A book about Judah? Maybe you don’t even remember the man himself. Or, if you do, you may feel that his story is a very unpleasant one, one you’d rather not dwell on. But perhaps you also remember him pleading for the life of his half-brother Benjamin. Can you read that part of his story without being deeply moved—perhaps even to tears? And the tribe of Judah: why did that become so important in the Bible? And who is it who is ‘the Lion of the tribe of Judah’? In this book, Paul E. Brown discovers many surprising and helpful truths as he reviews the frequently ignored life and legacy of Judah.
About the Author:
Paul E. Brown spent forty-two years in pastoral ministry before his retirement. He no longer preaches, nor drives very far, but he still writes and is the author of several books published by Day One. He and his wife, Mary, live in a village not far from Lancaster