Perritt illustrates both the relatability and hopelessness in the life of Scripture's most famous villain - Judas Iscariot. Perritt's meditations are steeped in Scripture and full of gospel-saturated hope.
Ted Kluck, Award-winning Author and co-host of The Happy Rant podcast
Some will find this book to be a needed warning, others will find it deeply comforting, but all who read it will be pointed to Christ's finished work.
Jason Wredberg, Senior Pastor, First Baptist Church, Watertown, Wisconsin
If you think you have nothing in common with Judas Iscariot, think again-John Perritt proves it from Scripture!
Bob Bevington, Co-author, 'The Bookends of the Christian Life'
We have more in common with history's greatest traitor than we may care to admit. But by reflecting on the failures of Judas we can better see how we can become more like Jesus.
Joe Carter, Editor at The Gospel Coalition and Author of 'NIV's Lifehacks Bible'
I must warn you, this is a book that will challenge your heart and its insistence in following bad paths. I hope that you take up and read.
Emilio Garofalo Neto , Senior Pastor, Semear Presbyterian Church, Brasilia, Brazil and Professor of Systematic Theology, Presbyterian Seminary of Brasilia
The contrarian in me loves this - a look at Jesus through the eyes of His betrayer. And a look at our own relationship with Jesus through exploring theirs.