It was the day the earth shook … 60 years ago … in Hiroshima. Three days later … 60 years ago today … the second atomic bomb dropped on Nagasaki, Japan. Five days later, Japan surrendered and World War II was over. The atomic blasts were the brightest lights ever seen by mankind. In those flashes, thousands of lives were taken and nothing was left standing. On this anniversary, Charles Morris reminds us of the horrors of war but also leads us to a hope that lives on. Join him, won’t you, on the next Haven Today for a program called “The Light that Doesn’t Die”.
The Light that Doesn’t Die
August 9, 2005