Voice in the Wilderness
Voice in the Wilderness or a lone voice in the wilderness is an English idiom for someone who expresses an idea or opinion that is not popular or that the individual is the sole person expressing that particular opinion with the suggestion that the opinion is then ignored 
This may refer to:
- "A Voice in the Wilderness" (song), a UK #2 single by Cliff Richard from the 1959 film Expresso Bongo
- "A Voice in the Wilderness" (Babylon 5), a 1994 television episode
- "A Voice Crying in the Wilderness: Notes from a Secret Journal", 1989 book by Edward Abbey
The Latin of the Vulgate Version, "Vox clamantis in deserto" may refer to:
- Vox Clamantis a 14th-century poem by John Gower about the Peasant's Rising
- The motto of Dartmouth College
- Vox clamantis in deserto, 17th century satire by Adrian Beverland
- Offertory ex D "Vox clamantis in deserto” (18th century) by Václav Jan Kopřiva
- Ego sum vox clamantis in deserto sermon written in 1510 by Pedro de Córdoba
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