Satan believes he has the upper hand when he influences Judas Iscariot to betray Jesus Christ. Little does he know, God has a plan.
Chaplain Joseph Dulmage brings God's hidden wisdom to light in Leviathan's Nightmare, a retelling of the scripture concerning the five days surrounding the crucifixion of Christ. He portrays each day accurately, capturing details such as Jesus washing his disciple's feet and Roman prefect Pontius Pilate's attempts to free Jesus.
Dulmage also ponders Satan's biography from his creation to his judgment in the lake of fire. Christian scholars get a better understanding of how Satan's plan backfired thanks to God's promise to bring eternal salvation to the masses.
Scripture from the King James Bible combine with Dulmage's observations to glorify God in a book suited for Christian scholars, including pastors and Christians searching for a serious study of the Bible. Dulmage, whose pastoral career includes working in USP Leavenworth and other federal prisons, stimulates Christian thought as he explains the significance many events have to God's overall plan.
In his study of Judas and Cain, Dulmage acknowledges the evil and darkness that prowls before being overpowered by the light of God.
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About the Author
Detroit native Chaplain Joseph Dulmage served Christ through working as a chaplain in the Life Connections Program in federal prisons including USP Leavenworth and USP Terre Haute. Dulmage also worked as the director of prisoner aftercare with Volunteers of America's national office and served as the facilitator of LCP in the FCI Milan prison in Michigan.
Dulmage's career also includes experience as a public school teacher, Bible teacher, counselor, freelance writer, and contributing writer for Truthought Corrective Thinking, LLC. He graduated from Eastern Michigan University with a bachelor of science degree in secondary education, focusing on history, psychology, and social studies.