Deep Conviction tells the true stories of four ordinary Americans who put their reputations and livelihoods at risk as they fought to protect their First Amendment right to live their beliefs. A Catholic Priest in 1813 New York, an atheist in 1959, a Klamath Indian man in Oregon, and a baker in the Mile High City--they couldn't be more different, but their stories help us understand how religious freedom, when truly understood, protects all of us, no matter our beliefs.
They poisoned her. Alexis Davis knows at least this much. She knows it's why she and many others have suffered miscarriage after miscarriage after miscarriage. She knows it's why she cringes with everything she eats, wondering if every bite is tainted, crippling her body's ability to produce life. But who? And why? She will stop at nothing to find the answers, and she will soon learn that they will pay any cost to silence her. Some things are worth sacrificing everything.
In 1943, with German U-boats anxious to destroy them, five men saved the lives of hundreds of Allied soldiers in the frigid waters of the North Atlantic. The Immortals is their true story.