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Joshua and the Shepherd

Baker & Taylor

Joshua and the Shepherd

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With simple and profound prose, Joseph Girzone bringing to light incredible insights into modern Christianity and adds to his bestselling series with the story of the revolutionary Joshua in a contemporary setting.

It is the end of a bitter cold winter. A crowd of people files into a cathedral to celebrate the consecration of a new bishop‰ÛÓa good man, they think, strict in doctrine but capable of compassion. A man of tradition, not of reform. A ‰ÛÏcompany man.‰_ His name is David Campbell.

And sitting in the last pew of the cathedral is a clean-shaven man of ordinary build, with gentle hazel eyes. His name is Joshua.

Within twenty-four hours of his first encounter with Joshua, David Campbell will propose the most far-reaching reforms in a millennium, reforms to destroy sectarian barriers, reforms to change the direction of the church, reforms to return Christianity to its founders with a simple message. With Joshua as his mentor, David Campbell‰ÛÓthe Shepherd‰ÛÓpreaches to Catholics, Protestants, Muslims, and Jews of the universal truth of God‰_s love. It is a message that changes everyone it touches. And no one who reads Joshua and the Shepherd will ever forget it.