Before that day he was a weak and worthless cripple, a "sinful man" according to his father. Afterwards he was completely healed of his physical disabilities at the hands of the rabbi from Nazareth. Destined for the dungeons of society, suddenly a world without limits was open to him. This is the story of Benjamin, a man who was given a new body, a new life, and a new chance to live life the way he had always dreamed.
"Redemptive stories are always, always, always the best stories. We need them to suture our hearts and duct tape our souls. We need them to take us somewhere where the view is grand and wide and gripping. This tale of personal redemption will rocket you through history and drop you off at the time of Jesus. You will feel the pulse of a first-century miracle. You will dangle over the edge of reason. You will drink deeply from true principles of faith and life. If you ever wanted to be seized by redemption, don't miss this trip."
Michael Simone, D. Min.
Senior Pastor, Spring Branch Community Church
"How would your life have changed had Jesus placed his hand on your brow and healed you of your worst affliction? John Koehler's new book, Benjamin, The Road to Capernaum, is a fascinating tale of just such a miracle. Benjamin's life was drastically changed from the moment he was "Christ touched," to his dramatic struggles against the brutal forces of Rome, with all of her prejudices and might hostile to the fledgling Christian religion."
Charles Randolph Bruce
Coauthor, Rebel King Series of Novels