"None Shines More Brightly" by John Fuja

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In Judea, during the reign of the madman King Herod the Great, magi from the east traveled to Jerusalem in search of a "Child of Promise." Since the star they were following no longer appeared in the heavens, they sought Herod's counsel in locating the child. What then ensues is an intriguing but horrifying story of genocide and sibling rivalry for Herod's throne. All the resulting malevolence is instigated by Herodias, the wicked, demon-possessed daughter-in-law of the king, who, as Satan's pawn, implements a way to bring about the demise of John the Baptist, the precursor of the Messiah, in an attempt to forestall Jesus's ministry.

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Published January 12, 2016 by Xlibris US. 351 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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