I Was Called Barabbas by M.D. House – Book Spotlight

Overview

We know precious little of the man called Barabbas, a contemporary of Jesus of Nazareth. He is variously described in the historical record as thief, murderer, rebel, and notable Roman prisoner. His release by the Roman Prefect Pontius Pilate was part of the supernal plan for the Christ to offer himself as the ultimate blood sacrifice, but it’s doubtful Barabbas understood any of that at the time.Many have wondered what became of him, or rather, who he became after that fateful day. Someday we will know the answer, but in the meantime we can imagine that, like all of us, he too sought a path of personal redemption, imperfectly.

About the author

M.D. House enjoyed a successful first career in the mysterious world of Corporate Finance, but creating and telling stories (and NOT about Finance) was his true love. His first full-length novel was a sci-fi work called “Patriot Star.” His second was historical fiction about the life of Barabbas, titled “I Was Called Barabbas.” Sequels to both are coming soon.

Writing isn’t just fun for him, it’s an important way to share his passion, beliefs and vision with family, friends, and anyone else who loves great storytelling with powerful human perspective and emotion.

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About fredreeca

I am an avid reader and paper crafter. I am a mom of 2 children, 5 dogs and 1 cat. I am a huge St. Louis Cardinals Fan
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2 Responses to I Was Called Barabbas by M.D. House – Book Spotlight

  1. Jody Hill says:

    Sounds interesting…

    Jody Hill (662) 512-8226 Jody.Hill34@gmail.com

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