As a happily married husband and proud father of a nine-year-old son, the last thing attorney Will Chambers wants on his hands is a religious apocalypse.
Will defends a Christian convert from Islam against charges of causing a religious riot. When the attorney next hears from his client, Gilead Amahn, the self-styled prophet is under arrest. The top of Jerusalem's Temple Mount has been bombed into rubble, and Amahn is accused of having incited—by his fiery street preaching—a terrorist cult to do it.
Now the lawyer must uncover both the evidence and the key truth about his client's "mission." And further, Will must also make a final judgment about his role as a husband, a father...and a man.
Craig Parshall is Senior Vice President and General Counsel of the National Religious Broadcasters Association, and the author of six legal–suspense novels: the five books in the Chambers of Justice series, and the stand–alone Trial by Ordeal. He speaks nationally on legal and Christian worldview issues and is a magazine columnist. He has coauthored five books with his wife, Janet, including the historical novels Crown of Fire and Captives and Kings.