidence regarding attention, consciousness, and phenomenology—underpinning the conceptual and experiential signification of internal freedom and God in one’s search for meaning.

Private Dorris’s journey from Camp Gruber into harm’s way, then Dachau, and finally Vienna will reignite your search for personal meaning and will provide the vision to overcome human despair going forward, as Dorris delivers the missing piece of Viktor Frankl’s Man’s Search For Meaning, explicating the grand purpose of life. We know what we can become. Now it’s up to us.

About the Authors

James F. Dorris achieved his true essence meaning and has inspired many with his exemplary life of love and his pursuit of God. Several years after the war, Rainbow troops and survivors of Dachau reunited. James befriended and maintained lifelong contact with several of those he’d helped liberate. He never forgot his fellow soldiers, Dachau, the orphans, the little girl who lost her Papa, or the other horrors of war, keeping them in perspective. He claimed he never would have survived without the goodness of God. For his service in World War II, he was awarded a Purple Heart, Bronze Star, a combat infantry badge, and four campaign ribbons. In 2001 the 222nd Regiment was awarded the Presidential Unit Citation for courageous action, taking a relentless artillery onslaught and stopping the last major German offensive on January 24–25, 1945. James believed the inch-long cigarette butt earned at Dachau was the greatest award of his life.

 

JC Howell MD is an author who writes about love, freedom, meaning, and God. For more see: http://www.authorjchowell.com

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Weight 7.568 oz
Dimensions 8.5 × 5.5 × .37470 in

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