When enemies murdered his father, Josiah became king at the age of eight. The land he ruled was torn between Baal, a pagan deity, and Yahweh, the God of the Hebrew people. Through years of struggle and political intrigue, with help from prophets such as Zephaniah and Jeremiah, Josiah removed the idols, repaired Yahweh's temple and turned the nation back to their God. But would it be enough?
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About the Author
Dave's livelong love affair with books began at the age of three when his sister Carol taught him to read. Since then he has worked in numerous libraries, bookstores and book wholesalers, among other things. He holds a Bachelors degree in New Testament and a Masters Degree in Old Testament and has written a standard reference work on the Dead Sea Scrolls. His articles, stories and scholarly pieces have appeared in numerous publications. He is also an avid scuba diver, and reviews video games on an Internet show called No Life With Irving, which can be seen at irvingsplace.us. He currently lives in the Seattle, Washington area.