Item description for The Preacher and the Prostitute (Biblical Character) by E. K. Bailey...
Overview It's a love story gone wrong. Listen as the prophet Hosea delivers his compelling message in soliloquy-like style, complete with a plot line that rivals today's raciest soap opera. You'll witness the signs of our times---immorality, apostasy, and idolatry---and discover that things rally haven't changed much since Hosea's day. Rediscover this tale of love, redemption, and salvation!
Publishers Description In The Preacher and the Prostitute, E.K. Bailey retells the story of Hosea in soliloquy-like form. Bailey has formed the story into a compelling message, making it seem that Hosea is speaking directly to the reader. With a plotline that rivals any racy soap opera today, the book of Hosea is clearly applicable to our own immoral society.
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Studio: Moody Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.28" Width: 4.78" Height: 0.38" Weight: 0.26 lbs.
Release Date Sep 15, 2004
Publisher MOODY PRESS BOOKS #13
Series Biblical Character
ISBN 0802437311 ISBN13 9780802437310
Availability 0 units.
More About E. K. Bailey
E.K. BAILEY (1945-2003) was senior pastor of Concord Missionary Baptist Church in Dallas, Texas, which he founded in 1975. He established E.K. Bailey Ministries, Inc. which facilitates conferences, such as the Institute on Church Growth, with the goal of enabling change for the disenfranchised. He was the author of "Testimony of a Tax Collector, Further In and Deeper Down, The Preacher and the Prostitute," and "Confessions of an Ex-Crossmaker," and co-authored "Preaching in Black and White" with Warren Wiersbe. He served on the Advisory Boards of "Christianity Today" and "Leadership" magazines, and worked with the National Baptist Convention of America and Holmes Street Foundation for Boys. Dr. Bailey's wife, Sheila, lives in Dallas, Texas, and is preserving his legacy.