Jungle Pilot is a probing account of Nate Saint's life, and whether his death at the hands of the Waodani (Aucas) had a purpose in God's plan. Nate's son, Stephen, helps to answer some of these questions in an epilog he wrote in 1997 for this updated edition of the book. Steve verifies Russell Hitt's thesis that God was indeed glorified by the five missionaries who were martyred in Ecuador in 1956.
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