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Author of "Jacob's Courage"

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Location: United States of America
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Charles S. Weinblatt was born in Toledo, Ohio in 1952. He is a retired University of Toledo administrator. Weinblatt is the author of "Jacob's Courage" and "Job Seeking Skills for Students." His biography appears in the Marquis Who's Who in America and Who's Who in American Education. Weinblatt was a frequent Toledo television news guest, providing business, economic and labor-management insight. He received the 2004 United Auto Worker's Douglas Frasier Swift Award and he was awarded a certificate of achievement by the Chrysler Corporation.

Weinblatt writes novels, short stories and published articles. He lives in Ohio with his wife Fran, who is a special education teacher. They have two adult children, Brian and Lauren, who created the cover art for "Jacob's Courage."

Racism, hatred, intolerance and bigotry are the artifacts of fear. Eliminate fear and there will no longer be a need for the tools of bigotry. This is our challenge. We must convince the haters that they have no reason to fear minorities. This is the greatest and most noble challenge of our generation. The reward for success is tolerance, respect and mutual recognition. We can share our planet together as equals. This will be our legacy.
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The Passover story gives us pause to reflect upon a spiritual adventure that began with Moses and ended in the promised land of Israel. The Passover story describes the Jews’ seemingly insurmountable victory over a vastly superior enemy, a tale of wandering in the wilderness and of redemption with God’s Ten Commandments, which lie at the heart of contemporary Judeo-Christian beliefs. This is the groundwork of our contemporary Western morality and the foundation of desired ethical behavior.
Into the gas chambers and crematoria of Nazi-controlled Europe, the Jews of the Holocaust emptied their faith and love, while they continued to worship the God of their ancestors.
We cannot understand humanity without comprehending its wicked flaws. Deep within the darkest recesses of brutal genocide, the reader will discover a faint flicker of light representing love, passion, desire, hope and reverence. Here is the essence of "Jacob's Courage" - an examination of morality, love and righteousness, in the midst of the dark whirlwind of malevolence.
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