There Ariseth Light in the Darkness: A Novel of First Century Galilee

One Day Press

Three wandering souls. One miraculous teacher. A story of love and forgiveness…


In ancient Palestine, three survivors struggle to find solace in a world of brutality and bloodshed. Azara is studious, headstrong, and committed to her ideals. Jonah is pure and virtuous, but his heart has been darkened by the evils of man. And Vitus is a Roman soldier battling for order and progress when he is unexpectedly confronted with a different kind of war…


Separated by miles of dangerous lands, and decades of turbulent history, these three wandering souls set off on a journey beyond their imagination. Their travels will test their faith and culminate in an encounter with a mysterious rabbi from Galilee—a teacher who upends their lives with his revolutionary message of love and compassion…


A man called Jesus of Nazareth.


Author JV Love blends meticulous research with an absorbing, heartfelt story. There Ariseth Light in the Darkness is an epic biblical adventure that sweeps readers into the lives of its unforgettable protagonists.



"This dazzling story transformed my understanding of that time and place, of what happened there, how it happened, and what it means for the personal and global challenges we face today." — Susan Johnson Hadler, author of The Beauty of What Remains


“Author Love creates an absorbing story that sweeps readers from the first pages into the lives of the people of first-century Galilee. All told, the story is engaging, delivering important messages about forgiveness and love. Anyone interested in the history of the period will find this a satisfying read.” — BlueInk Review 

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One Day Press
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Published on
May 26, 2019
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Pages
325
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ISBN
9781733710718
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Language
English
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Fiction / Christian / Historical
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