A Voice Crying in the Wilderness
Author: Keith S. Hodges
28 chapters, 136 pages
Most Bible readers have some general ideas about John the Baptist, his unusual clothing and diet, and that his ministry immediately preceded the ministry of Jesus. But a closer look reveals not only a unique lifestyle and ministry, but a rather mysterious figure compelled to live a largely lonely life, and one that towards its end was harrowing.
A Voice Crying in the Wilderness takes us beyond those familiar words about him at the outset of each gospel account into a closer look at what made him tick, revealing more about the man and how he brilliantly filled one of the most crucial roles in the Bible story. This book follows The Simon Peter Principles as another insightful look into a fascinating and inspiring Bible character.