One man a conqueror, the other from a conquered nation. Two men on a quest to cover the trail of a man who claimed to be the Son of God.
Walk along with a Centurion of Rome and his companion as they follow the path of Jesus.
Travel with Julius and his Greek friend, as they journey the paths where Jesus Christ did some of His miracles. Imagine meeting some of the people on which our Saviour bestowed His earthly miracles. There are some surprises at each location throughout the middle east as the two men meet the recipient of the Lord's work as well as others not mentioned in the Holy Bible. Each story in this book will cause the reader to wonder about those involved in each of Jesus’ miracles, which are not mentioned in the Bible.
(Author's note: this title went through a major rewrite in 2020 during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) 'stay at home' period in Florida)
Jesus Christ walked the earth, and He came not to free Israel from their Roman captors but to free the whole world. This book takes place after Jesus walked the earth. It draws upon events that took place during His ministry to the Israelites and the Gentiles.
This is a book Christians will enjoy because it’s entertaining and educational as well. It takes place around the time the Roman Empire encompassed Europe and a large section of Africa as well. A Roman Centurion becomes disenchanted with his life as a Centurian after delivering the Apostle Paul to Rome for his meeting with Caesar.
The main character is a Roman Centurion who travels the paths that Jesus Christ traveled. His unlikely Greek traveling companion is a fellow seeker of the truth. This book takes you from one city to another as they encounter people you’ve studied in the Word of God. And along the way, you’ll also meet up with some people who aren’t in any version of the Bible.
An advance warning to some who are quite literal in their interpretation of the Word of God. This is a simple novel, not a discussion on Jesus’ ministry. This is, by no means, an attempt to rewrite the Bible on my part. If you approach this book keeping in mind that it is a novel and not a study guide, then you will enjoy it. If your take is more legalistic, then, of course, you will disagree and dislike the storyline.Smashwords.com Profile.
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